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Nancy Grace Says She’s Not Trying to Replace Judge Judy With New Syndicated Show

Sep 13, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Nancy Grace, who will debut her CBS-distributed syndicated series "Swift Justice with Nancy Grace" today, Sept. 13, 2010, tells the Hollywood Reporter that she’s not trying to replace "Judge Judy." 

"No one can replace "Judge Judy." She’s the gold standard," Grace says. CBS distributes both shows.

Grace says she didn’t at first understand the concept of "the next generation of courtrooms," but what it means is the program uses "giant monitors that essentially turn into electronic witness stands, where we have witnesses — experts — joining us from all over the country."

Asked if she’s concerned her show might keep someone from getting a fair trial, Grace responds, "I have two syllables for you: O.J.! Look at all the analysis of that case, and he still walked on double murder. Believe me, that jury isn’t paying any attention to what I or any other talking head has to say about the case."

5 Comments

  1. Ick Ick Ick. That’s all I can say about Nancy Grace.

  2. Grace lacks what her name implies. She’s a verbal bully, a shouter and a bore. Another one who should be ignored. Her fifteen minutes are long since OVER.
    Peter Bright

  3. This show should end every episode with Nancy getting whacked with a shovel.
    Then I would watch.

  4. There’s nobody who watches even a few minutes of Nancy Grace that doesn’t recognize her sanctimoneous hypocrisy. This is clearly a woman greedy for the spotlight under any circumstances, yet she abuses it (and her viewers) with stupid cliches and constant self-serving hyperbole. Nancy Grace is to reportage what Kathy Lee Gifford is to entertainment: an ugly wart.

  5. Just last night on the Joy Behar show Nancy Grace said, “I don’t like bullies”.
    That was the wrong thing for her to say when she bullies people every single night on her show. She is a bully.
    It appears she gets great satisfaction out of degrading her guests and people in general on national tv.

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