‘Jury Duty’ Clears New York

Mar 12, 2007  •  Post A Comment

New York is reporting for “Jury Duty.” The upcoming court show from Radar Entertainment, in association with Foster/Tailwind, has cleared the nation’s top market, nabbing Tribune station WPIX-TV.

The latest addition completes clearances in all of the top-10 markets, including KCAL-TV in Los Angeles and WCIU-TV in Chicago.

The series will feature a trio of celebrities serving as the jury to lawsuits, with defense attorney Bruce Cutler presiding as judge. It is being offered on an all-barter basis to stations.

“To have a New Yorker like Bruce Cutler appear on such a quality station is a dream come true,” said Vincent Dymon, creator of the series.