Judge Judy is ending syndicated CBS show after 25 YEARS to begin new series called Judy Justice

Judge Judy Sheindlin is changing the course of her career.

The TV personality, 77, says on Monday’s edition of Ellen that her Judge Judy show will end after its 25th season, at which time she will focus her energies on what appears to be a rebooted version of the show called Judy Justice.

‘I’ve had a 25-year-long marriage with CBS, and it’s been successful; next year will be our 25th season, silver anniversary,’ she said. ‘And CBS sort of felt, I think, they wanted to optimally utilize the repeats of my program, because now they have 25 years of reruns; so what they decided to do was to sell a couple of years’ worth of reruns.’

The latest: Judge Judy Sheindlin, 77, says on Monday's edition of Ellen that her Judge Judy show will end after its 25th season, at which time she will focus her energies on what appears to be a rebooted version of the show called Judy Justice

The latest: Judge Judy Sheindlin, 77, says on Monday's edition of Ellen that her Judge Judy show will end after its 25th season, at which time she will focus her energies on what appears to be a rebooted version of the show called Judy Justice

The latest: Judge Judy Sheindlin, 77, says on Monday’s edition of Ellen that her Judge Judy show will end after its 25th season, at which time she will focus her energies on what appears to be a rebooted version of the show called Judy Justice 

‘But I’m not tired, so Judy Justice will be coming out a year later.’

Ellen asked Sheindlin what network the show would air on, to which she replied, ‘I can’t tell you yet.’

The series first debuted on syndicated TV on September 16, 1996, and has remained on the air since, making the charismatic courtroom leader the highest-paid personality on TV with an annual salary of $47 million.

The New York native explained how the last season of Judge Judy will air from the fall of 2020 until the spring of 2021, and reruns will be in circulation, as she prepares for her new endeavor.

Raking it in: The charismatic courtroom leader is the highest-paid personality on TV with an annual salary of $47 million

Raking it in: The charismatic courtroom leader is the highest-paid personality on TV with an annual salary of $47 million

Revitalized: Judge Judy said she was energized to begin the new endeavor

Revitalized: Judge Judy said she was energized to begin the new endeavor

Raking it in: The charismatic courtroom leader is the highest-paid personality on TV with an annual salary of $47 million

Plan in place: The last season of Judge Judy will air from the fall of 2020 until the spring of 2021, and reruns will be in circulation, as she prepares for her new endeavor

Plan in place: The last season of Judge Judy will air from the fall of 2020 until the spring of 2021, and reruns will be in circulation, as she prepares for her new endeavor

Plan in place: The last season of Judge Judy will air from the fall of 2020 until the spring of 2021, and reruns will be in circulation, as she prepares for her new endeavor

Keep on going: Judy told Ellen, 'If you're not tired, you're not supposed to stop'

Keep on going: Judy told Ellen, 'If you're not tired, you're not supposed to stop'

Keep on going: Judy told Ellen, ‘If you’re not tired, you’re not supposed to stop’

‘Judge Judy, you’ll be able to see next year – a full year, all new shows,’ she said. ‘The following couple of years, you should be able to catch all the reruns that CBS has sold to the stations that are currently carrying Judge Judy, and Judy Justice will be going elsewhere – isn’t that fun? You know how much fun that was’ 

She told Ellen, ‘If you’re not tired, you’re not supposed to stop, we talked about that the last time we were here.’  

Amazing run: The series first debuted on syndicated TV on September 16, 1996

Amazing run: The series first debuted on syndicated TV on September 16, 1996

Amazing run: The series first debuted on syndicated TV on September 16, 1996

Feted: Judge Judy posed with a Daytime Emmys Lifetime Achievement Award she received last May in LA

Feted: Judge Judy posed with a Daytime Emmys Lifetime Achievement Award she received last May in LA

Feted: Judge Judy posed with a Daytime Emmys Lifetime Achievement Award she received last May in LA

Sheindlin’s most recent pact with CBS came in 2015, keeping her on the syndicated show – which gets in excess of nine million daily viewers – through this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In 2017, she sold CBS more than 5,200 hours of content for almost $100 million in a transaction that sparked a suit from two producers she created the show with, Kaye Switzer and the estate of Sandi Spreckman (who died 11 years ago).

Switzer and Spreckman’s estate filed the suit two years ago, saying they are owed money from the sale, and the case is headed to trial, according to THR.    

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