Nancy Grace & ‘Justice’

May 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Nancy Grace & 'Justice'Nancy Grace & ‘Justice’, It is rare that a show that ends its first season as the No. 1 new shows in syndication to undergo a thorough review, but that’s what’s happening with “Swift Justice.” The court show is losing star Nancy Grace, which also houses a self-titled show on HLN, because she did not want to move to Los Angeles where “Justice” will be shot next year.

The first season of “Justice” was recorded in Atlanta, where Grace lives with her husband and young twins. But after syndicator CBS Television Distribution decided to relocate the recording of the program from Atlanta to Los Angeles, Grace resigned.

“I’m very proud of the work we’ve done in” Swift Justice “,” Grace said in a statement. “Leaving a show so successful was a difficult decision, but with the increased requirements for relocation of production in Los Angeles, became a challenge to balance my most important job -. The mother of John David and the house Lucy’s back ”

It is unclear why CTD decided to move production from Atlanta to Los Angeles.

Grace will be taking place with Jackie Glass, a judge in Las Vegas, who shot to fame when presiding OJ armed robbery trial of Simpson for three years when convicted former football player to nine years in prison.

While glass is certainly a colorful personality, saying in a time trial, “I’m surprised you have not seen my head spin and fire come out of my mouth, it is doubtful qualifications will be as strong after the departure of Grace.

Although she is a controversial figure for her strong views, Grace has a large number of followers and loyal fans who helped push the “Justice” for the No. 1 new syndication program this year, ahead of style life protected Nate Berkus Oprah Winfrey ‘show theme.

“Justice” has averaged 2.3 million total viewers this season, according to Nielsen.

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