Celebrity Justice

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Not to be confused with Celebrity Juice.
Celebrity Justice
Genre News show/nontraditional court show
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 3
Production
Running time 30 Minutes
Production company(s) Telepictures Productions
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original release September 2, 2002 – September 9, 2005

Celebrity Justice is an American news show/nontraditional court show which ran from 2002 to 2005. It was produced by Harvey Levin Productions, and directed by Brad Kreisburg. It was hosted by Holly Herbert and Carlos Diaz.[1]

Presently, despite its short run, Celebrity Justice is mainly known for being an early "beta test" of the format of Levin's later celebrity gossip project, the website TMZ (which was started as a co-collaboration between AOL and Celebrity Justice production company Telepictures and is now a collaboration between Telepictures and Warner Bros. Television), and the later program TMZ on TV, which has itself spun off two programs; TMZ Live and TMZ Sports.

Production[edit]

Victory Studios, Glendale, California where Celebrity Justice was produced
  • Company – Harvey Levin Productions
  • Directors – Brad Kreisburg, Rob Dorn
  • Writers – Carlos Diaz, Tony Federico, Holly Herbert, Evan Rosenblum, Danny Tobias
  • Legal Commentator – Vicki Roberts

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Celebrity Justice at the Internet Movie Database IMDb.com; accessed November 26, 2014.

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