Judge Rinder is back with the nation crying out for some sharp wit and hilarious put-downs from their favourite TV judge.
The hit ITV show sees Robert Rinder depicted as an arbitrator overseeing civil cases in the UK.
Filming for the show does not take place in a real UK courtroom and instead is filmed on a set at Dock10’s studios in Media City, Salford, Manchester.
While fans often wonder if settled cases are legally binding, the show certainly provides some light-hearted entertainment for those working from home.
When can you watch Judge Rinder on TV?
Judge Rinder returns to ITV’s daytime TV slot on Monday, January 25 2021.
The fiesty courtoom antics will be shown on at 2pm Monday to Friday.
The hour-long programme often shows repeats so not all episodes will be new.
Old episodes or shows you miss during the week can also be watched on ITV Player.
How long has Judge Rinder been on TV?
Judge Rinder first aired in August 2014 and has since racked up eight series worth of episodes.
The show followed the same format as other television court shows, such as Judge Judy and Judge Mathis.
Judge Rinder previously revealed he pushed for the idea of a TV show after chatting to ITV’s head of daytime programming.
‘I didn’t wake up one morning and decide that I wanted to be a television judge,’ said Rinder.
‘But I’d been involved in a very heavy complex case and I told the head of daytime programming that I needed a diversion and that I’d love to be on TV as a type of Judge Judy figure.
‘She thought that was a great idea.’
Credit: Original article published here.