Byron Allen To Launch Another Syndicated Court Series


LOS ANGELES — When it comes to syndicated TV fare, the courtroom-setting series has hardly waned in popularity. This explains why media mogul Byron Allen and his Allen Media Group are currently in production with six series, the first debuting in fall 2010.

A seventh courtroom series, the 71st for AMG, is being shopped as an hourlong offering ready for distribution in fall 2023.

Allen has given a “firm go” to Equal Justice with Judge Eboni K. Williams.

It’s being made available to broadcast television stations, as well as global cable, network, and digital distribution platforms.

In addition to broadcast syndication, all Allen Media Group court series are currently made available on the Allen Media Group-distributed JUSTICECENTRAL.TV, carried on such diverse MVPDs as Comcast, DirecTV, ATT U-Verse, Verizon FiOS, DISH, Altice USA, Charter/Spectrum, YouTube TV, and Hulu TV.

Williams’ program will join America’s Court with Judge Ross, Justice for All with Judge Cristina Pérez, Justice with Judge Mablean, Supreme Justice with Judge Karen, The Verdict with Judge Hatchett and We the People with Judge Lauren Lake.

Williams is known for her role as a former guest host on ABC’s The View and as a correspondent for CBS News and Fox News. Williams is currently host of her own series on Allen Media Group’s The Grio Television Network.

Williams also starred on season 13 of the Bravo series The Real Housewives of New York City.

As an attorney, Williams provided legal counsel in family law and civil litigation, was a public defender as well as working in private practice.

Allen commented, “Eboni K. Williams is an outstanding and charismatic television host, and we are extremely confident that our newest court series will be very successful for years to come as she joins our outstanding roster of talent.”

Williams added, “Byron’s nonstop commitment to creating exceptional programming and his unmatched amplification of our culture are why I am certain we will deliver another phenomenal television court series.”