Judge Judy's courtroom reality show will finish up after its 25th season, the iconic TV judge has revealed.
According to CNN, Judy Sheindlin - famous for her no-nonsense approach to presiding over televised trials - shared the news during a pre-taped interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"I've had a 25-year-long marriage with CBS, and it's been successful. Next year will be our 25th season, silver anniversary," Sheindlin said of the upcoming season.
The 77-year-old television personality said that the network would run a couple of years worth of repeats of the iconic series.
Fans of Judge Judy's sass needn't worry, however, as the Emmy Award winner told DeGeneres she's "not tired" yet. Sheindlin teased that a new show called "Judy Justice" would be on the way next year.
In 2018, Forbes named the judge the year's highest paid TV host after she sold the rights to her show's library to CBS for US$100 million.