Judging Amy

1999, TV Show


Oscar Nominee Juanita Moore Dies at 99

Juanita Moore

Juanita Moore, who was nominated for an Oscar for her role in the 1959 Douglas Sirk film Imitation of Life, died Wednesday at her home in Los Angeles, Varietyreports. She was 99.

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Reign Courts Private Practice's Amy Brenneman to Play Mary's Mom

Amy Brenneman

Reign is keeping it all in the family.

The CW period drama has cast former Private Practice star Amy Brenneman to play Mary's mother, it was announced Monday.

"Yep, it's true. Off to a wardrobe fitting to... read more

M*A*S*H Star Allan Arbus Dies at 95

Allan Arbus

Allan Arbus, who played psychiatrist Maj. Sidney Freedman on M*A*S*H, died Friday at home in Los Angeles, his daughter Amy confirmed to The New York Times. He was 95. read more

USA's Political Animals Swears In Dan Futterman and Roger Bart

Roger Bart, Dan Futterman

Dan Futterman and Roger Bart are the latest to jump on board USA's Political Animals, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

The six-part miniseries, from Greg Berlanti  (Brothers & Sisters, Everwood), stars Sigourney Weaver as Elaine Barrish, a... read more

Does the Move to Tuesday Nights Signal the End of Private Practice?

Kate Walsh

"It's exciting! I've always wanted to see the doctors dance!" Paul Adelstein joked from the set of Private Practice shortly after learning that the series has been moved to Tuesdays following Dancing with the Stars.

In its fifth season, the ABC medical drama is moving from its long-time home on Thursdays following flagship series Grey's Anatomy to Tuesday nights at 10/9c. In its place, the network debuted new series Scandal from creator Shonda Rhimes, the woman also behind Grey's and Private.

Mega Buzz: How will Charlotte and Cooper handle being parents?

TVGuide.com hit the set in January shortly after the announcement of the move was made, and the cast was hyped for the new challenge. "I think it's... read more

The Mentalist Exclusive: The CBI Recruits Reed Diamond

Reed Diamond

Former Homicide: Life on the Street star Reed Diamond has signed on to guest-star on The Mentalist, TVGuide.com has learned.

The Mentalist: Did Patrick Jane really kill Red John?

Diamond will play Ray Haffner, a confident CBI supervising agent who runs a tight ship. As we previously reported, Haffner will lead a group of agents assisting Lisbon (Robin Tunney) and her team with the investigation of  a personal trainer's murder. Something tells us the CBI may not be big enough for both teams... read more

Blue Bloods Scoop: Boomtown Star to Play Frank's Old Partner

Gary Basaraba

Gary Basaraba will be putting on a cop's uniform once again for a guest spot on Blue Bloods, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Basaraba, who starred as a police officer on both Steven Bochco's Brooklyn South and NBC's short-lived Boomtown, will play Jimmy, a former partner of Tom Selleck's Commissioner Frank Reagan. As we first reported, Jimmy once saved Frank's life and vice versa.

When the two reconnect, Jimmy hopes to capitalize on the friendship and asks Commissioner Reagan for a promotion to commander... read more

Benson Actress Caroline McWilliams Dead at 64

Inga Swenson, James Noble, Caroline McWilliams, Robert Guillame and Missy Gold

Actress Caroline McWilliams died last week. She was 64 years old.

McWilliams, whose film and TV career spanned decades, died from... read more

A Winter of TV Discontent?

Skeet Ulrich in Jericho by Cliff Lipson/CBS

Just a thought: If the strike lasts much longer, do you think CBS' Big Brother house has room for all of us? I joke, of course, but I also fear that if things don't get resolved soon, it's going to be a long, cold winter indeed for fans of good old everyday regular non-reality TV.In the last few days, we’ve seen cliff-hanger episodes of Desperate Housewives and Heroes that felt like season finales, and for all we know, that’s what they might be, if production doesn’t resume early in the new year for the back half of their seasons. For the first month of the writers’ strike, viewers didn’t feel much pain (except for fans of late-night comedy, the first casualty) because we were in a sweeps month chock-full of original episodes. Life went on as usual. That’s about to end. There are scattered episodes of many series yet to air in December, and a few leftovers for early 2008. But come the new year, the TV landscape’s going to start looking mighty diffe... read more

Since about 2000, I've tried ...

Question: Since about 2000, I've tried to find one place on the TV lineup where there are three continuous hours of television that I want to watch. I think it began with Millionaire, The West Wing and Law & Order, and then there was Gilmore Girls, Veronica Mars and Judging Amy. My favorite trifecta was last season's Ugly Betty, Grey's Anatomy and Men in Trees, which was fun while it lasted. Now, to my surprise, this year I have an all-freshman guilty-pleasure trifecta on Wednesdays: Pushing Daisies, Gossip Girl and Dirty Sexy Money, although that will soon be complicated by another guilty pleasure, Project Runway. I know that since you get screeners you don't necessarily watch TV live or in order, but do you have a trifecta? Answer: It's not so much that I get screeners (fewer than you'd imagine this time of year) but that, like others who watch TV in high volume with an eye for time management in a DVR age, I tend not to watch TV in real time. That often means that I start the evening by ... read more

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Premiered: September 19, 1999, on CBS
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: A newly divorced lawyer-turned-judge returns home to live with her opinionated mom in an appealing, at times moving, series that finds her juggling the pressures of a demanding new career and single parenthood. Based on the experiences of star Amy Brenneman's mother, a Connecticut judge.


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