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Judging Amy

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Judging Amy is an American television drama series created by Amy Brenneman, Bill D'Elia and John Tinker about a single mother who has left New York behind to become a Family Court judge in Hartford, Connecticut. The show is based on Amy Brenneman's mother's actual life.

The series originally aired in the USA on CBS from 19 September, 1999 to 3 May, 2005. There are 138 hour-long episodes in six seasons.

The series originally aired in South Africa on SABC2, from 7 November, 2001 to 18 January, 2006. It later aired on DStv's M-Net Series and Sony Entertainment Television (SONY) channels. See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.

Season 4 originally aired on SABC2 from 5 March to 13 August, 2003, on Wednesdays at 19h30. New episodes broadcast weekly.

Season 4 later aired on M-Net Series from 18 March to 26 August, 2007, on Sundays at 20h00. New episodes broadcast weekly.

Season 4 then aired on SONY from 12 September to 15 October, 2012. New episodes broadcast daily, on weekdays at 15h15. There are 24 episodes in the fourth season.

Synopsis

Amy Gray (Amy Brenneman) is a young New York attorney who, after separating from her husband, returns with her young daughter to her childhood home in Hartford, Connecticut.

She becomes a judge on that city's family court at age 34 and eventually gets a divorce. Her mother Maxine (Tyne Daly), with whom she lives, is a social worker for the Department of Children and Family Services, and often at odds with her boss, Sean Potter (Timothy Omundson).

Assisting Amy in the courtroom are her Court Services officer, Bruce Van Exel (Richard T. Jones) and her eager court clerk-turned-lawyer, Donna Kozlowski (Jillian Armenante).

Amy re-establishes relationships with her younger brother Vincent (Dan Futterman), her older brother Peter (Marcus Giamatti) and his wife Gillian (Jessica Tuck).

Judging Amy, based on the real-life story of lead actress, Brenneman's mother, is about three generations of women living together as they confront the personal and professional dilemmas in their changing, challenging lives.

Seasons

Season 1 (23 episodes)

Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 7 Nov 2001 | Finale: 10 Apr 2002 | Wednesdays, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 15 Dec 2003 | Finale: 24 May 2004 | Mondays, 21h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 8 Mar 2011 | Finale: 9 Aug 2011 | Tuesdays, 21h25

Season 2 (22 episodes)

Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 17 Apr 2002 | Finale: 11 Sep 2002 | Wednesdays, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 31 May 2004 | Finale: 25 Oct 2004 | Mondays, 21h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 16 Aug 2011 | Finale: 10 Jan 2012 | Tuesdays, 21h20

Season 3 (24 episodes)

Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 18 Sep 2002 | Finale: 26 Feb 2003 | Wednesdays, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 1 Nov 2004 | Finale: 11 Apr 2005 | Mondays, 21h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 26 Jan 2012 | Finale: 5 Jul 2012 | Thursdays, 20h30

Season 4 (24 episodes)

Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 5 Mar 2003 | Finale: 13 Aug 2003 | Wednesdays, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 18 Mar 2007 | Finale: 26 Aug 2007 | Sundays, 20h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 12 Sep 2012 | Finale: 15 Oct 2012 | Weekdays, 15h15

Season 5 (23 episodes)

Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 18 Aug 2004 | Finale: 19 Jan 2005 | Wednesdays, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 2 Sep 2007 | Finale: 3 Feb 2008 | Sundays, 20h00
Channel: SONY | Premiere: 16 Oct 2012 | Finale: 15 Nov 2012 | Weekdays, 15h10

Season 6 (22 episodes)

Channel: SABC2 | Premiere: 24 Aug 2005 | Finale: 18 Jan 2006 | Wednesdays, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 10 Feb 2008 | Finale: 6 Jul 2008 | Sundays, 20h00


Season 4 Cast

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Amy Gray

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Donna Kozlowski

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Gillian Gray

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Lauren Cassidy

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Peter Gray

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Sean Potter

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Bruce Van Exel

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Maxine Gray

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Kyle McCarty

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Atty. Roberta Orr

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Charles Duff

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Michael Cassidy

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Mr. Rhymers

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Rebecca Van Exel

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Robert Clifton

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Stuart Collins

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Jonathan Ashworth

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Judge Henry Bromell

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Mia

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Winnie Van Exel

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AAG Ellis Bonham

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ASA Jeremy Friedman

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Dr. Oliver Lee

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Anthony Cangiano

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Arthur

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Atty. Douglas Raine

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Atty. Westland

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Brenda Barrett

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Brittany Johnston

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Callie Roane

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Candace Hurley

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Charles 'DJ Dizz' Simbour

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Child in Custody Battle

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Cop

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Cory Sinkler

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Det. Chris Cross

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Diane McCarty

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Donald Padgett

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Dorothea Mitchell

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Dr. Lily Reddicker

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Dr. Riley

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Dr. Sally Godwin

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Edgar Cobbs

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Gordon Kirby

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Helene Steele

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Jack Barrett

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James Franklin

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Jimmy Secor

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Joanne Collins

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Judge

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Judge Drabowsky

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Judge Nancy Paul

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Leonard Zook

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Lisa Lobdel

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Mark Thurber

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Martin

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Monty Fisher

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Morgan Simmons

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Mr. Callahan

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Mr. Chandler

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Mr. Kirk

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Mr. Moran

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Mr. Radford

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Mr. Ruff

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Mr. Weston

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Mrs. Haskell's lawyer

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Mrs. Margolis

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Mrs. McKinney

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Mrs. Moran

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Mrs. Novins

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Mrs. Powell

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Ms. Friedman

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Ms. Shepherd

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Nurse Abby Corazon

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Officer Curtis

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Paul Zimberg

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Penny Hadcoate

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Phil Brown

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Police Officer

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Reginald Hoyt

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Rhonda Petty

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Richie Cunningham

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Ricky Diaz

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Rochelle Cobbs

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Rosalie Leavitt

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Samantha Lightstone

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Sarah

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Summer the Babysitter

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Teenage Girl

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Teresa the Hooker

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Tim Powell

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Tobin Hayes

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Wallace Bell

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Winkie

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Zack Wiley

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Wesley Roberts

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