Pop Courtrooms

Saturday, July 14, 2001

The courtroom show has always competed with the cop show for the title of most common (and most predictable) drama on TV. But TV isn’t static. How did we get from Perry Mason and The People’s Court to Law and Order and Judge Judy? On the Media’s Alicia Zuckerman gives us the history of television’s love affair with the gavel.

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