Steve Harvey is back once again to make his call on real matters with Judge Steve Harvey Season 2. Judge Steve Harvey is an American Comedy show that projects the judgment of the host Steve Harvey on the real issues faced by the people. It is courtroom drama but unlike others, the base of the series is to solve matters or issues, that people come up with on the show, with Steve’s experience and logical reasoning.
It is not an intense courtroom drama as seen in other shows and does guarantee to entertain its viewers with great presence of mind and humor. Judge Steve Harvey is directed by Ryan Polito and hosted by Steve Harvey. He also executive produces the show along with others such as Brandon Williams, Jesse Ignjatovic, Jared Morrell, Evan Prager, and Myeshia Mizuno.
When is Judge Steve Harvey Slated for Release?
Judge Steve Harvey Season 1 premiered on 24 January 2022 on ABC. After quite some time the makers announced that the fans will get to see Steve Harvey as Judge again as the series will be getting renewed for Judge Steve Harvey Season 2.
In April 2022 the news of renewal came out and it is said that the production work is in action to make the series happen soonest. However, a confirmed release date has not been announced till now and it is only being said that the show is set to premiere soon.
We are anticipating that Judge Steve Harvey is likely to premiere in mid-2023, but nothing with certainty can be said about this matter as the production work is still going on. So, we expect our fans to wait patiently until any confirmation is made by the officials.
What is the format of Judge Steve Harvey?
Judge Steve Harvey is a non-scripted television show where people come up with the issues they are facing in real life. Those people present their matters to judge Steve Harvey, who through the help of his trusted Bailiff tries to solve their matters and guide them to the right path.
The issues presented in the show have no specific topic it varies widely, from broken marriages to rifted friendships, and every possible argument is put into notice. This is what makes the show more intriguing to watch and bestows a great source of entertainment for the viewers.
Harvey is not the only one here who makes these hard-to-take decisions. To help him in in that he hires his trusted Bailiff, Nancy, who aids him in making wise decisions. After a good brainstorming session with Nancy, his bailiff, in the end, Harvey makes his call and announces the judgment.
What to expect from Judge Steve Harvey Season 2?
Just like in Season – 1 the format of the show is set to be pretty much the same. A few minor alterations can be seen but all that will be done to make the show even more interesting for the viewers.
The format of the show is a little different from the other courtroom dramas. Unlike others the judge, Steve Harvey is not a real judge or a certified one as a matter of fact, but he tends to solve the issue through his conscience and instincts. He announces his decision by giving solid logical reasoning and through all the experience he has gained over the years.
The show is about how he tackles the issues and thrives to present a solution to them. Whatever the plot or format will be Steve is here to give a good time watching Judge Steve Harvey Season 2.
Who can be seen in Season 2?
Nothing with certainty can be said about others but without Steve Harvey, the show will have no meaning, so he will be back as the judge in Judge Steve Harvey Season 2. In Season 1 we saw other cast members as well such as Judge Judy, Nancy Price, and The Bailiff. Nancy Price is seen giving the audience the required instructions before starting the episode.
The cast members are expected to be the same however it is not certain they will reprise their roles. Any official announcement regarding cast members has not been made yet.
Expected No. of episodes in Judge Steve Harvey Season 2.
Season -1 had 12 episodes that were broadcasted on ABC network. The watch time of each episode was 42 minutes approx. Therefore in Judge Steve Harvey Season 2 also it is anticipated that the same pattern will be followed or an improvement can be seen.
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