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Relative Justice Renewed for Second Season

May 24, 2022
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Production is Underway on Wrigley Media Group’s Syndicated Court Show

(Lexington, KY) May 24, 2022 – Following the successful launch last season, Wrigley Media Group (WMG) is pleased to announce that Relative Justice has been renewed for its second season.

Especially given the increasingly challenging syndicated television marketplace, Relative Justice has met or exceeded expectations and has cleared 87% of the marketplace going into the 2022-2023 television season, including newly added markets.

Cox Media Group (CMG) is on board for season two, joining returning partners CBS Television Stations, E.W. Scripps Company, Gray Television, Mission Broadcasting, Nexstar Media Group, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Tegna Inc., and Weigel Broadcasting Co.

The first daytime nationally syndicated show produced from Kentucky, Relative Justice pulls back the curtain on real family squabbles and disputes. Issues that were once limited to dining room conversations are brought to Judge Rhonda’s courtroom where her final ruling is legally binding.

Once again, Rhonda Wills will be commanding the courtroom from behind the bench. Wills founded Houston-based Wills Law Firm, PLLC and is licensed to practice law in Texas, New York, and California where she maintains offices. She has appeared as a legal contributor for multiple media outlets, including CNN.

Bailiff Brandon White is a law enforcement officer with the Georgetown Police Department and is widely beloved within his local community of Scott County, Kentucky.

Notably, with Kentucky’s recent launch of its entertainment tax incentive program, producers look forward to once again creating hundreds of jobs and significantly impacting the local economy.

Relative Justice will be executive produced by Sandra Allen (Judge Steve Harvey, Judge Jerry), who also serves as showrunner, court tv veteran Lou Dennig, along with WMG’s Misdee Wrigley Miller and Ross Babbit, and Gary Apple and Barry Bloom of Bloom ‘N Apple Entertainment.

Relative Justice is produced by Wrigley Media Group, in association with Bloom ‘N Apple Entertainment, and distributed by David Bulhack, President and Founder of Big Fish Entertainment. 150 original half-hour episodes will be taped from Wrigley Woodhill Studios in Lexington.

About Wrigley Media Group – Wrigley Media Group is an industry leader producing original series, creative content, motion graphics, digital marketing, and branding for a worldwide clientele. Led by award-winning businesswoman Misdee Wrigley Miller and headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, Wrigley Media Group conceives, produces, and distributes content from their state-of-the-art headquarters. Relative Justice, produced by Wrigley Media Group, is the first daytime syndicated show produced in Kentucky and is shot from Wrigley Woodhill Studios, a new Lexington-based separate WMG studio facility scheduled to officially open in January 2023. More on

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