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Judge Hatchett Free TV Show Tickets in New York City

The Judge Hatchett TV Show is Shot in New York City and Tickets To The Show Are Available To The Public

line Among rookies, Columbia TriStar Television Distribution's "Judge Hatchett show took sole possession of first place in households among first-run series for the first time ever, despite falling 5 percent to a 1.9 score. Longtime freshman champ "Power of Attorney'' was a tenth of a point behind with a 1.8, off 10 percent and landing its lowest rating of the season

Judge Hatchett TV Show:

Judge Hatchett is a nationally syndicated weekday courtroom series created to appeal to young adults as well as viewers of all ages. Presiding in the courtroom is Judge Glenda Hatchett, one of the youngest and most distinguished African American women ever to serve as the presiding judge of a state court. Offering younger litigants and a unique point of view, Judge Hatchett showcases a wide range of interesting and compelling cases that showcase a range of emotions. In addition to "tangible" disputes such as small claims, "Judge Hatchett" will introduce deeper, emotional issues such as cases involving personal family matters.

TV Show Taping Schedule:

The Judge Hatchett Show tapes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 10:30AM and 1:00PM

So, How Do You Get Tickets to the Judge Hatchett Show in New York City?

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:

We have the latest standby and telephone ticket information for this show in our new TV Show Ticket Guide. The guide gives you all the telephone numbers and other information you will need to get a ticket for this show and all the other TV shows in the New York area.
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TV Studio Address:

Chelsea Studios
221 West 26th Street
(Between 7th and 8th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001

Show Transmission:

The Judge Hatchett Show is generally broadcast four weeks after taping. It is usually shown out of sequence and some shows are never used.

Travel Plans:

Want to make it to the show on time? Here’s the latest local transit information. www.nysubway.com