31 Jan Court Cam Renewed for Second Season by A&E
Dan Abrams’ latest collaboration with A&E has been picked up for a second season following a wildly successful first one, the Wrap reported Thursday. The show explored the sometimes wild side of America’s criminal courts and showed the stories behind these moments. By interviewing the judges, lawyers, and defendants involved, Dan was able to guide the audience through enthralling stories.
The first season boasted 2 million total viewers per episode and earned its title of A&E’s number 1 new series for 2019. Deadline reported that it was the “#1 cable show on Thursday nights among Adults 25-54.”
The ratings success has resonated with the network. Elaine Frontain Bryant, executive VP and head of programming, A&E Network, said, “This series is a prime example of the type of eye-opening programming that A&E strives to deliver. Following the success of its first season, we are looking forward to continuing this journey with Dan Abrams as we further our exploration of all facets of the criminal justice system.”
The show is being produced by Law&Crime Productions, the production team associated with Dan Abrams’ 24/7 trial streaming service, Law&Crime Network. The show’s executive producers on Law&Crime Production’s team are Dan Abrams, Rachel Stockman and Paul Tinelli. Shelly Tatro and Sean Gottlieb serve as executive producers for A&E Network.
The second season is currently in production and a premiere date has not yet been released. You can catch up on season one at aetv.com.