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Judging Amy

Judging Amy


Judging Amy follows the life of Judge Amy Gray (Amy Brenneman), a single mother who left the fast-paced city of New York to be a family court judge in Hartford, Connecticut. Amy and her daughter, Lauren (Karle Warren), live with Amy's mother, Maxine (Tyne Daly), who is never afraid to voice her opinion. Maxine is a social worker who often butts head with her boss, Sean (Timothy Omundson). Now in Hartford, Amy is able to reconnect with her family, including her brother, Peter (Marcus Giamatti) and sister-in-law Gillian (Jessica Tuck).

Based on the true-story of Amy Brenneman's mother, Judging Amy shows the struggles as well as the joys of three generations of women facing the trials and tribulations of every day life.
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Episode Info

Final: 6x22 -- My Name is Amy Gray... (May/03/2005)


Maxine is able to make up with Ignacio, but Ignacio fends off her advances. Meanwhile, Donna pulls some strings in order to get Amy to open up the bill in Congress. Later, Ignacio has an important question for Maxine.
Cast
Amy BrennemanAmy Brenneman
As Amy Madison Gray
Tyne DalyTyne Daly
As Maxine Gray
Karle WarrenKarle Warren
As Lauren Cassidy
Marcus GiamattiMarcus Giamatti
As Peter Gray
Jessica TuckJessica Tuck
As Gillian Gray
Richard T. JonesRichard T. Jones
As Bruce Van Exel
Jillian ArmenanteJillian Armenante
As Donna Kozlowski (Episodes 24- , recurring otherwise)
Kevin RahmKevin Rahm
As Kyle McCarty (Episodes 53-116, recurring otherwise)
Timothy OmundsonTimothy Omundson
As Sean Potter (Episodes 117-, recurring previously)
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Recaps
6x21: Getting Out recap: Amy hears the case of a violent 10-year-old boy who accuses Bruce of looking at him; Amy and Bruce get in an argument about Amy getting too over-involved with the kids in her court cases which cause Bruce to quit; Maxine and Sean help out a foster family with disabled children who are in danger of losing their home; Graciela's conviction is overturned, but in the end, she is killed in prison by retaliation from another gang. Shocked by Graciela's death, Amy quits the bench... read more.
Crew

Creator: Amy Brenneman, Bill D'Elia, John Tinker
Developer: Barbara Hall
Executive Producer: Amy Brenneman, Barbara Hall
Co-Executive Producer: James Hayman
Consulting Producer: Hart Hanson
Story Editor: Bill D'Elia, John Tinker, Lyla Oliver

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Recurring Guests

Timothy Omundson as Sean Potter (67 eps)
Adrian Pasdar as David McClaren (31 eps)
Inny Clemons as Robert Clifton (26 eps)
Kristin Lehman as Lily Reddicker (20 eps)
Cheech Marin as Ignacio Messina (20 eps)
Reed Diamond as Stuart Collins (19 eps)
Sarah Danielle Madison as Heather Labonte (17 eps)
Sara Mornell as Carole Tobey (15 eps)
Jillian Armenante as Donna Kozlowski (15 eps)
Alice Dodd as Kimberly Fallon (13 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 1999
Ended: May 03, 2005
Akas
• A Juíza (Used In Brazil)
• Für alle Fälle Amy (Used In Germany)
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