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Judy Sheindlin is ending her long-running daytime television court show after 25 years.
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In March, she announced "Judge Judy" will cease production when her contract runs out in 2021 but lucky for the Emmy-winner, she has a reported $440 million net worth to enjoy after decades of hard work.
The 77-year-old Brooklyn native has been one of the highest-paid media personalities since breaking into the industry in the late 1990s.
Sheindlin pulls in roughly $47 million annually for hosting "Judge Judy," which she films for just 52 days a year and producing "Hot Bench," a courtroom show that debuted in 2014that uses a three-judge panel, according to Forbes' estimates.
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In 2019, Sheindlin also claimed a spot on Forbes' coveted list of the country's most successful self-made women entrepreneurs and executives, measured by their net worth.