Shocking news: Anna Nicole judge might get a TV gig!
Wow, here's something that was COMPLETELY UNEXPECTED.
Judge Larry Seidlin, who presided over the Anna Nicole hearing/circus last week, might get a regular spot on CBS' Saturday Early Show. One of the show's producers, Michael Rosen, sent Judge Seidlin a letter the other day (obtained by The Sun-Sentinel), saying that they want to hire him for a new segment on the show:
"I have been extremely impressed by your compassion in the Anna Nicole case and I would love to discuss with you the idea of being our judge on a new segment, `Morning Justice.' It would be a semi-regular segment in which you would resolve the ethical and legal questions of our viewers who send in the issues troubling them."
Now, aside from the fact that "Morning Justice" sounds more like a cable adventure series starring Lorenzo Lamas, is this a good idea? Sure, it would probably be good financially for Seidlin, but I wonder if he would have to leave the bench to take the job? Is it really worth it to go to a morning show, especially one that's always third in the ratings?
I mean, it's not even the weekday show, it's Saturday only.
[via TV Newser]