IT'S renowned for its controversial guests and explosive confrontations - and this week, The Jerry Springer Show turns Appearing on the show, Sandra, 48, explained: "My brain just kept saying get rid of them, so I had to get rid of them. She added she had also injected her knee with her faeces, cut herself with razor blades, drove nails in her bones and dropped a guillotine on her leg - though that 'didn't work'. Yes, yes of course. One guest got the shock of his life when his girlfriend revealed she couldn't have children - because she was born a bloke.
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The CW now airs reruns and unaired episodes. The Jerry Springer Show premiered on September 30, It was taped in Chicago from to and in Stamford, Connecticut from to The show taped its final scenes on July 6, , and its final episode aired on July 26, , with reruns continuing on The CW immediately thereafter; The CW retains rights to produce new episodes. After the cancellation, it was announced that Springer would host a new courtroom show titled Judge Jerry , which premiered on September 9, , and is also distributed by NBCUniversal. A typical episode of Springer begins with a title card warning viewers that the show may contain graphic or mature content. Springer then enters the stage by sliding down a stripper pole , being greeted by a standing audience made up of mostly college students pumping the air with their right hand, chanting "Jer-ry!
After 4, episodes The Jerry Springer Show was quietly canceled. For 27 seasons, The Jerry Springer Show featured an endless parade of guests who hoped to get a few minutes of fame. Ooh La La. Springer, a former mayor of Cincinnati, transitioned to broadcasting and created The Jerry Springer Show in The controversial topics and drive for ratings often led to fights between the guests.
Template:Infobox television. A typical episode of Springer begins with a title card warning parents that the show may contain content inappropriate for children. Springer then enters the stage by sliding down a stripper pole , being greeted by a standing audience made up of mostly college students pumping the air with their right hand, chanting "Jer-ry! He then shakes hands with those in the front and, afterward, the audience settles down. Springer then welcomes viewers to the show, introduces a particular situation, or topic, and interviews several guests experiencing such situations. After finishing the interview, Springer announces the entrance of another guest whom the first guest would like to confront. The second guest enters the stage, and a confrontation between the two guests usually occurs, often breaking down into a brawl that is eventually broken up by on-set security personnel. Once the fight has been quelled, Springer interviews the second guest about the situation faced by the first guest. In many episodes, there is a third guest involved in the situation, who is also interviewed by Springer, and often takes part in the on-stage fighting. It is also not uncommon for a fourth guest to be involved.