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If you like your stakes low and your production values shaggy - in the fun way - you might get a kick out of Chrissy Teigen hosting her own courtroom show.
True believers in the cult of Chrissy Teigen will find much to love on Chrissy's Court simply because Teigen is there, but more casual fans may come away with more of a shrug.
I happen to find Chrissy Teigen's social media presence reliably charming, but this jokey reality TV exercise in which she presides over flimsy small-claims court cases gets off to a bumpy start.
Sporting spectacularly gaudy statement necklaces over her black robes, Teigen brings her goofy charm and genuine curiosity about people to these hearings, which are the perfect length at seven minutes each.
There's not enough here outside of Teigen's sensibility and amply-documented personal life to really call it a show. And the cases feel more than anything else like wheel-spinning between Teigen bons mots.
The cases in Chrissy's Court are unbelievably silly. Some might even say stupid.
Teigen keeps things lively with celebrity guests and banter with her "bailiff" mom, but your mileage for this show may vary based on your appreciation of the host - the cases are decidedly frivolous, and some are more interesting than others.
Audience Reviews for Chrissy's Court: Season 1
Jul 01, 2020The show is very fake and the cases are incredibly petty.
Apr 08, 2020Looks like even when Quibi is outside the action/mystery genres, they still get their popular celebrity, and in this case, the celeb is Chrissy Teigen, who has nearly 30 million followers on Instagram. In this piece of television, Teigen heads what's sort of a reality show where she is a judge taking cases on little cute bickerings between people. Whether it's a couple, or two complete strangers, Teigen makes the verdict, no matter how unqualified she is. To be honest, it's a lot of fun, and it's made solidly easy to watch with the short running time of the episodes, though a prominent issue is, I didn't laugh out loud as much as I should have, which isn't good. Still, for Teigen die-hards and maybe even some non fanboys, it should be enjoyable enough. These "bickerings" are appropriately adorable, with a fight over a knocked-over speaker or even a sweatshirt. So while it's not nearly as hilarious as it should be, viewers will still find suitable entertainment that will last over the show's short running time. I think it could have been much better, perhaps one of the most notable comedies of 2020, though for a reality show with a few solid quips, Chrissy's Court is impressive.