Chrissy's Court: Season 1 Reviews

April 8, 2020
I mean, I love Chrissy Teigen as much as the next person, and Chrissy's Court offers her in place of Judge Judy with the added bonus of fancy Ruth Bader Ginsburg-style collars. But her Twitter feed is probably more engaging and, yes, free of charge.
April 6, 2020
Chrissy Teigen proves an amiable host on her Quibi offering, Chrissy's Court, but she's hampered by the strained format of the show, which is styled like a People's Court/Judge Judy-type of thing, only resolving the inanest of interpersonal squabbles.
April 6, 2020
Teigen is funny and patient and actually a pretty good judge.
April 6, 2020
The clever premise of "what if you translated Teigen's endlessly compelling online persona into a court show format?" doesn't always work... but the episodes are very short and easy to bolt down in procrastinary bursts.
April 6, 2020
This is basically Judge Judy, except Chrissy Teigen is the judge, her mom is the bailiff, and the cases are completely ridiculous.
April 6, 2020
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.
April 6, 2020
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.
April 6, 2020
Teigen is good company, but the show is as weightless as a judge's robe.
April 6, 2020
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.
April 6, 2020
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.
April 6, 2020
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.