US Barbara Salesch: She celebrates her comeback as a TV judge
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from 1999 to 2012, judge(72) was seen almost every day on Sat.1 in her own court show "Judge Barbara Salesch". After that it had become around the 72-year-old who recently devoted herself to her artistic streak. In the future she should probably only have little time in the future, because the Cologne broadcaster RTL is now surprisingly backing her back on TV. So fans can look forward to, because the lawyer who works before her television career at the Hamburg district court will soon return to the screens. The start is already on September 5th. From then on from Monday to Friday at 11 a.m. the first episodes of the new show "Barbara Salesch - The Criminal Court" will be seen.
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Barbara Salesch is already very enthusiastic about her TV comeback, because the "Court is always interested in the audience. And now there is a court show on German television that has the old professionalism with the latest developments Connects-this will simply be sensational! "Says the 72-year-old. And she has another reason to be happy, because RTL also gets her TV colleague(65) back. He also gets his own show: "The court show 'Ulrich Wetzel - The Criminal Court' follows at a later date." Fans of the old court programs can therefore look forward to exciting new interpretations.
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