Distributor: Pearson Television
A hybrid of court and talk, this show allows people to be judged by their peers. When a defendant is found guilty, he or she is sent to do a good deed that satisfies and rectifies the situation.
Distributor: Unapix Entertainment
This court strip focuses primarily on inheritance disputes with Stan Sander and Karen Fillipis as arbitrator and host/commentator.
"Power of Attorney" (at left)
Distributor: Twentieth Television
High-powered attorneys such as Gloria Alred, Christopher Darden and F. Lee Bailey rule over everyday cases.
"First Date" (at right)
Distributor: NewLine Television
Teen contestants and three potential dates get to know each other "Dating Game"-style. A twist is the parents interview the date-wannabes.
"You Don't Know Jack"
Distributor: Carsey Werner
Paul Reubens, a.k.a Pee Wee Herman, makes a comeback as host of this game show based on the pop-trivia computer game.
"Street Smart" (at left)
Distributor: Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution
This late night comedic game show takes the "man on the street" route, asking trivia questions of everyday people.