Jerry Springer


Jerry Springer retiring from TV 'while I'm still healthy'

Jerry Springer, who parlayed his Cincinnati City Council seat into a 40-year TV career as news anchor, talk show host and judge, says he wants "to try out retirement while I'm still healthy." Springer, who turned 78 in February, is leaving TV because NBCUniversal has canceled his Judge Jerry daytime...
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The Dallas Cowboys have become an episode of Jerry Springer, and you love it.

The lawsuit is full of embarrassing sentences, allegations of affairs, hush money to the momma, a spoiled girl who wants more cash, and all sorts of tawdry details that we consume like a gallon of $5.50 gasoline. We can’t help ourselves. We need it. So we give it a...

Jerry Springer: Russia's 'emerging Hitler' must be stopped, but is US military answer?

OK, I admit I’m struggling. The two sides of me are in the midst of a moral, practical and, yes, political debate. There’s the Gerald side – born of German Jewish parents in England during World War II – the part of me that can never separate myself from my grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins exterminated in Nazi Concentration Camps, as Hitler seized Austria, then part of Czechoslovakia (Sudetenland), then all of Czechoslovakia…and then Poland…and then 6 million Jews…and welcome to World War II.

Jerry Springer admits The Jerry Springer Show was "stupid": But compared to social media nowadays, “our show is like I Love Lucy"

“I can’t think of anything more fun,” Springer tells Page Six. “I mean, I never took it seriously. I always knew it was a stupid show. But it’s fun, and people enjoyed it.” Springer compares The Jerry Springer Show to chewing gum, saying: “It isn’t going to save the world, but it’s not going to kill you either.”

Jerry Springer: Relive the Bengals-Bills 1988-89 AFC Championship game

TV anchor Jerry Springer is a man of the people at the 1988-89 Bengals-Bills AFC Championship game at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium. From the archives: Watch the full report in the video player above. The last time the Cincinnati Bengals went to the Super Bowl, the Bengals and Cincinnati Reds shared...

Iowa vs. Northwestern Fun Facts: Jerry Springer edition

There’s no preamble this week. Let’s just have some Fun Facts for Iowa-Northwestern. 1. The visiting team has won the last three games in this series. 2. Iowa passed 51 times against the Wildcats last year in the season’s second game, a 21-20 loss. It never threw more than 30 times in any of the next six games, all wins.