IMDb released the trailer on YouTube on Thursday.
Sheindlin introduced her team in the clip which included her granddaughter, Sarah Rose, as well as stenographer Whitney Kumar and new bailiff Kevin Rasco.
“Sarah is hip like me. She’s a little sarcastic. I like it,” Sheindlin said of her granddaughter.
“Justice Judy” premieres on November 1.
Sheindlin, 78, moved into the new show when her syndication deal with CBS Media Ventures ended with some acrimony after 25 years. For over a decade, “Judge Judy” has been syndication’s most popular show with New Yorker gossip arbitrating small claims cases.
The television judge also recently won a victory after an appeals court ruled that Sheindlin’s $ 47 million salary during the filming of “Judge Judy” was not excessive.
Rebel Entertainment Partners initially filed a lawsuit against CBS and Big Ticket Television in 2016. The company claimed that Judge Judy’s big salary wiped out any profit for the syndicated show.
An appeals court sided with the court’s initial decision in early August.
“Any allocation of Sheindlin’s salary to some form of profit sharing would, by definition, introduce a risk Sheindlin was unwilling to accept,” according to court documents. obtained by The Hollywood Reporter noted.
“In any event, we haven’t uncovered any authority, and Rebel offers none, forcing an entity to reclassify an artist’s salary as something other than salary for accounting purposes.”
Jessica Napoli of Fox News and Associated Press contributed to this report.