Caught in Providence has been picked up for a second season after being renewed in nearly 90% of the country on Fox Television Stations.
“Judge Caprio’s undeniable brand of compassion and commonsense approach to justice have caught the attention of the daytime TV and social media audiences, making Caught In Providence worthy of a second season,” Debmar-Mercury Co-Presidents Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein commented. “His unique ability to entertain and enlighten viewers validates our initial belief in their thirst for a light-hearted television destination in today’s not-so-lighthearted climate.”
Judge Caprio’s kind nature, thoughtfulness and great humor have made him a Rhode Island treasure.
Judge Caprio’s brother, Joseph Caprio, started filming the court cases over 20 years ago. The show first aired on Providence local access, but was picked up by ABC6-WLNE. It now airs Saturday at 11:35pm, and Sunday at 7:30pm & 12:05am.
All of the cases and people are real. Those who step in front of him have a little fun with the cameras, but Judge Caprio makes it clear that he is there to do his job.