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These New Photos From Night Court's First Episode Will Get Fans Excited

Some inside snippets of the new court comedy!

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Night Court is officially coming back to NBC! The revamped series, based on the original hit show than ran from 1984-1992, will follow the story of the optimistic Judge Abby Stone (Melissa Rauch), the daughter of Harry T. Stone. In the show, she reconnects with former district attorney Dan Fielding (reprised by the original actor John Larroquette) to help her manage the wacky cases during the night shit at the Manhattan Municipal Court.

And lucky for us, some exciting preview photos of the show have been released! Check them out, below.

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Judge Abby Stone and Dan Fielding stand together in her new office.

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The court's district attorney, Olivia (played by India de Beaufort), and Dan Fielding stand next to a defendant in court.

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Abby Stone poses in a chair in her office.

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And sits behind her gavel and microphone in the court.

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Who's in the costume?!

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The court’s clerk, Neil (played by Kapil Talwalkar), hides his face behind a stack of folders while standing next to Judge Abby Stone in court.

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What's this sign about?

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And what's Donna Gurganous (played by Lacretta) smiling about? 

In a hilarious preview clip released in December 2022, we got an inside look of the Night Court cast members talking about what audiences should expect from the show.

"It's very much a continuation of the show I love so much," explained Rauch. “[Stone] really wants to make a difference, she’s an eternal optimist."

“Being back on Night Court, seeing the new, fresh faces of these very talented comedians who I’m working with, makes it worthwhile,” said Larroquette.

“It's filled with crazy characters,” added Lacretta.

How do I watch the new Night Court on NBC?

Night Court airsTuesday at 8/7c on NBC and be available for streaming the next day on Peacock.

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