"Judge Judy" is ending after 25 years on television, host Judy Sheindlin will announce Monday.

“I’ve had a 25-year-long marriage with CBS, and it’s been successful,” Sheindlin will tell "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," according to Variety.

"Judge Judy" will continue to air in syndication after next season and the host announced she will launch a new show, "Judy Justice."


“I’m not tired. So ‘Judy Justice’ will be coming out a year later," Sheindlin adds in the pre-taped segment. " 'Judge Judy' you’ll be able to see next year, full year, all new shows. The following couple of years, you should be able to catch all the reruns that are currently carrying Judy, and 'Judy Justice' will be going elsewhere. Isn’t that fun?”

Sheindlin's show has aired on CBS since 1996 and averages 10 million total viewers daily.

Sheindlin surprised many when she endorsed a presidential candidate for the first time last year. She backed former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg as the Democratic nominee.

“When I looked at the field of 2020 candidates … there was no other voice, for me, other than the voice of someone who has experience in governance second only to the president of the United States,” she told "The View."