Judge Judy Sheindlin and her family had 95 million reasons to celebrate on Aug. 9, and they did!

The infamous hard-nosed "Judge Judy" star sold her TV library to CBS for a reported $95 million. Judy, 74, also extended her run to 2021.

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With her family in tow, the no-nonsense judge was seen leaving Milos in New York following a seafood dinner.

TMZ cameras caught her as she left. Asked if she ever thinks about slowing down or stopping, a smiling Judy told the cameraman, "You go until you stop."

The TV judge is already the highest-paid personality, pulling down a $47 million in annual salary. The show reportedly generates an estimated $160 million-$170 million a year for CBS in license fees and advertising sales. Perhaps CBS got a deal, too. Initially, Judy was seeking $200 million for the rights to her library.

The newly-sold catalog of "Judge Judy" contains 5,200 hours of episodes, which is particularly impressive when you take into account that there are only 8,760 hours in a year.

Asked if she had any advice for someone who wanted to binge watch all her episodes, she said, "Do it when you're sober."

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After the sale, Paul Franklin, president of CBS Television Distribution, said in a statement, "Judge Judy Sheindlin is one of the all-time great stars in the history of daytime television. She's been a part of the CBS family for over two decades and we wanted it to stay that way by acquiring her incredible library of episodes."