The first concept art from Judge Dredd: Mega-City One has been exclusively released to IGN. Looks amazing... but concept art usually does.
"The first, 'Democracy March', shows the suspended streets packed with people amidst the Mega-City skyline (including the Statue of Liberty). The title may well be a reference to the events of 'America', one of the Judge Dredd comic series' most well-loved storylines, which tackled some incredibly heavy themes, and saw a major change in Dredd's depiction."
"The second piece of art, 'Lowlife Arrival', shows the deepest levels of Mega-City One. The original 'Low Life' comic storyline followed Judges operating in Mega-City One's slums, and those imposing headlights might well show them turning up to do the same."
Some other good news came to light with talk that the producers and Karl Urban are talking about a possible role for Urban, hopefully to reprise the role of Dredd. Interestingly, this concept art is from late last year, so the show has been in development for awhile. There's still no word on a network yet, but the current rumours are suggesting something like Netflix, which would be awesome. It's likely going to be two years until see the final production, but things do appear to be moving along.