The long-running syndicated courtroom series has gotten the green light through 2019.
‘Divorce Court’ Renewed By Fox Stations
Fox Television Stations has renewed Divorce Court with Lynn Toler through the 2019 season, announced Stephen Brown, EVP of programming and development for Fox Television Stations.
Divorce Court is presided over by Judge Lynn Toler who has more than 20 years of experience in law and 10 years at Divorce Court.
Divorce Court is the longest running court show on television, reinventing itself three times on daytime TV (airing from 1957 to 1969, from 1985 to 1992 and currently since 1999). When it began, actors used to reenact real divorce proceedings for television. Today there are no actors and no script — but real people and real cases.
This year, the program has experienced significant growth across all social media platforms, Fox Television Stations said. On its YouTube page, Divorce Court averages 1.9 million views per month. On Facebook for January 2016, it currently has over 1 million likes and its videos were viewed nearly 5 million times. As of last week, the show’s reach was 4.4 million on Facebook.
Divorce Court with Lynn Toler is produced by Lincolnwood Productions and distributed by Twentieth Television.