Fox First Run Renews Five Original Syndicated Shows

You Bet Your Life, Pictionary, 25 Words or Less, Dish Nation and Divorce Court are picked up again by Fox Television Stations through 2023-24 season.

Star Jones Joins ‘Divorce Court’ As Judge

Beginning in September, she will preside over the Fox First Run syndicated courtroom.

Fox First Run Renews Four Syndicated Shows

You Bet Your Life, 25 Words or Less, Dish Nation and Divorce Court will run on the Fox Television Stations through the 2022-23 season.

Fox Stations Renew Three Syndicated Shows

25 Words or Less, Divorce Court and Dish Nation get green lights through the 2022-23 season.

Faith Jenkins Is New Judge On ‘Divorce Court’

She takes over the syndicated show distributed by Fox First Run from Lynn Toler.

2020 Syndie Slate Taking Early Shape

It’s not yet December and already TV stations know with certainty that two of this year’s new shows will return, with two more rookies likely to get second-season renewals. Moreover, stations also already know two more big shows are coming down the pike next year, bringing the total to six before we’ve even hit 2020.

Fox Stations Renews Three Syndicated Shows

25 Words Or Less, Divorce Court and Dish Nation get a green light for the 2020-2021 season.

‘Divorce Court’ Chooses Panasonic Camera Systems

The current edition of Divorce Court premiered in September 1999; the arbitration-based reality court show is presided over by Lynn Toler, a former municipal court judge. For its 20th season, Divorce Court — television’s longest running court […]

‘Divorce Court’ Moving To Atlanta From L.A.

‘Divorce Court’ Renewed By Fox Stations

The long-running syndicated courtroom series has gotten the green light through 2019.

‘Divorce Court’ Renewed Through 2016-17

The Twentieth Television-distributed syndicated show hosted by Lynn Toler delivered its highest February sweep since 2010.

‘Divorce Court’ Renewed Through 2014-15

Court will be in session for a 16th season on Twentieth Television’s Divorce Court. The syndicated daytime court show delivered its highest November sweeps numbers since 2010, Twentieth TV announced today.

Longer Sentences For ‘Alex,’ ‘Divorce Court’

The two syndicated court shows from Twentieth Television have been renewed through the 2013-14 season.