Television’s longest-running court show just keeps on going. The syndicated daytime show Divorce Court has been renewed through the 2016-17 season, Twentieth TV and Fox Television stations announced today. The show, currently celebrating its 15th anniversary season, is also set to return on Sinclair television stations. During the recent February sweeps, Divorce Court hit a four-season ratings high; rising +38% versus the comparable sweeps month a year ago (1.8 HH vs 1.3 HH), according to Twentieth TV. Additionally during this sweeps month, Divorce Court hit a seven-year viewer high – averaging nearly 3 million viewers per episode – a +49% increase over a year ago. Judge Lynn Toler presides over the real-life courtroom drama which is produced by Lincolnwood Drive and distributed by Twentieth TV.
Twentieth TV’s ‘Divorce Court’ Renewed Through 2016-17
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