“Divorce Court,” which is hoping to shoot the next season in Atlanta starting this summer, is still seeking metro Atlanta couples to be on the show.
The 22nd season features a new judge: Faith Jenkins. She replaced Lynn Toler, who had creative differences with the producers, and the two sides effectively divorced.
The producers are always hunting for people on the verge of breaking up. Couples chosen are compensated $940 per couple and some free therapy and advice, too, in exchange for doing it public. Call 323-680-8750 or email email@example.com.
The show moved to Atlanta from Los Angeles in 2018.
CNN, effectively based in New York but still has sizable operations in Atlanta, is planning “a new and expanded race team” following the recent protests and movement regarding systemic racism, network president Jeff Zucker told staff Monday.
“I could not be prouder of the impactful work that CNN has done on every platform in the last few years – and especially in the last several weeks – covering race and racial injustice in America,” Zucker wrote in an internal memo. “Our reporting has been powerful, emotional, and helped to shed a light on the growing movement against institutional racism. Today, I am pleased to announce that we are making an even more significant, sustained commitment to ensure race coverage is a permanent part of our journalism.”
Zucker said this won’t be a “silo” for race coverage but more like a “center and a beacon to enable us to do all the work there is to do in the most timely, relevant way we can for audiences across all platforms.”
The team will soon hire a senior writer, senior editor and breaking and trend writer.