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Lynn Toler’s ‘Divorce Court’ moving to Atlanta from L.A.

Toler has been a judge on the show since 2006

Originally posted Monday, July 9, 2018 by RODNEY HO/rho@ajc.com on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog

Lynn Toler’s “Divorce Court” is moving to Atlanta from long-time residence in Los Angeles.

The current version of the show has been around since 1999.

Toler, who took over in 2006 for Mablean Ephriamtold “Dish Nation” she is seeking couples in Atlanta but will take folks from all over the country. “It will be a whole new set, a whole new vibe,” she said. 

The show is now seeking audience members for taping from August through November of this year. You can sign up here via hyltoncasting.com/divorcecourtaudience/

If you think Toler could help you decide where your relationship should go, you can submit an application here

Toler, 58, is also a regular on WE-TV’s “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars.” She was formerly a municipal judge in Cleveland. 

In Atlanta, “Divorce Court” airs weekdays at 3 p.m and 3:30 p.m. on Peachtree TV. 

This will be the third syndicated judge show shooting locally. The other two are “Couples Court with the Cutlers” and “Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court,” both which air in Atlanta on the CW 69 and shoot at Georgia Public Broadcasting. 

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