"LAUREN LAKE'S PATERNITY COURT" PATERNITY COURT RENEWED BY KEY STATION GROUPS FOR TWO YEARS THROUGH THE 2017-2018 SEASON
Hit Syndicated Courtroom Series Offers Two-Father Tuesdays and Outrageous Update Shows for February Sweeps
Los Angeles, January 28, 2016 - "Lauren Lake's Paternity Court" has been officially renewed for two years through the 2017-2018 by the CBS, Tribune, and Weigel station groups covering New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Seattle, Tampa, Miami and Chicago. Washington, DC, Dallas, Indianapolis, Sacramento, Hartford and New Orleans. In addition, Sinclair Broadcasting Group has extended its contract in 30 markets across the U.S. Lauren Lake's Paternity Court, which debuted in 2013, is currently cleared in 85% of the country.
During the November sweeps period, the show achieved a series high of a 1.43 national rating among Homes, and improved over its year-ago history with Women 25-54 by +12%. In the metered markets it grew with each successive week among homes (Week one at a 1.40 and Week four at a 1.53).
With February sweeps kicking off on February 4, "Lauren Lake's Paternity Court" will be offering viewers emotional new cases and providing outrageous updates on favorite past guests.
On February 9, the syndicated courtroom series will kick off its "Two-Father Tuesdays" series, featuring cases where a man does not believe he is the true father of his child, forcing him to face-off with another man whom he believes is the true DNA line to the child. Guests on these episodes' tout Atlanta, Dallas (Galloway v. Harris on February 17) and Detroit (Hollins/Williams v. Anderson and Nesbit v. Henderson/Brown Jr., both on February 24), among others, as their hometowns.
Each Friday, beginning on February 5, the show will bring back its favorite guests from the past three seasons, providing outrageous updates on how life has changed since appearing on the show.
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