PATERNITY COURT Announces Listings for Week of 11/11
"Paternity Court" is a nationally Syndicated half-hour daily courtroom show, where attorney and relationship expert Lauren Lake brings her unique and dynamic perspective to the courtroom as the presiding judge.
Each case will offer emotionally-charged, life-changing consequences when dramatic DNA results are revealed. Cleared in 92% of the country, the show will air in the top 50 markets including New York/WLNY, Los Angeles/ KTLA & KDOC, Chicago/WCIU, Philadelphia/WPSG & KYW and Washington, DC/WDC among others, encompassing more than 140 stations nationwide.
PATERNITY COURT LOGLINES
WEEK OF 11/11
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11
McArthur v. Veals
· A pregnant woman from Lancaster, PA seeks a paternity test after learning her fiance may be her brother.
Moore v. Nelson/Wrigh
· A Salem, IN woman who claims her mother told her "I have no idea who your father is" comes to Paternity Court hoping one man is her biological father.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Reed vs. Austin
· A Chicago, Il man is at the center of paternity disputes between his wife, girlfriend AND mistress.
Moore/Cooper v. Cooper
· A woman from Chicago, Il demands a DNA test for her African-American son's baby who "came out white with blond hair and blue eyes"
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Roberts v. Wallace
· A man from Chicago, IL, confronted by his wife, girlfriend, and mistress submits to both lie detector and paternity tests.
Percival/Hansen v. Hansen
· Two Salt Lake City women want to prove a man fathered their children one month apart. He says "no way!"
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14
White vs. White
· An Atlanta woman fears her teen daughter's promiscuity is caused by her low self-esteem and now she is left with a paternity mystery
Sanchez v. Guzman
· A man from Tujunga, CA wants a paternity test for his girlfriend's baby after his brother claims he caught her cheating.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15
Russell v. Shepard
· A woman from Grand Prairie, TX brings her fiancé to Paternity Court after he pawns her engagement ring and denies paterinity of her son.
Baker v. Woods
· An Atlanta man doesn't know if he or his ex best friend is the father of a 2-year-old girl.
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