ABC's Nightline is going behind the scenes of 'Divorce Court' tonight and my Mark is going to be on because he's the executive producer of the show.
Click here to read an article about it on abcnews.com.
Inside the Drama of 'Divorce Court'
From Tiger Woods to Sandra Bullock, the emotions of high-profile marital heartbreak have long been splashed across the covers of tabloids.
And when it comes to high-profile divorces, like Paul McCartney and Heather Mills' $50 million bust-up to Madonna and Guy Ritchie's $75 million split, it's the stuff that broken dreams are made of—houses, property and megabucks.
Last week, Jamie McCourt asked that her soon-to-be ex-husband, Dodger owner Frank McCourt, pay her $1 million a month for expenses.
Perhaps you've heard it said that love is like Velcro; lovers come together quietly and part noisily. Nowhere does that seem more true than on the Los Angeles set of "Divorce Court," the longest-running court series on TV.
Why do people tune in to watch divorcing couples so much? Executive producer Mark Koberg said it's because it's voyeuristic.
"I think people really like to see how these people are acting crazy and acting outrageous and silly and the funny things they do," he said. "And I think they want to be informed and take away lessons from what the judge tells them."
Watch the story on "Nightline" tonight at 11:35 p.m. ET