Divorce Court is an American nontraditional court show that revolves around settling the disputes of couples going through divorces. The current edition of Divorce Court premiered in September 1999, is conducted as an arbitration-based reality court show, and is presided over by Lynn Toler, a former municipal court judge from Cleveland Heights, Ohio. The series is currently produced by Lincolnwood Drive, Inc. and distributed by 20th Television. Each edition of Divorce Court has aired in syndication, and with a total of thirty-five seasons spread across its three incarnations it is one of the longest-running syndicated television programs of all time. Divorce Court holds the record for longest running court show of all time, leading the second place show The People's Court by five years. Due to its number of temporary cancellations and varying arbitrators however, Divorce Court does not boast the longest individual series run or longest arbitrator, records held by Judge Judy. On September 8, 2015, Divorce Court entered its 36th season, marking the 17th season of its current production life. On April 9, 2014, Divorce Court was renewed for two more seasons, taking it into 2016–17.