If Iyanla Vanzant is mom, then Judge Lynn Toler is Auntie! I’m talking about the auntie that knows all your business but stays to herself until you ask for her advice, then she lets you have it with just the right amount of love! The auntie with the tea that never spills it. From settling relationship battles on Divorce Court, to co-hosting several editions of Marriage Boot Camp, Judge Lynn Toler is now laying down the gavel in her Commit or Quit series with Judge Lynn Toler beginning on May 12 at 10 p.m. on We TV.
Here’s your first look at the Commit or Quit series Judge Lynn Toler
With 8 one-hour episodes, this series will follow 8 couples under Judge Toler’s microscope. Throughout each episode the couples’ secrets will be exposed, core issues will be uncovered, and those closest to them will give shocking testimonies. When it’s all said and done, ultimately, it’s up to the Judge to have them… commit or quit!
Lynn Candance Toler was born October 25, 1959. She is an African American lawyer, judge, television arbitrator, and reality TV show co-host. Judge Toler is best known for her role as the predecessor of Judge Faith Jenkins on Divorce Court. After 14 seasons on Divorce Court, Judge Toler became the co-host with Dr. Ish as marriage mentors on Marriage Boot Camp, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars and Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition.
Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition currently airs on We TV on Thursday nights. If you’ve never heard of Judge Toler, a small taste of her personality and expertise is displayed briefly on every episode of that show. Judge Lynn Toler is real, straight to the point and holds no punches. I have personally been a big fan of Judge Lynn Toler for a few years! I cannot wait to see what she has in store for this show. I’m sure she will be the same judge some of us know and love, and will help even more beautiful Black couples succeed at Black love!
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