You have plenty of choices available if you’re looking for a new legal television show to fuel your courtroom drama obsession. Don’t lie — we all know how easy it is to get sucked into a binge-watching sessions of The Good Wife and Judge Judy. And somehow 8 hours of O.J. Simpson: Made In America somehow still wasn’t enough.
When you’re looking for a legal television show that discusses the hottest celebrity lawsuit news, PROOF With Jill Stanley should be first on your watchlist. PROOF goes above and beyond the tabloid-style reporting that fuels on rumors and untruths. Jill Stanley brings her prolific kegal experience as a prosecutor, trial lawyer and America’s Most Wanted commentator to PROOF, creating the best legal television show on the air today.
Let’s face it: Celebrity news is often riddled with inaccuracies. So while celebrities seem to face more legal troubles than the average American it’s hard to believe some of the more bizarre details tabloid media wants us to believe. Between celebrity prenups with just plain bizzarre requirements to sex tapes to 72-day marriages, it’s hard to determine fact from fiction. There’s Mila Kunis, the Ukrainian pop singer, and a stolen chicken. There’s Lindsay Lohan v. E-Trade’s Talking Babies. And of course, there’s everything that Justin Bieber has done in the last 5 years.
You want a legal television show that will discuss high profile celebrity lawsuits, accurately. From the ridiculous to the villainous, PROOF will cover it all–with the goal of truth telling and sharp, clear legal analysis. Jill Stanley knows the terminology used in our legal system can often be hard to understand so she’ll give viewers the no-nonsense explanation of what’s happening — the “Cliff Notes” version, if you will, of celebrity lawsuits. You might even learn a few legal phrases!
On PROOF, we go way beyond the surface that other legal shows on TV focus on. Because PROOF is about the law, about how our system works not just how we can get your attention by referencing a celebrity name. Sure, Chris Brown seems to find himself in repeated legal snafus. Why is that? And the late, great Prince? Where and how did this well-known, self described clean liver get his drugs? What is it about fame and the legal system that makes us want to ask the hard questions about the celebs we love . . . or hate?
Talking about all the nitty-gritty details of celebrity lawsuits is one way to create a good legal television show. And on PROOF we will do that but we will go way beyond the details and examine the underlying issues in celebrity legal woes. We look at how celebrity lawsuits have changed over the years, we talk about the lengths a high-profile lawyer must go to ensure a fair and unbiased trial for her client, and we analyze the trends of repeat celeb offenders.
Celebrities may lead privileged lives, but even the gates around their Brentwood mansions aren’t high enough to keep them out of the reach of the justice system (or from a tenacious divorce lawyer). If you want a legal television show you can trust to provide interesting and accurate information, PROOF With Jill Stanley is your destination.