Untying the Knot, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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When couples go from "I do" to "I don't," Vikki Ziegler is who they call to mediate, advise and divide their assets out of court. Each 30-minute episode features a different divorcing couple struggling to divvy up their belongings that range from dazzling diamonds to the family pets. Expert appraisers Michael and Mark Millea evaluate the items in question, and help Vikki determine a fair division of assets. Why let a judge decide your fate when this "Divorce Diva" can cut through all the drama to determine who will get what?
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBattle of the Buddha Head||Jacques and Mira might look like models, but their marriage is far from picture-perfect. After six years, they've decided to call it quits, and they bring in Vikki to guide them through the mediation process. When it comes to their marital assets, these two are anything but Zen, so they need Vikki's help to decide who walks away with a giant Buddha head, an apartment in Paris, and a diamond ring. Nothing takes the shine out of a diamond like divorce, and Vikki faces some resistance at the beginning. However, Vikki isn't rattled and gets right down to business doling out their stuff.||21:31||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPassport for Divorce||After 13 years, Jennifer and Golan haven't been very lucky in love and have decided to call Vikki to help end their marriage and divide their assets. Golan ran his business into the ground and just wants to have fun, leaving Jennifer to bring home the bacon. Jennifer, on the other hand, is desperate to sell all their assets and move on. These two are stuck in a real crisis and are clinging to a historically significant antique passport, a diamond necklace, a painting by a famous artist, and five income-producing properties. However, despite Vikki's peacekeeping efforts, Golan might be one of Vikki’s greatest mediation challenges ever.||21:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe War of Weisses||After returning from a tour of duty in Iraq, Tim wasn't the same person Kelly fell in love with, and his PTSD issues have taken a heavy toll on their marriage. Although neither really wants to be divorced, Kelly is ready to go AWOL, so they've called Vikki to help divide and appraise their assets. The couple is shocked when they hear how much their stuff is really worth.||21:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTo D or Not to D||After 26 years of marriage, Emily and Dave have come to a crossroads. As Vikki tries to determine a fair distribution of assets and gets to know this couple better, she decides they may not be ready to divorce and shifts from mediating their assets to negotiating a last ditch effort to save their marriage.||21:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Date for Divorce||Krissy and Tina have spent 11 years together. However, soon after building their dream home, their marriage hit the rocks when Krissy and Tina became Krissy and Tina and Amy. Now Vikki is the newest lady in their lives, and she's ready to mediate the division of their home, their cars, a collection of t-shirts, and their two dogs. Vikki's about to lay down the law but when all is said and done, she could be the one who ends up in the dog house.||21:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFrom Wedding Couture to Marriage Detour||Stuart and Iret have decided it's time to end their marriage after 26 years. Stuart spent his life on the road as a wedding couture salesman, making other people’s wedding dreams come true, while his own marriage hit the rocks and became a nightmare. They've been pitching insults back and forth over a baseball card collection, their home, a photograph, and a Judaica collection. It's going to take a miracle for Vikki to determine a fair settlement and distribute their most prized possessions.||21:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Diva of Divorce is Totally Brilliant
This is not like any other "reality show" out there. The divorce settler is very smart and she understands emotional vs monetary value of items and comes to great agreements. Definitely a learning experience even if you are not getting divorced.
Macabre premise for a show
A "reality" series about divorce mediation? You folks at Bravo are just a few steps away from televising executions, aren't you?
This is advertised by Bravo as a scripted show.
So. Its not 'macabre' of a premise, as absurdly intellectual as that comment is.
But I guess everything is believable from a network that features Real Housewives of whom are all small time/part time actresses and some of whom are not even housewives. Just find the fun in it. But with that genre of marketing in which is forced to advertise as a scripted show, I am totally not into it.