Tiffs over Facebook bullying and stolen Axe body spray may soon play out over the nation's airwaves, should one Oklahoma City woman get her way.
Annette D. Colbert-Latham aims to launch a court TV show " because apparently, there's a dearth of them" with "America's Teen Court," to be shot right here in the Sooner State capital.
According to a press release, Colbert-Latham pitched the idea last summer to two adjunct professors at Oklahoma City Community College, one of whom is Oscar winner Gray Frederickson, producer of "The Godfather: Part II," "Apocalypse Now" and a beach volleyball movie starring Burt Reynolds. They liked the idea enough to connect her with a potential director, which eventually led her to a demo being shot with local attorney Annita M. Bridges wielding the gavel. Colbert-Latham praised her host as "gracefully elegant."
"We desire to do many other projects on a national level because Oklahoma is the heartland," Colbert-Latham said, in a press release, "and 'America's Teen Court' will show how Oklahomans can deliver great television and film projects to the world."
CFN looks forward to the shame of seeing local teens begin their televised arguments with, "OK, so, like, I was, like ..."