Financial stress is one of the leading causes of divorce in the United States, especially with the recent recession. CNBC introduced “Til Debt Do Us Part” as an effort to show America that there is hope to get back on a good financial road. The network announced new episodes of “Til Debt Do Us Part” will appear in the schedule as of January 7.
“Til Debt Do Us Part” is a documentary-style show that follows Gail Vaz-Oxlade as she meets with couples who are facing bankruptcy or will in the near future. Though her methods are not easy and often unfavorable, she helps these couples take control of their finances again. Much like a reality show, audiences are exposed to raw situations that demonstrating the stress the financial problems have on the marriage.
Gail Vaz-Oxlade has been featured on a number of talk shows, working with couples on their road to recovery as well. It’s almost like a financial boot camp, complete with sacrifice and tears. Though the show focuses on specific couples, it aims to inspire and help people as well.
When watching the show, tips are provided to these couples that may be useful to anyone suffering with financial problems. These tips can be worked into every day life or can be manipulated to fit anyone’s lifestyle. Many people feel they cannot recover from bankruptcy or debt, but if these couples can, so can viewers.
“Til Debt Do Us Part” provides tools for the average person to take control of debt problems. Tune into CNBC Saturdays at 10p ET for financial advice.