The next series of Don't Tell The Bride will air on E4, it's been revealed.
The series originally started on BBC Three before moving to Sky in 2016.
Now the show will move channels again, airing what will be its twelfth series overall on E4.
E4 has confirmed that a total of 18 episodes have been commissioned, making it the biggest series so far.
"So much work has gone into making this series the best yet," a source told The Sun newspaper.
They continued: “There are some completely hopeless grooms who haven’t got a clue what they’re doing.
“And you can expect some seriously funny meltdowns from the brides. There are tears and tantrums in every single episode.”
Now a decade old, the hit show sees grooms given £14,000 to spend on their marriage while leaving their partner completely in the dark.
With no contact between the couple for three weeks the groom is on his own organising everything from the venue and the cake to the flowers and the all-important wedding dress. It’s more than some grooms can handle and more than some brides can take as they relinquish control of the most important day of their life.
Alex Cooke, CEO of programme makers Renegade Pictures said: “We love making Don’t Tell The Bride and we’re very pleased that it has a perfect new home on E4.”