When it comes to can’t-miss TV, it doesn’t get much better than wedding shows—there’s love, there’s drama, and best of all, there’s a gorgeous wedding we get to lust after. That is, assuming the couple and their entourage pull it off. We all know there’s a fine line between wedding glory and wedding disaster—that’s where the experts like wedding and style guru Jessica Mulroney come in.
That’s right, Jessica is entering the TV wedding space for a new CTV and Netflix show called I Do, Redo. The series will see Mulroney take deserving couples whose weddings were disasters and give them a do-over to make all their Big Day dreams come true. A premise like that is a marriage of—sorry, not sorry—some of our favourite things: weddings, couples declaring their forever love to one another publicly and a happy ending.
Consisting of 10 30-minute episodes, the first season will feature Canadian and American couples who will work with Jessica to overhaul their first nuptials with her insightful professional help. And if you thought you were excited, Mulroney (who is currently a fashion contributor on Good Morning America) is even more over the moon.
“When I believe in something, I go after it at full speed, and I’m blessed to be able to create a show that truly inspires me,” she said via press release. “This project will help couples recover from disappointing wedding days and hopefully make a significant difference in their lives in a side of the wedding industry that has never been shown.”
We’re fully expecting some emotional journeys on this feel-good series and likely lots of tears.
Jessica Mulroney has been a staple of the Canadian wedding and fashion scene for years, working as a stylist, who champions Canadian brands to boot, to big names like Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, Tessa Virtue and Meghan Markle (yes, the Duchess of Sussex herself) and styling the weddings of a number of high-profile hockey players as well as etalk‘s own Liz Trinnear. She also became a Bumble BFF adviser this year through where she mentors women to help them reach their career, fitness and personal goals.
I Do, Redo will air domestically on CTV and CTV Life Channel in 2020 and internationally on Netflix.