Most human beings have fantasized about getting married at least once in their lives. Whether you're still keen on the idea or not, you were probably once dead set on having your dream ceremony come to life before your very eyes, but that's not always how it works out. For people that do choose to tie the knot, a lot of planning, and so much money is involved, which can often make it difficult for people to really live out their fantasy. Unless you've been saving since you were born, or you just so happen to be a millionaire, a luxury wedding is pretty much out of the question, which ultimately, can result in some pretty big disappointments. Jessica Mulroney's I DO, REDO is premiering on CTV In 2020.
Even if you're not the kind of person who dreams of marriage, you may enjoy watching wedding shows on TV and living vicariously through others. A lot of these shows play up the trope of the "bridezilla", which although funny, can get rather tiring to watch after a while. Luckily, a new wedding series is on the horizon, and it's sure to tug at your heartstrings like no other.
The new series is a project between CTV, Netflix, and Canadian icon, Jessica Mulroney. I DO, REDO will tell the stories of 10 couples across North America, all of whom didn't get to have their dream wedding due to tragic and unexpected circumstances.
"Jessica is a tremendous talent with a huge heart who has committed herself fully to this project. We are beyond thrilled to be partnering with Jessica on I DO, REDO and to be creating a show that is not only full of heart and soul but also makes a difference in the lives of everyday people," said Insight Productions CEO & Executive Producer, John Brunton.
If you're not entirely sure who Mulroney is, you'll want to find out ASAP. Not only is she an incredibly respected fashion stylist, mother, and McGill graduate, but she also happens to be best friends with Meghan Markle (she's even styled some of her clients similarly to Markle).
Production of the show has already begun in the U.S. and in Canada. From what we know so far, viewers can expect to see ten 30-minute episodes hit Netflix for streaming sometime in 2020.