Cabler books a second honeymoon with skein
TLC’s “Four Weddings” has drawn a second-season renewal.
After a 10-episode first season, cabler will go ahead with eight hourlong episodes this time around. New season is set to premiere in September.
“Four Weddings” follows four different brides who attend each other’s nuptials and judge how the affair is coming along. Criteria are food, dress, venue, overall experience and originality. The winning newlyweds receive a five-star honeymoon.
First season, which premiered Jan. 30, averaged 1.1 million viewers.
Series is produced by TLC and exec produced by ITV Studios.