WE tv has ordered a 10th season of popular reality series Bridezillas, along with a new spinoff, Marriage Bootcamp: Bridezillas, which follows five bridezillas trying to save their marriages — all while living under one roof. WE tv also has picked up a sixth season of celebrity wedding and event planner David Tutera’s My Fair Wedding With David Tutera, now titled David Tutera Unveiled, which features Tutera planning and executing weddings and other over-the-top soirees. WE tv has ordered 22 hourlong episodes of Bridezillas, nine episodes of Marriage Bootcamp: Bridezillas, and eight episodes of David Tutera Unveiled for summer. Here is more information on Marriage Bootcamp: Bridezillas:
Marriage Bootcamp: Bridezillas features five outrageous Bridezillas and their husbands living together in the same house for an extreme marriage boot camp in an effort to work out their marriage demons and answer the burning question – Is their marriage worth saving? Couples whose marriages are on a path to destruction undergo a two-week boot camp run by husband and wife counseling team, Jim and Elizabeth Carroll, and rounded out by counselors Dana Hamman and David Bishop. During this intensive program, these four counselors go head to head with the bridezillas and their mates, putting them through a progressive series of strategic exercises and drills designed to get at the root of what’s destroying their marriages. In the end, couples are faced with the ultimate question: how do you stay married to a bridezilla? Marriage Bootcamp: Bridezillas is produced by Thinkfactory Media, in cooperation with September Films, the production company behind Bridezillas. The executive producers for Thinkfactory Media are Adam Freeman, Adam Reed, Moriah Muse and Leslie Greif. The September Films executive producers on Bridezillas are Laura Halperin and David Green. David Tutera Unveiled is produced by Pilgrim Studios, with Craig Piligian and Melodie Calvert serving as executive producers.