TLC RENEWS SAY YES TO THE DRESS FOR A 16TH SEASON
(New York, NY) – TLC’s long-running series, SAY YES TO THE DRESS, is pulling out all of the stops for its sweet sixteen season, premiering on Saturday, January 6 at 8/7c. Kleinfeld Bridal is busier than ever this season, and consultants – old and new – are in high demand helping brides Say Yes! One bride may give her mother a heart attack if she buys an all-black dress; another hopes to choose a gown that can be replicated for her beloved dog to wear on the bride’s big day; plus, FLIPPING OUT’s Jenni Pulos and SHARK TANK’s Barbara Corcoran are just a couple of the exciting celebrity guests-of-the-bride who are tagging along this season.
After all of the dramatic and highly emotional shopping moments featured throughout the season, fans will be enchanted by some of the most breathtaking weddings yet. From ceremonies atop a glacier in Alaska and the Eiffel Tower in Paris, to newlyweds (and Randy!) experiencing the most extreme attraction at Coney Island, the all-new, sixteenth season of SAY YES TO THE DRESSS will be an unforgettable, wild ride!
Also, this season, Randy Fenoli begins a thrilling new chapter when he gets back to his roots designing wedding gowns! However, the stakes are high: not only does he need the full support of Kleinfeld, but he also needs to impress even the pickiest of brides in hopes of re-establishing himself as a highly sought-after designer in this competitive industry.
Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #SYTTD, ‘Like’ the show on Facebook, and watch full episodes by downloading the TLC Go app or visiting: TLC.com/SayYesToTheDress.
The Saturday night celebration will culminate in a new, two-hour special event featuring TLC’s FOUR WEDDINGS, airing at 9/8c. In a fresh twist, things are getting more personal – the featured brides are not strangers, rather they are close friends, and the grooms are teaming up with them to help pull off their magical day. The veils are coming off in the new two-hour format, and these blushing brides, who are all getting married around the same time, will evaluate each other’s weddings based on six categories: venue, food, dress, entertainment, originality and overall experience. The bride with the highest score will win an all-expense paid honeymoon for herself and her husband. (TLC)