Channel 4 are set to reboot reality series Four Weddings after nearly ten year off-air, according to reports.
The series, which originally aired on Sky from 2009-13, sees four brides/grooms attending each other's weddings and rating them based on various categories including dress, venue, food and overall experience.
Multistory Media (part of ITV Studios) are understood to be behind the new series, which is set to air on Channel 4 and follows a similar format to existing Channel 4 daytime series Come Dine With Me.
The source added: "“Producers have seen the success of Married At First Sight and are looking to make Four Weddings a hit with even more drama than the original. Everyone loves a wedding show, especially after the success of Don't Tell The Bride...
"Casting agents are currently scouring the country for zany, original and different weddings to avoid the run-of-the-mill ceremony. They want lots of characters and plan to feature same sex weddings too this time around."
TV Zone approached Channel 4 for comment.