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Australian Women's Weekly. Viewers were introduced to three of the six couples taking part in the new season of the controversial reality show, meeting Hank and Lily, Jess and Seyat, and Dylan and Ange. Fans on Twitter were certainly ready for the drama, though they may have gotten more than they bargained for.
Sneak Peek: Episode Two
Australian Women's Weekly. The reality TV show features five couples wanting to get married, but for various reasons, their loved ones don't want them walking down the aisle. As the cameras roll, the couples will attempt to salvage their troubled relationships with the families and get their disapproving loved ones to approve of their unions. But when exactly will all the explosive drama unfold? Well, the premiere date is fast approaching.
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Dee is 24, and only weeks away from marrying John, who is Can Dee get her granddad Paul's approval? Also, can builder Rob persuade his parents to accept he's gay as his nuptials loom? Jack and Chloe are 20 but Chloe's mum thinks they're too young to be engaged. Rob was once married to a woman, but now as he prepares to wed Simon, can he win his parents' blessing? As Shaaba and Jamie plan their engagement party, Shaaba's mum struggles with Jamie being transgender.
The series is an adaptation of an American program of the same name which aired for one season in on FYI. A second season premiered on 29 October  with six new couples. A 5-episode British version began broadcasting on Channel 4 on 5 June Seven put out a casting call in June seeking couples in diverse, multicultural or progressive relationships. At the network's upfronts in October , the network announced a "controversial new show" which was still filming at the time, whose format was being kept under wraps because disclosing details and the title of the program could affect participants. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.