MTV has announced it will air a U.S. version of Ex on the Beach, which will premiere in April and feature a cast comprised of many familiar reality TV faces.

Ex on the Beach, which was made famous on MTV UK and has aired in numerous countries, will premiere its American version on Thursday, April 19 at 9PM ET/PT.

The show will begin with 10 Singles, many of whom have starred on The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, The Challenge, Vanderpump Rules, Bad Girls Club or Are You the One?.

Ex on the Beach will also launch a special on MTV one week prior to its premiere on Thursday, April 12 at 10PM ET/PT in which viewers will be introduced to the cast.

The show will feature 10 cast members arriving in paradise under the impression it will be your typical reality dating show -- until they are blindsided by their exes, or multiple exes, face-to-face.

The reality TV Singles who will be starring on the show are Jasmine Goode from The Bachelor's 21st season and Bachelor in Paradise, Chase McNary from Season 12 of The Bachelorette, Paul Calafiore from Big Brother, Faith Stowers from Vanderpump Rules, Cory Wharton from The Challenge, Angela Babicz from Bad Girls Club, and Taylor Selfridge from Are You The One?.

And then there will be three "everyday Singles" on the show who will mix and mingle: Tor'i Brooks, Victoria Alario, and Chris Pearson.

The Exes who will show up and shake things up include six individuals who had appeared on MTV's Are You The One?: Shanley Mcintee, Derrick Henry, Cameron Kolbo, Joe Torgerson, Alicia Wright, and Andre Siemers.

The other Exes are Marcus Rosenzweig, Marco Delvecchio, Skyler Mikkelson, Lexi Marsella, June Robinson, Luis Rivera, Haley Read, and Chelsko Thompson.

"A complicated web of hookups, deceit, revenge and drama unfolds against the sultry backdrop as couples decide if their love can be reignited, or if the flame of romance is gone for good," the network teases.

Hip-hop artist and actor Romeo will serve as the host of Ex on the Beach, which was filmed in Hawaii.

Ex on the Beach will air 10, one-hour episodes over the course of its first season. The U.S. version is the eleventh adaptation of the show.