TLC has announcedSay Yes to the Dress will premiere its sixteenth season on Saturday, January 6 at 8PM ET/PT.
Kleinfeld Bridal will be busier than ever this season, and consultants -- old and new -- will be in high demand when brides look for their unique and perfect wedding dresses.
"One bride may give her mother a heart attack if she buys an all-black dress, and another hopes to choose a gown that can be replicated for her beloved dog to wear on the bride's big day," teases the network.
Flipping Out star Jenni Pulos and Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran will also make an appearance on Say Yes to the Dress next season, as the celebrities will tag along with brides-to-be who mean a lot to them personally.
In addition to the dramatic and emotional moments of gown shopping, viewers will also witness clips from the actual weddings -- including ceremonies located atop a glacier in Alaska as well as the Eiffel Tower in Paris. And one wedding will take place at Coney Island.
Fan-favorite consultant, Randy Fenoli, will also be shown starting a new chapter in his life in which he'll return to his roots and design wedding dresses.
"However, the stakes are high. Not only does [Randy] 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," according to TLC.
Following the debut of Say Yes to the Dress' sixteenth season, TLC will air a special two-hour episode of Four Weddings at 9PM ET/PT.
In a new twist, the featured brides in Four Weddings are not strangers but rather close friends all getting married around the same time.
The brides and their grooms will evaluate each other's weddings based on venue, food, dress, entertainment, originality and overall experience. The bride to receive the highest score will win an all-expense paid honeymoon for herself and her husband.
Say Yes to the Dress is produced by Half Yard Productions, while Four Weddings is produced by ITV Studios, Inc.