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Slice renews “Four Weddings Canada” for second season

The reality series (pictured) from Proper Television has received a 10-episode order from Canada's Shaw Media for a sophomore run.
May 1, 2012

Canada’s Shaw Media has renewed Four Weddings Canada, based on the ITV Studios’ format, for a second season.

The reality series, from indie producer Proper Television, debuted on Slice in January this year, and became the top-rated winter show on the specialty  channel. Shaw Media has ordered another 10 episodes from Proper, to be shot in  Toronto.

Four Weddings Canada sees four brides and four weddings compete against each other, with the winner to receive a dream honeymoon. The original Four Weddings series comes from Britain and Living TV, now Sky Living, and is produced by ITV Studios.

From Playback Daily.

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