Don’t Tell The Bride is back for another series with season 16 set to launch on E4.
Each series attempts to outdo the previous with the type of outrageous and ridiculous weddings that force us into questioning whether the show is actually real.
Sorry brides, but it’s all real!
Here’s how you can watch the brand new Don’t Tell The Bride 2019 series on TV and online.
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Watch Don’t Tell the Bride 2019 on TV
Don’t Tell The Bride first aired nine years ago on BBC3 but changed hands to become a Channel 4 production in 2017.
E4 launched 15 episodes in their 2018 series, so expect an onslaught of Don’t Tell The Bride coming your way!
The show normally airs on E4 at 9 pm on Wednesdays so the format should remain the same for 2019.
You can expect the new series to air around August of 2019 as the show usually airs in the summer.
Don’t Tell the Bride 2019 Budget
For the 2019 series, Channel 4 is providing £13,000 to get creative with.
Fancy taking part in the show? Apply here.
The application includes general questions along with links to your social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
There are also three questions to answer in detail: Are you engaged? Have you made any plans so far for your wedding day? Why do you want to take part in Don’t Tell The Bride?
The application also requires photos and an optional video to fast track your application.
Watch Don’t Tell the Bride Online
All 15 episodes of the latest series (2018) are available on the official Channel 4 media player, ALL4.
There’s also a ton of episodes from all the previous seasons right back to season 1 in 2007, so you can binge-watch DTB until your heart is content.
When the all-new 2019 series comes out on E4, the episodes will be available to watch on the ALL4 player shortly after they’ve aired on TV.
WATCH DON’T TELL THE BRIDE ON E4 IN 2019.