Six single people are going to be introduced at the altar and married off on television in a bid to find the formula for the perfect relationship.
The couples will take part in Channel 4's show Married At First Sight which aims to find out if science can produce a stable marriage.
The show, which is based on a hit Danish programme, will reduce a pool of 200 people down to six singles who will be matched up by a panel of experts and cameras will follow their first six weeks together.
At the end of filming, the couples will be asked if they want to go their separate ways or stay together.
Channel 4's chief creative officer Jay Hunt said the show was "taking on Britain's reputation as the divorce capital of Europe".