Narrated by Roger Craig Smith and executively produced by Grace Inge, TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress is an American reality TV series that debuted on October 12, 2007, on the network TLC. The reality series showcases scenes at the Kleinfeld Bridal store located in Manhattan. The series carefully executes the development of personal sales associates, executives, and garment fitters at the store, alongside varied Brides to be as they hunt for their perfect wedding gown.
Popular issues comprise oppressive opinion of friends and family, the capacity of the “perfect dress” to enable a bride overcome personal problem, issues with their body type and concerns, and the most difficult task of keeping up within budget, particularly when it comes to dresses by a Kleinfeld’s well-renowned designer, Pnina Tornai. The price of the dresses ranges from $1,300 to a whopping $40,000.
Say Yes to the Dress has spanned a total of twenty-one seasons throughout the years. It’s one of the most popular and longest-running shows on TLC and it’s no wonder why many fans of this show are eagerly awaiting the release of the twenty-second season despite season 21 being just aired on July 9, 2022.
Here’s everything we know about season 22 of Say Yes to the Dress.
Will Say Yes to the Dress Be Renewed For Season 22?
Currently, the reality series is not renewed. TLC will however renew the series in the coming days since it is one of TLC’s popular shows and has amassed a huge fan following over the years and although there are no concrete details concerning a season 22, fans are highly optimistic that Say Yes to the Dress will return with a new season and with new future brides as they search for the perfect wedding gown.
Say Yes to the Dress Season 22 Release Date
An official release for season 2 of Say Yes to the Dress has not been confirmed. The show makers are taking their sweet time to provide an update while fans are anxiously awaiting the return of season 22. At this point, we’re unsure when the new season will hit the small screen but we can assume that it probably won’t take a lot of time. If we look back at the previous season’s releases, the reality series has been consistent with all its season’s releases up to date. Moreover, season 21 came out on July 9, 2022, and is ongoing. So once the season wraps, the show makers will hopefully make an announcement regarding season 22 of the show.
So when it comes down to the air date, we can predict that the upcoming season will most likely arrive sometime in 2023 considering it gets renewed this year and production goes smoothly.
Say Yes to the Dress Season 22 Cast
The popular reality series does not require actors to play a certain part nor does it need a whole lot of cast members to keep the show entertaining. Similarly, like every other reality show, there will be new faces. In the case of this show, new brides-to-be will be featured in the show as they look for the perfect wedding gown. However, it is also possible that viewers might also get to see some of the old cast members returning and can also expect to see a star cast although nothing is confirmed about this.
Here are the following cast members who are expected to return in season 22 of Say yes to the Dress.
- Roger Craig Smith will be back as the Narrator
- Randy Fenoli
- Ronnie Rothstein
- Mara Urshel
- Emily Pokora
- Amy Pokora
- Debbie Asprea
- Tate Chalk
- Stephanie Bloom
- Nik Pace
In addition, viewers will be introduced to entirely new cast members mainly consisting of the bride and her family and friends. The staff and executives at Kleinfeld’s Bridal store will hopefully remain the same.
What Can We Expect in Season 22 of Say Yes to the Dress?
This season will most likely follow the same concept and themes similar to the past season of the show. The central focus will be on the bride-to-be and her story of struggles and problems.
Where To Watch Say Yes to the Dress Season 22?
Season 22 of Say Yes to the Dress will exclusively premiere on TLC. However, an official release date is not out for now. In the meantime, you can watch all the twenty-one seasons of the reality series on Amazon Prime.