The reality show called I Do, Redo follows couples who are getting married for the second time.
As per the press release it “revisits first-time wedding disasters before remaking the wedding dream."
Mulroney, a Canadian fashion stylist, took to Instagram to post a picture of herself promoting the show –– captioning it with '10 weddings. 10 deserving couples. A crazy schedule but worth every minute, every smile and every tear.
'A project we poured our hearts into. Thank you to all who supported me along the way. I cannot wait to share these stories with you. Coming soon.'
Since Mulroney is rumoured to have advised Meghan in planning her royal wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018, the Torontonian seems like a natural fit to host the series.
"We are aiming to make a significant difference in the lives of our chosen couples whose first weddings did not go as planned due to tragic circumstances," Mulroney said in a press release announcing the news.
"I really wanted to show a side of weddings that I believe in. I connect with couples all the time in such a real way," she explained in the clip.
Even though Mulroney admits to finding "bridezilla" wedding shows "fun and exciting" at times, it wasn't the side of weddings that she wanted to highlight in her series.
"I want to show something real, something where we can help couples who’ve had a rough go and really give them something that they deserve," she said.
Since word of the show got out, network CTV has disputed reports that the Meghan would have multiple appearances on the show, writing on Twitter, "As confirmed to @PageSix yesterday, the Duchess of Sussex does not appear in upcoming @CTV series I Do, Redo."
I Do, Redo will premiere on Netflix on March 22, 2020 with ten 30-minute episodes.