Four Weddings follows a similar style to Come Dine with Me and involves four brides/grooms attending each other's weddings and rating them on:

Dress (out of 10), Venue (out of 10), Food (out of 10), Overall Experience (out of 10)

At the end of the show, they'll discover which of the couples has won a luxury honeymoon. Viewers can also play online in the "Online wedding rater" and rate the weddings as they are shown for comparison with the rest of the public.

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-07-06

Four Weddings - Four Sisters and a Wedding - Netflix

Four Sisters and A Wedding is a 2013 Filipino comedy-drama film directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and critically acclaimed as one of Philippines' best film of all time. The film features Star Cinema's most prominent young actresses: Angel Locsin, Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga and Shaina Magdayao, as the four sisters attempting to stop the wedding of their younger brother played by Enchong Dee. Actress Angelica Panganiban was originally part of the main cast but was pulled out and was replaced by Shaina Magdayao. The film is part of Star Cinema's 20th anniversary presentation in collaboration with Rebisco's 50th anniversary. Four Sisters and a Wedding was released in the Philippines on June 26, 2013, and internationally on July 5, 2013

Four Weddings - Supporting Cast - Netflix

Coney Reyes as Grace Salazar Sam Milby as Tristan Harris Angeline Quinto as Princess Antoinette Mae Bayag Carmi Martin as Jeanette Bayag / Salarzara Boboy Garovillo as Honey Boy Bayag Janus del Prado as Frodo Bernard Palanca as Chad Vangie Labalan as Manang Joy Viado† as Sassa Cecil Paz as Toti Marie Samantha Faytaren as Trixie Harris Juan Rodrigo as Mr. Salazar (voice and photo appearances only) (Uncredited) Mocha Uson as herself; third party girl of Chad

Four Weddings - References - Netflix