SBS is filming new episodes of documentary TV series Marry Me, Marry My Family and they’re encouraging same-sex couples to apply.
The show explores what happens when people from two different cultures exchange vows, and how the two families blend their own religions, traditions and cultures.
The show’s first season, screened earlier this year, profiled a range of couples whose marriages meant uniting several often-clashing cultures.
A second series of the show is now underway, and the producers are encouraging same-sex couples who come from two different cultural backgrounds and are planning to wed in the next 6 months to apply to appear on the show.
“The series will be a warm and celebratory story of multicultural Australia – a snapshot of who we are today and where we’re going,” an SBS spokesperson said.
“For you and your family, it’s an opportunity to showcase your beliefs and rituals to the wider Australian public.
“We want to hear your inspiring story about love conquering all.”
To find out more about the show, visit the SBS website here.