“Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” 2016 Cast
The Season 4 cast of “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” will try to save their relationship's from crumbling in the upcoming WE TV series. WE TV

It’s off to boot camp for these reality stars — “Marriage Boot Camp” that is! This summer, the hit WE TV show will return for its fourth season of the star-studded series, which will feature a fresh cast of troublesome stars and explosive, new drama.

In the first trailer of the forthcoming reality show it was revealed that “Sharknado” star Tara Reid and her “party boy” beau Dean May will attempt to work on their crumbling relationship. In the promo video, the couple — each sporting handcuffs — can be seen having an intense conversation that gets interrupted by the show’s camera crew.

“Can you leave us for a second?” Tara asks, shooing them away. Another clip from the trailer shows the “Hollywood wild child” searching the “Marriage Boot Camp” house for a bottle of tequila amid what appears to be a fight. But Tara and Dean won’t be the only couple trying to save their marriage in the upcoming season.

Michelle Money and Cody Sattler from “Bachelor in Paradise” will reveal their romance has been anything but a walk on the beach in the upcoming installment, while Lisa D’Amato of “America’s Next Top Model” proves her relationship with Adam Friedman isn’t exactly picture perfect. Brittish Williams and Lorenzo Gordon of “Basketball Wives LA” will also partake in the marriage counseling in addition to Toya and Memphtiz Wright from “Toya Family Affair,” who will attempt to work through their infidelity issues.

“If I don’t get the love from you, I’m gonna get it,” Memphtiz warns the ex-wife of Lil’ Wayne in the trailer.

Luckily for these in distress stars, Montel Williams will pay a visit to the “Marriage Boot Camp” house, which is reportedly “full of secrets and lies,” to lend a helping hand and marriage advice to the troubled twosomes. But can Montel’s words of wisdom help these couples overcome their marital issues? It looks like the former talk show host, who attended boot camp for the Marine Corps after graduating high school in 1974, will have his work cut out for him in the upcoming season.

In the trailer, viewers witness their fair share of violence, tears and jaw-dropping moments. Check out the promo video for Season 4 of “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” below.

“Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” will premiere its fourth season on WE TV this June.