One partner is ready to get married, while the other one isn't sure.

The team behind 'Love Is Blind' and 'Married At First Sight' have concocted yet another steamy and head-turning reality show: enter 'The Ultimatum'.

'The Ultimatum: Marry Or Move On' hits Netflix this April, hosted by husband and wife duo Nick and Vanessa Lachay, reprising their 'Love Is Blind' hosting gigs.

The concept of the reality show could see already fairly established couples end their relationships, or it could lead to their happily ever after. It sees six different couples meet each-other and live together, all of whom are on the verge of marriage. However, the snag is that one partner in the couple is ready to get married, while the other has their doubts.

Stemming from the title of the series, an ultimatum is issued, and in just over eight weeks they must either commit to marriage or move on as singletons - or with a potential new lover.

But wait - there's more. The most shocking part of the series is that during those eight weeks, each person will choose a new potential partner from one of the OTHER couples in the house. They'll then shack up with this new potential love interest for three weeks. Juicy, no?

Will this lead each of them down the road of appreciating their partner more than ever? Or will it be a case of realising they're better off without them? It sure will be a life-changing opportunity at experiencing two different potential futures.

The series comes in the wake of 'Love Is Blind' season two ending on Netflix in February. Proving to be quite a popular concept, there has been a couple of other versions of the show in both Brazil and Japan.

Here's the trailer for 'The Ultimatum'.

'The Ultimatum: Marry Or Move On' hits Netflix on April 6.