Hosted by The X Factor's Dermot O'Leary, the programme is based on a US TV format devised by Jerry Seinfeld. The show involves real couples sharing their marital issues and disputes with a studio audience and a panel of famous faces.
Corden, Ross and Halliwell will be joined on the show by comedians Alan Carr, Jimmy Carr, Sarah Millican and Micky Flanagan.
The seven-part series will involve quirky disagreements on issues such as a man who loves his cat more than his partner and a woman who wants her husband to give up his skateboarding hobby.
ITV's commissioning editor for comedy and entertainment Claire Zolkwer said: "We are absolutely delighted to have so many great celebrities and comedians on our panel. Each week there will be three people commenting on the disputes, with Dermot as host.
"The panellists we've chosen are certainly not backward in coming forward, so there's bound to be some lively debates on subjects we can all relate to."
The Marriage Ref will air in July on ITV1.