The UK original - which follows a series of grooms as they attempt to organise their wedding without the bride's intervention - first aired in 2007.
The American adaptation, in which the groom is given $25,000 to spend, premiered on Oprah Winfrey's network OWN in October 2011.
"Bringing the US version back to the UK is a real coup and testament to the quality of the series," DRG exec Patrick Roberts told The Hollywood Reporter.
The UK version of Don't Tell The Bride already airs in the US on BBC America, with the fifth series averaging 1.2m million viewers.
A sixth series of the original show has been confirmed and will also air on BBC Three later this year. The programme was recently nominated in the 'Factual Entertainment' category at this year's Rose d'Or Festival.
Don't Tell The Bride US currently airs on OWN on Thursdays at 9/8c.
Watch a clip of the US Don't Tell The Bride below: