Six months have passed since three couples met and married as strangers. Host, Kevin Frazier catches up with the couples and experts who matched them to ask the questions America can't wait to find out.
The six weeks have come to an end and the three couples must now decide whether or not they want to stay married or get a divorce. Brought together by the experts, the couples are now in control of their fate. Will any of the couples choose to stay married? Has the experiment been a success? The couples reveal their decisions to the experts.
Five weeks into married life and the three couples are a week away from deciding if they want to stay married or get a divorce. Spiritual advisor, Greg Epstein, encourages the couples to work hard on their relationship, and with the experiment drawing close to an end, this could be just the beginning of their marriages.
The three couples who married at first sight four weeks ago have gone on a honeymoon, spent the holidays together, moved in with each other and attempted to blend their lives together as husband and wife. Sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz visits each couple to assess their living situations; are the couples cohabiting in a shared home or just coexisting?
Three couples who married as strangers open up to sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff, talking about sex and intimacy, both key components of a happy marriage. Some couples are struggling more than others in this area. Can Dr. Levkoff help guide the couples toward a healthy intimate relationship?
Three newlywed couples that married at first sight must learn to cope with the conflicts arising in their relationships. Psychologist, Dr. Joseph Cilona, spends time with the couples helping them come to terms with their new lives and helping them to work through issues threatening to destroy their marriages.
Three newlywed couples who met and married as strangers just three weeks ago have honeymooned, dealt with the holidays, set up a new home and celebrated the New Year together. With the honeymoon period well over, they face the challenges of everyday life as a married couple. Will this time alone feel like a breath of fresh air or a black cloud hovering over their heads?
In just the two weeks of knowing each other, the three couples met and married at the altar, honeymooned, celebrated the holidays and moved in together. Now, they prepare to bring in the New Year for the first time as husband and wife.
The dust has settled from the holidays and now it's time for the three couples who married as strangers to decide where to live. Location of their new home becomes a stressful situation for all three couples. Tensions rise as viewers see who is and who is not prepared to make sacrifices and ultimately to make a life-changing move.
The three couples who married as strangers return from their honeymoons to face the festive holiday period together as husband and wife. The newlyweds have known each other for less than a week yet must combine their holiday traditions. Tensions run high over the holiday season and this could make or break their marriages.
The newlyweds met and married as strangers. They have known each other for just a few days yet are already on their honeymoons. In this extreme social experiment, viewers will see if romance develops...or not.
Three couples longing for love and commitment just said "I do" to a complete stranger. The wedding celebration ends and the couples head to their bridal suite to spend their very first night alone together as married strangers. Will intimacy grow between the couples on their wedding night or will they feel even more like strangers? And less than 24 hours after they meet, they head off to their honeymoon destinations.
Six singles who have tried everything to find love but have not succeeded, have agreed to put their fate in the hands of four experts and will take the most extreme step yet: marry a total stranger.
Married at First Sight is back for a season 2. In this social experiment, a team of experts combine their research with the hopes of matching three couples to get married at first sight.
In this radical social experiment, over 7,000 singles applied to be matched by a team of experts to be married at first sight. This special is an in-depth exploration of the matchmaking process and introduces the experiment, the experts and the candidates brave enough to marry a stranger. If the experts succeed, three couples will not meet until they say "I do" at their wedding ceremony.
A team of relationship experts aim to match three couples to get married at first sight. Once the matches are made, the couples have less than one week to prepare for their weddings without knowing anything about their future spouse.
A team of relationship experts have matched six singles who have failed to find love and have agreed to marry a total stranger. The first time the couples meet is at their wedding ceremony. Will they all have the courage to say "I do?"
The newlyweds met for the first time at their wedding and now, within 24 hours of saying "I do," head off on their honeymoons. Will the time alone bring these couples closer together or tear them apart?
The three couples who married as strangers return from their honeymoons. After having known each other for less than a week, the newlyweds must now decide on where to live.
Three couples who met at the altar just over a week ago begin to settle into everyday life. Having just moved in together, they are now facing the challenges of living with their new spouse who they barely know. When their busy schedules start to cause conflict, who will make time for their new marriages and who won’t?
The three newly married couples have known each other for just two weeks but already struggles with sex, trust, and emotional connection are brought to light. The couples open up to sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff: Jason and Cortney question whether they share the same core values; Doug's patience is tested by Jamie's trust issues; and Vaughn and Monet enjoy physical intimacy but struggle with emotional closeness outside of the bedroom.
Our three couples take the next step and attempt to merge their new marriages with their old social lives. Some friends and families are more accepting than others. Dr. Pepper Schwartz visits all three couples to see who is really making the effort to integrate their worlds versus who is still keeping their distance. Monet wants Vaughn to hang out with her girlfriends. Doug invites his parents over for dinner so his mother, who is skeptical of Jamie, can start to get to know her better. Jason goes to one of Cortney’s burlesque performances, and Cortney goes to one of Jason’s wrestling matches. Jamie’s tough past comes back to haunt her as she takes husband, Doug, to visit the trailer park she grew up in.
Three newlywed couples that married at first sight must learn to cope with the conflicts arising in their relationships. Cortney confronts Jason about why he’s not introducing her to his ailing mother. Jason continues to keep up his guard, and Cortney is starting to worry if she can ever break down his walls. Monet has surgery and Vaughn's mother pays them a visit. Just as Jamie was letting Doug in, she catches him in a trust-shattering lie. Are their marriages strong enough to withstand these tests? All couples go to see Dr. Joseph Cilona to work through these hard issues and see if they can save their marriages.
One month into marriage, our three couples are only days away from the end of the experiment. Spiritual advisor Greg Epstein advises the newlyweds to use their remaining days to do something romantic for one another to help them decide whether to stay married or get divorced. After Vaughn and Monet make a breakthrough in communication, they enjoy a "first date" and focus on reconnecting. Jason and Cortney have dinner on a boat and exchange thoughtful gifts, but only one of them is convinced they're a perfect match. Jamie recreates her wedding photos with Doug, and though she can now pose romantically with her husband, she still has her doubts about their future.
The five weeks are over and time draws near for the couples to decide whether or not they want to stay married or get a divorce. In these last moments of the experiment, Monet gives it her all for love by finally cooking a homemade dinner for Vaughn. Is it too little too late or will it be enough to bring them together after all they've been through? Even though Cortney seems to be dedicated to her marriage, she prepares herself for heartbreak as Jason continues to keep his guard up. Jamie must decide once and for all if she's really forgiven Doug for his lie and is capable of starting the family with him that she's always wanted. All three couples visit the experts one last time to reveal their decisions. The experts paired them together at the beginning but now they must choose for themselves. Which marriages will survive, and which will be torn apart?
Six months have passed since this social experiment started, and the three couples met at the altar. Anything could have happened. Host Kevin Frasier and the four Married At First Sight experts get the chance to catch up with the couples and ask them the questions America wants answered. Which couples are still together? Have Doug and Jamie had sex yet? Have Jason and Cortney met each other's families? Have Vaughn and Monet talked since the last day of the experiment? And for the first time ever, all three couples are together in the same room to discuss their experiences.
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Jaclyn and Ryan R. look back on the beginnings of their marriage and describe what motivated their final choice in this web exclusive from "The Big Decision."
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Sean and Davina head to the water to send their wishes out into the world in this scene from "The Big Decision."
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Jaclyn introduces Ryan to the fun of face masks in this scene from "Lifestyle."
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After admitting their first impressions of one another, Ryan and Jaclyn go on a climbing-wall date in this web exclusive from "Intimacy."
Jaclyn agrees to allow Ryan more control over the little things in their relationship in this scene from "Intimacy."
Sean pays tribute to Davina's interest in space by giving her a night in her own planetarium in this web exclusive from "Intimacy."
Dr. Joseph helps Sean and Davina to clarify how they should view one another in times of disagreement in this web exclusive from "Conflict."
Ryan is surprisingly willing to change the way he speaks to Jessica after they meet with Dr. Joseph in this web exclusive from "Conflict."
Their first meeting with Dr. Joseph gives Ryan and Jaclyn perspective on Ryan's newfound introversion in this web exclusive from "Conflict."
Davina vents to Dr. Joseph about her building resentment toward Sean in this scene from "Conflict."
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