Married at First Sight Season 3 Airs 2-Hour Premiere December 1st; Will Reality Series Redeem Itself from Criticisms?
The social experiment continues in the third installment of Married at First Sight. The series will premiere its new season on 1 December with new couples and more drama. Series tries to regain its reputation from negative reviews in Season 2.
The People confirmed the renewal of American reality television series Married at First Sight for Season 3 under the FYI network. Six individuals who agreed to be wedded within the group after the moment they meet.The experts are clinical psychologist, Dr. Joseph Cilona, sexologist, Dr. Logan Levkoff, sociologist, Dr. Pepper Schwartz, and humanist chaplain, Greg Epstein are the ones to match the partners based on experts' scientific knowledge.
Season 1 couples Monet Bell and Vaughn Copeland divorced shortly after the first season closed while both couples Jason Carrion and Courtney Hendrix and Doug Hehner and Jamie Otis are still together but struggling in their married lives. The remaining Season 1 couples have their own show, Married at First Sight: The First Year.
Season 2 couples of Married at First Sight are currently divorced and none of the couples lasted for more than six months. Davina and Sean divorced right after the season ended while it was revealed that both Jessica Castro and Ryan De Nino separated before the series' special. Also, Jaclyn Methuen and Ryan Ranellone are no longer together.
In the teaser video of Married at First Sight Season 3 which can be watched here, new pairings will be seen. The social experiment continues with new singles marrying a complete stranger. The couples will be given a chance to work out their relationship or if not, can divorce after the first few months.
The daring show received negative feedbacks saying Married at First Sight breaks the sanctity of marriage especially after Season 2. In the post by Day Herald, Executive Producer Kinetic Content justified that the pairing were done scientifically and participants were aware of the consequences. The rigorous test and extensive background check helped the experts on the match making decisions, however it the show did not guarantee if couples will have their happy endings together.
Married at First Sight will redeem itself on Season 3 with a two-hour premiere on 1 December 2015, 9pm at FYI.
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