Married at First Sight
2 Series, 8 Episodes
Once the matches are made, the couples have just ten days to prepare for their weddings without knowing anything about their future spouses - not even their names. Will any of them get cold feet?
The first time the three new couples meet is at the altar during their wedding ceremonies as they form initial impressions of each other and prepare to say 'I do' in front of family and friends
The wedding celebration ends and the couples head to their bridal suites to spend their very first night alone together. Will intimacy grow between these married strangers on their wedding night?
The newlyweds have known each other for just a few days and yet they are already on their honeymoons. As they enjoy the experience of being away from home, the cameras record whether romance develops.
The three couples return from honeymoon to face the festive holiday period together as husband and wife. It's a time when tensions are traditionally highest, which could make or break their marriages.
The dust has settled from the holidays and now it's time for the newlyweds to decide where to live. Moving home is a stressful situation for all three couples. Who will be prepared to make sacrifices?
In just two weeks, the couples met and married, 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 honeymoon period is over and the newlyweds must face the challenges of everyday life as married couples. Will this time alone feel like a breath of fresh air or a black cloud over their heads?
The couples must cope with conflicts arising in their relationships. Psychologist Dr Joseph Cilona helps them adjust to their new lives and work through issues that could undermine their marriages.
The newlyweds open up to sexologist Dr Logan Levkoff about sex and intimacy, both key components of a happy marriage. Can she guide these struggling couples towards a healthy, intimate relationship?
As the couples try to blend their lives together as husband and wife, sociologist Dr Pepper Schwartz visits them to assess their situations. Are they truly sharing a joint home or merely co-existing?
Five weeks into married life and the couples must decide in just one week whether they want to stay married or part company. Spiritual adviser Greg Epstein urges them to work on their relationships.
The six weeks have come to an end and the couples must now decide whether they want to stay married or get a divorce. They reveal their decisions to the experts. Has the experiment been a success?
The six participants return to the studio six months after they first met to be interviewed about their experiences in the first of a two-part revisit to the controversial social experiment
In the second instalment of this two-part revisit, the six participants reveal more of their thoughts and feelings about the radical social experiment in which they were married at first sight