‘Married at First Sight:’ Poor Batting Average in the US, Denmark and Australia
The Television series “Married at First Sight” suffers poor battling average not only in the US but also in Australia and Denmark. Read for more details.
According to Master Herald, most people say that the show would be renewed for Season 3 next year because of the miserable things that happened to the three pairs during the Season 2 of the series in the US.
Jaclyn Methuen and Ryan Ranellone have recently declared that they are in the process of getting a divorce. We could see that the other two couples Jessica Castro & Ryan De Nino and Davina Kullar & Sean Varricchio, have also broken up. Hence, obviously, the show would lose its attraction as it has put an end to the good part of the story.
Castro and her well-wishers faced the need to file a “temporary restraining order” against her husband. It was said that De Nino threatened to kill her, as well as, her family as she found out his lesbian relationship. This is in fact something extreme between any couple.
To sum up, the outlet reported that “of the six couples in America for Seasons 1 and 2, four in Denmark, and four in Australia, only two out of the 14 succeeded in the social experiment, accounting for a measly batting average of only 14.3%.”
As the once sweet couples failed in their relationships and eventually went to extremes of ending up their marriage, the show a poor batting average in terms of couple success not only in the US but also in Denmark as well as in Australia.
Many people criticize the show in the US for having a “poor selection process on the couples that they are marrying on first sight.”
Hence, it is expected that the showrunners should consider ending the social experiment and the show for good in order to stop its contributions and impact that it could have in increasing failed marriages in the world.
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