Since the renewal of “Married at First Sight” season 3 announced, the fans are eagerly waiting for its airing to see the future of the participants despite knowing the negative consequence of several couples. While the series has started gaining headlines as it is getting closer to its airing date in December, a recent rumor has surfaced that the season 3 of “Married at First Sight” would be replaced by “Seven Year Switch.” Read below to get more of the rumor.
According to Venture Capital Post, the buzz is around that “Married at First Sight” season 3 could be replaced by “Seven Year Switch” due to the “disastrous pairing.” The consequence was like the three pairs did not agree to stay together while one pair ended with total separation. Jessica Castro was cheated by her husband Ryan De Nino and was also threatened to be killed. The issue became headlines when Nino threatened to kill her and her family as she decided to leave him and file for separation.
In fact, one of the most notable information for the viewers is that the show time of “Married at First Sight” season 3 is expected to have longer period than before. Each episode will reportedly be extended from 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
On the other hand, the fans and viewers of “Married at First Sight” can expect the return of Jamie and Doug in season 3, along with Cortney Hendrix and Jason Carrion, Vine Report revealed. They will reportedly discuss about their financial struggles and other challenges they usually confront in adjusting to their new marital life.
“Married at First Sight” is prepared with an objective to make a social experiment. The show features three pairs (six singles) getting married (without having no information about each other) after meeting for the first time. Four renowned specialists – Dr. Joseph Cilona (Psychologist), Greg Epstein (Spiritual Advisor), Dr. Logan Levkoff (Sexologist ) and Dr. Pepper Schwartz (Sociologist) – are supposed to make the necessary judgment.
“Married at First Sight” is slated to have its premiere on FYI on Dec. 1, 2015.
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