With repeated unsuccessful consequences of “Married At First Sight” season 2, it was beyond expectation that any season would be ultimately prepared for airing. But the most important fact is that the upcoming season will bring a very new concept to reality television show’s global fans in which we will see how a panel of psychologists and relationship counselors will play major roles in fixing the pairs who are in all ways are perfect for each other. Continue reading to get a scoop of it.
Day Herald brought an upgrade of this social experiment of “Married At First Sight” showrunners that the show would be under the complete guidance of Dr. Pepper Schwartz, Dr. Joseph Cilona and Dr. Logan Levkoff. They have reportedly performed interviews of various interested participants and placed each of them through various critical tests to find out which contestants were compatible to each other.
According to Christian Post, the producers have decided the lives of two young couples in the upcoming season including Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner, and Cortney Hendrix and Jason Carrion.
“Initially Doug and I were a bit hesitant for another show – but we were at a point in our relationship where we really NEEDED help. We went through (and are still going through) lot of hard stuff and didn’t know where to turn. I’m a bit dreading watching it back and re-living it all just because it’s been so tough,” Otis said.
The previous season also had some couples who opted for divorce. The outlet reported that Sean Varricchio and Davina Kullar, who called it split before the series finale, would also be featured with other divorced couples. The fans and viewers will see them in a special episode titled “6 Months Later.”
“Married At First Sight” season 3 will premiere on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, at 9 p.m. EDT on FYI.
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