“I was talking with my girlfriend about Married at First Sight and she got all upset. I want to do it for better pay and TV recognition.”
Meet the cast of Married at First Sight season 9, and watch as they tell their friends and family that they’re going to marry a stranger.
Lifetime will air two new MAFS spin-offs this fall, following couples who’ve stayed together and others who are going to look for love on an island.
Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner will star in their own spin-off along with their kid Henley Grace Hehner, who’s the franchise’s first baby.
Married at First Sight participants are paid a stipend for being on the show, but it is not $100,000, as rumors continue to suggest.
Shockingly, the first three seasons of Married at First Sight have produced the same percentage of successful couples as The Bachelor and Bachelorette have.
Married at First Sight season four will be filmed in Chicago, another move for the FYI series, which has previously filmed in New York, Atlanta, and Miami.