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Married at First Sight
(U.S. TV series)

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Married at First Sight

Genre
Reality television
Based on
Gift Ved Første Blik (Danish TV series)
Country of origin
United States
Original language(s)
English

No. of seasons: 6

No. of episodes: 64

Production
Running time: 42 minutes

Release
Original network
FYI (2014–16)
Lifetime (2017-present)
Original release
July 8, 2014 – present

Married at First Sight is an American reality television series based on a Danish series of the same name titled Gift Ved Første Blik.[1] The series first aired in the United States on FYI. Beginning with season two, it aired in simulcast on sister network A&E. The series features three couples, paired up by relationship experts, who agree to marry when they first meet. For the first three seasons, the experts were clinical psychologist Dr. Joseph Cilona, sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff, sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz, and humanist chaplain Greg Epstein. Starting with the fourth season, the experts are Schwartz, pastor and marriage counselor Calvin Roberson, and communication and relationship expert Rachel DeAlto.[2] The couples spend their wedding night in a hotel before leaving for a honeymoon. Upon returning home, they live together as a married couple for eight weeks. Thereafter they choose to divorce or stay married. On October 25, 2016 FYI renewed the show for a fifth season. In 2017, for the fifth season, the show moved to the Lifetime channel.