Married at First Sight

874 reviews
Watch in a web browser or on supported devices Learn More

Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Married At First Sight: Casting Special
This is an in depth look at the casting process for this ground breaking social experiment, where a team of relationship experts, set out to arrange three marriages. If the experts succeed the couples will not meet until their wedding ceremony.
2 Matchmaking
This is a social experiment whereby a team of relationship experts aim to match three couples to get married at first sight. The experts have narrowed down the pool of participants to just six singles who they will analyze further and match with their ideal partner. Once the matches are made the couples have less than a week to prepare for their weddings without knowing anything about their future spouse.
3 The Weddings
This is a social experiment whereby a team of relationship experts have matched three couples. Six singles who have failed to find love have agreed to take the most radical step: they will marry a total stranger. The first time the couples meet is at their wedding ceremony in front of their family and friends. Will they all have the courage to say "I do?
4 The Honeymoons
This is a social experiment whereby three marriages where arranged by a team of relationship experts. The newlyweds met for the first time at their wedding and now, within 24 hours of saying "I do" head off on their honeymoons. Will the time alone bring these couples, still strangers, closer together or tear them apart?
5 Moving In
The three couples who married as strangers return from their honeymoons. The newlyweds have known each other for less than a week but now decide where to live and move in together.
6 Everyday Life
Three couples who met at the altar just over a week ago begin to settle into everyday life. Having just moved in together, they are now facing the challenges of living with their new spouse who they barely know. When their busy schedules start to cause conflict, who will make time for their new marriages and who won't.
7 Intimacy
The three newly married couples have known each other for just two weeks but already struggles with sex, trust, and emotional connection are brought to light. The couples open up to sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff: Jason and Cortney question whether they share the same core values; Doug's patience is tested by Jamie's trust issues; and Vaughn and Monet enjoy physical intimacy but struggle with emotional closeness outside of the bedroom.
8 Social Life
Our three couples take the next step and attempt to merge their new marriages with their old social lives. Some friends and families are more accepting than others. Dr. Pepper Schwartz visits all three couples to see who is really making the effort to integrate their worlds versus who is still keeping their distance. Monet wants Vaughn to hang out with her girlfriends. Doug invites his parents over for dinner so his mother, who is skeptical of Jamie, can start to get to know her better. Jason goes to one of Cortney's burlesque performances, and Cortney goes to one of Jason's wrestling matches. Jamie's tough past comes back to haunt her as she takes husband, Doug, to visit the trailer park she grew up in.
9 Conflict & Resolution (#8)
Three newlywed couples that married at first sight must learn to cope with the conflicts arising in their relationships. Cortney confronts Jason about why he’s not introducing her to his ailing mother.
10 Last Chance At Romance
One month into marriage, our three couples are only days away from the end of the experiment. Spiritual advisor Greg Epstein advises the newlyweds to use their remaining days to do something romantic for one another to help them decide whether to stay married or get divorced. After Vaughn and Monet make a breakthrough in communication, they enjoy a "first date" and focus on reconnecting. Jason and Cortney have dinner on a boat and exchange thoughtful gifts, but only one of them is convinced they're a perfect match. Jamie recreates her wedding photos with Doug, and though she can now pose romantically with her husband, she still has her doubts about their future.
11 The Big Decision (#10)
The five weeks are over and time draws near for the couples to decide whether or not they want to stay married or get a divorce.
12 6 Months Later
Six months have passed since this social experiment started, and the three couples met at the altar. Anything could have happened. Host Kevin Frasier and the four Married At First Sight experts get the chance to catch up with the couples and ask them the questions America wants answered. Which couples are still together? Have Doug and Jamie had sex yet? Have Jason and Cortney met each other's families? Have Vaughn and Monet talked since the last day of the experiment? And for the first time ever, all three couples are together in the same room to discuss their experiences.
13 Unveiled
See the three married couples in a way you haven't seen them before. New unseen moments from the weddings to the honeymoons, as well as bonus footage of all three couples.

About this show

In the Big City, true love is increasingly hard to achieve. But what if six brave souls, yearning for romance and a loving partnership, agree to a provocative proposal: getting married at first sight?

Ratings and reviews

874 reviews
Anaperla Aureoles
September 29, 2016
I really like this show but I think that if there is some discrimination on the age and disability they never have anyone over the age of 30 and there is no people who are disabled. Other than that I really do enjoy the show and I'm sorry that it's been very stressful on many of the couples. But I wish they had older people on there and people with disabilities because we would like to get married to.
33 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Dee Johns
October 28, 2021
I like the premise of the show but what I hate is the obvious production influence for a negative. I personally would like to see more of help from the experts to resolve and avoid issues as the season moves along. I think the experts are great. The idea that every tv show has is that viewers are only interested in drama is wrong. I'd like to see you experiment with helping them actually do well with each other asap, rather than wait til it falls apart
Did you find this helpful?
Tina E Daugherty Brown
April 25, 2018
I have watched this show and I love it. However, these couples are the worse they have ever had. These couples do not want to fight for each other or take a chance on ea h other. The one I can't stand to watch this year is that dumb ass Ryan. He decided at week 4 he wanted to be single again. He's an idiot. She deserves better.
Did you find this helpful?

Rate this show

Tell us what you think.