married at first sight
Season 2 of the show is upon us.
'It is time to say goodbye.'
We had hoped the couples on ‘Married At First Sight’ would drive off into the sunset and live happily ever after. But it
‘Married At First Sight’ couple Jason Knowles And Kate Stewart have had their marriage annulled, just eight months after
'Married at First Sight' signed off with a whole load of stuff packed into its final episode - as four people woke up with
Just when you thought reality TV had delved into all the foibles of human behaviour, Channel 4 came up with this… or rather
The fact that people are willing to marry a complete stranger gives a clear indication of what dating is really like in 2015 - a messy minefield! Put simply, people would rather sign a legal document and spend their life with someone they've never even met than navigate the dating scene.
Could you marry someone you'd literally just met? Three couples set out to do just that in the interests of a scientific
But I can't help but feel that the format of 'Married At First Sight' tarnishes that. Just as you may buy an item of clothing to try on at home, decide you don't like it and return it to the shop with your receipt, Channel 4's new show seems to imply marriage is something that can be taken lightly as you can get out of it at the first sign of stormy waters.
The series is called Married at First Sight and it does pretty much what it says on the tin: it takes two strangers, gets them to marry, gives them six weeks to see if they can make it work and then asks them to decide whether they want to stay together or not.