Married at First Sight UK set to return with huge changes as it’s dubbed ‘most exciting series yet’February 12, 2021
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Hot on the heels of this summer’s most popular show, Married at First Sight UK confirms it’s returning to our screens. It will air on E4 this summer and producers promise it’ll be bigger and better than ever.
Taking inspiration from the global phenomenon Married at First Sight Australia, this new version of the UK show promises to be the most explosive yet. With plenty of drama to look forward to, 2021 just started to feel a whole lot better!
The first major change we can reveal is that this season will see double the couples take on the treats and trials of love hunting. Over the course of 20 weeks, viewers can sit back and enjoy as eight couples attempt to embrace their happily ever after.
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The series will follow couples as they meet for the first time at the altar and move on into a life committed to one another. Like the Australian format, the new UK version will see the couples make lifelong promises to each other rather commit to legal marriages.
There’s no shortage of glamour either. Expect all the staples of an incredible ceremony to feature. There’ll be guests, dancing, speeches, a cake and, of course, plenty of bridal gowns to lust after – or judge… depending on your taste!
This season we also get to see the ladies go bridal shopping. Plus, we’ll of course get an all-access view of the weddings, all the luxurious honeymoons and get to watch as the couples meet each other's family and friends.
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When the couples return from their romantic getaways, their love will truly be put to the test.
All eight pairs will move in with each other and their fellow couples. They’ll live in an apartment complex where the cameras are always rolling so we can really see how married life is shaping up.
Each couple will be put under a microscope by the experts and they’ll all have to attend weekly dinner parties with each other. There will also be recurring commitment ceremonies where couples can choose whether they want to stay in their pair or leave the process. We can taste the drama already!
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Commissioning Editor, Lee Murray had this to say: “I’m thrilled to be refreshing one of the portfolio’s most popular brands for E4, bringing extra scale and ambition to what is already one of the most audacious and provocative experiments on television, and delivering what we hope will be the most exciting series yet.”
Meanwhile, Executive Producer Murray Boland promised that this series would be a “supersized version” of the format we’ve come to know and love.
So, will true love triumph? As a brand new bunch of singletons attempt to find their dream romance with complete strangers, what could possibly go wrong?
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