Married at First Sight (Australian TV series)

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Married at First Sight
GenreReality Series
Directed byKate Douglas-Walker
Presented by
  • John Aiken
  • Trisha Stratford
  • Mel Schilling
Narrated byGeorgie Gardner
Country of originAustralia
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes82 (as of 21 March 2018)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Tara McWilliams
  • John Walsh
Production location(s)Sydney, New South Wales
Running time60–90 minutes
Production company(s)Endemol Australia
(2015–present)
Release
Original networkNine Network
Picture format
  • 576i (SDTV)
  • 1080i (HDTV) (2016- )
Audio formatStereo
Original release18 May 2015 (2015-05-18) – present
Chronology
Related showsTalking Married
External links
Website

Married at First Sight is an Australian reality television series based on the Danish program of the same name. The show is premiered 7:00pm every Sunday and 7:30pm every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on the Nine Network. The show features four to eleven couples, matched by three experts, who agree to marry when they first meet.[1] However, unlike other versions of the show around the world, the couples do not partake in a legally binding marriage due to legal restrictions, but instead meet as strangers at the altar of a commitment ceremony.[2] The couples spend their wedding night in a hotel, then leave for a honeymoon. Upon returning they live together for a month, whereafter they choose whether they will continue their relationship.

The first season premiered on 18 May 2015 on the Nine Network.[3] A second season began on 4 April 2016[4] with the third season premiering later in the same year on 29 August 2016.[5] A fourth season premiered on Monday 30 January 2017.[6] The fifth season premiered on Monday 29 January 2018.[7]

Season overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 6 18 May 2015 22 June 2015
2 7 4 April 2016 27 April 2016
3 8 29 August 2016 13 September 2016
4 29 30 January 2017 3 April 2017
5 32 29 January 2018 21 March 2018
6 2019 2019

Season 1 (2015)[edit]

During the first season, four female contestants were matched with their ‘perfect’ male partner by a panel of experts. In the first episode, two couples (Michael & Roni, Clare & Lachlan) met and wed. In the second episode, another two couples (Zoe & Alex, Michelle & James) did the same. The couples embarked on married life for the rest of the season.[8] In the fourth episode, th couples met each other for the first time and discussed their current experiences.

Couples[edit]

# Couple Age Hometown Occupation Final Decision Status
1 Lachlan McAleer 36 Sydney, New South Wales Farmer Yes Separated
Clare Tamas 37 Sydney, New South Wales Marketing Manager
2 Roni Azzopardi 32 Melbourne, Victoria Payroll Manager Broke up before final decision Separated
Michael O'Dea 31 Melbourne, Victoria Event Manager
3 Zoe Hendrix 25 Melbourne, Victoria Digital Marketing Executive Yes Separated
Alex Garner 29 Melbourne, Victoria Plumber
4 Michelle Worsley 34 Sydney, New South Wales Communications Manager Yes Separated
James Webster 36 Sydney, New South Wales Sign Writer

Lachlan & Clare[edit]

Lachlan and Clare met and wed in Sydney on the show's first episode. Despite their decision to continue their relationship at the end of the season, the couple revealed they had split but remained good friends.[9] The Nine Network announced on 26 June 2015, that Lachlan would participate in the network's upcoming revival of The Farmer Wants a Wife.[10]

Roni & Michael[edit]

Roni and Michael met and wed in Melbourne on the show's first episode. By the fifth episode, they found their relationship was not working for them and they both agreed to split.[11]

Zoe & Alex[edit]

Zoe and Alex met and wed in Melbourne in the show's second episode. Following the conclusion of the season, Zoe and Alex are the only couple currently still together. In March 2016, Zoe and Alex revealed they are planning to get married legally.[12] After suffering a miscarriage in June 2015,[9] Zoe and Alex revealed they were expecting their first child in October 2016.[13] On November 14, 2016, Zoe gave birth to their baby girl named Harper-Rose Garner. On April 17th 2018, Zoe announced via Instagram she and Alex had sadly split up.[14]

James & Michelle[edit]

James and Michelle met and wed in Sydney in the show's second episode. In early June 2015, news reports revealed that they had split. Michelle had remarried a former boyfriend.[15] It was revealed the two are no longer in contact with each other.[9]

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

After airing only one episode, the Nine Network on 19 May 2015, announced the series had been renewed for a second season which began to air on 4 April 2016.[16] During the second season, four female contestants were matched with their 'perfect' male partner by a panel of experts. In the first episode, two couples (Erin & Bryce, Christie & Mark) meet and wed. In the second episode, another two couples (Clare & Jono, Simone & Xavier) did the same. They all embarked on married life for the rest of the series. In the fifth episode, the couples met for the first time and discussed their experiences.

Couples[edit]

# Couple Age Hometown Occupation Final Decision Status
1 Erin Bateman 26 Melbourne, Victoria Retail Manager Yes Currently Together
Bryce Mohr 31 Melbourne, Victoria Business Analyst
2 Christie Jordee 39 Sydney, New South Wales Business Owner Yes Separated
Mark Hughes 36 Gippsland, Victoria Farmer
3 Clare Verrall 32 Melbourne, Victoria Recruitment Consultant Broke up before final decision Separated
Jono Pitman 28 Melbourne, Victoria Tradie
4 Simone Lee Brennan 29 Sydney, New South Wales Make-Up Artist No Separated
Xavier Forsberg 26 Sydney, New South Wales Sales Manager

Erin & Bryce[edit]

Erin and Bryce met and wed in Melbourne on the show's first episode. In the final episode, they decided to stay together. They are the only couple currently still together.[17] Since the show ended Erin has started her own fashion label called Boy Is Mine[18] and is writing a fashion lifestyle blog, erinbateman.com.[19]

Christie & Mark[edit]

Christie and Mark met and wed in Sydney on the show's first episode. In the final episode, they decided to stay together. On 15 June 2016, they announced they had split up.[19]

Clare & Jono[edit]

Clare and Jono met and wed in Melbourne on the show's second episode and quickly became the season's most controversial couple. By the fifth episode, Clare decided their relationship was not working as she felt 'uncomfortable' with Jono's constant aggressive outbursts. She decided to end the relationship prior to the couple's dinner.[20] After the show it was revealed by investigative journalist Siobhan Duck of the Herald Sun that Jono Pitman had previously been arrested and charged with assault after a bar brawl, and had completed a court ordered anger management course. Jono was then matched with Clare Verrall, who had been open about being attacked on the street by a stranger only months prior to filming,[21] and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after the incident. A Nine Network spokesperson confirmed they were aware of Jono Pitman's violent history prior to pairing up the couple.[22][23]

Since the show Clare has spoken openly about her battle with Mental Health issues since her attack, resultingingnin two suicide attempts before she checked herself into a trauma center for a month. Staying out of the limelight for over 18 months after the show, photos emerged of Clare having gained over 40kgs. In 2028 after her time at the trauma center and a second back surgery, Clare lost the weight she had gained and re-emerged at some Melbourne events.

Jono has also spoken out about his mental health struggles with anxiety after the show. At the time of writing (September 2018) he has been in a steady relationship for 5 months. Clare remains single.

Simone & Xavier[edit]

Simone and Xavier met and wed in Sydney in the show's second episode. In the final decision, Simone decided to walk away from the relationship and they are now separated.[19]

Season 3 (2016)[edit]

It was announced in February 2016 the show would return with two seasons, seasons two and three. There would be a bold casting move this season. It was the first to have five couples and included the series' first ever same-sex male couple.[5] During the third season, four female contestants were matched with their 'perfect' male partner and for the first time a male contestant was matched with his 'perfect' male partner by a panel of experts. In the first episode, two couples (Keller & Nicole, Mark & Monica) met and wed. In the second episode, another two couples (Jess & Dave, Bella & Michael) did the same. In the third episode, one more couple (Craig & Andy) were wed. The couples embarked on married life together for the rest of the series. In the sixth episode, all couples (bar one) met for the first time and discussed their current experiences.[24]

Couples[edit]

# Couple Age Hometown Occupation Final Decision Status
1 Craig Keller 26 Brisbane, Queensland Mechanical Fitter Yes Separated
Nicole Heir 28 Gold Coast, Queensland Teacher
2 Mark Ellam 30 Sydney, New South Wales Firefighter Yes Separated
Monica Vanderkley 28 Sydney, New South Wales Project Manager
3 Jess Wardrop 31 Sydney, New South Wales Bank Officer Broke up before final decision Separated
Dave Crisp 28 Melbourne, Victoria Account Manager
4 Bella Frizza 30 Gold Coast, Queensland Radio Announcer Yes Separated
Michael Hughes 32 Brisbane, Queensland Fashion Accessories Designer
5 Craig Roach 41 Gold Coast, Queensland Hairdresser Broke up before final decision Separated
Andy Ankers 41 Sydney, New South Wales Global Account Director

Keller & Nicole[edit]

Keller and Nicole met and wed in Brisbane in the show's first episode. In the final episode, they decided to stay together.[25] Since filming, the couple have called it quits.[26]

Mark & Monica[edit]

Mark and Monica met and wed in Sydney in the show's first episode. In the final episode, they decided to stay in the relationship.[25] Since filming, the couple have decided to break up.[26]

Jess & Dave[edit]

Jess and Dave met and wed in Sydney in the show's second episode. In the fifth episode, Dave felt their relationship was going nowhere so they broke up.[27]

Bella & Michael[edit]

Bella and Michael met and wed in Brisbane in the show's second episode. In the final episode, they both agreed to stay together.[25] Since filming, the couple have decided to split up.[26]

Craig & Andy[edit]

Craig and Andy met and wed in New Zealand in the show's third episode. In the fifth episode, Craig decided to walk away from the relationship during the honeymoon, due to a lack of intimacy.[28]

Season 4 (2017)[edit]

It was announced on 12 September 2016 the programme would return in 2017 with an extended series which saw 10 couples being wed.[29] During the fourth season, 10 female contestants were matched with their 'perfect' male partner by a panel of experts.[30] In the first episode, two couples (Cheryl & Jonathan, Susan & Sean) met and wed in Sydney and Melbourne. In the second episode, another two couples (Scarlett & Michael, Nadia & Anthony) met and wed in Sydney. In the third episode, two more couples (Alene & Simon, Vanessa & Andy) met and wed in Sydney and Melbourne respectively. In the fourth episode, another two couples (Lauren & Andrew, Deborah & John) met and wed in Sydney. In the fifth episode, the final two couples (Michelle & Jesse, Sharon & Nick) met and wed in Perth at the same time.

Couples[edit]

# Couple Age Hometown Occupation Final Decision Status
1 Jonathan Troughton 30 Brisbane, Queensland Entrepreneur Broke up before final decision Separated
Cheryl Maitland 25 Gold Coast, Queensland Hair Salon Assistant
2 Sean Hollands 35 Maryborough, Queensland Farmer No Separated
Susan Rawlings 37 Perth, Western Australia Mining Truck Driver
3 Michael Tomic 30 Perth, Western Australia Data Entry Clerk/Stripper Broke up before final decision Separated
Scarlett Cooper 30 Sydney, New South Wales Aspiring Author
4 Nadia Stamp 36 Brisbane, Queensland Flight Attendant/Model No Separated
Anthony Manton 33 Sydney, New South Wales Racing Broadcaster
5 Simon McQuillan 36 Ipswich, Queensland Business Owner Yes Separated
Alene Khatcherian 31 Sydney, New South Wales Registered Nurse
6 Andy Hills 30 Gold Coast, Queensland Aerodrome Plant Operator No Separated
Vanessa Belvedere 31 Melbourne, Victoria Student
7 Lauren Bran 33 Sydney, New South Wales Automotive Aftermarket Sales Broke up before final decision Separated
Andrew Jones 38 Perth, Western Australia Firefighter
8 John Robertson 53 Melbourne, Victoria Business Owner Broke up before final decision Separated
Deborah Brosnan 53 Sunshine Coast, Queensland Ex Model
9 Michelle Marsh 31 Perth, Western Australia Commercial Cleaner No Separated
Jesse Konstantinoff 31 Adelaide, South Australia Retailer
10 Sharon Marsh 31 Perth, Western Australia Business Owner Yes Separated
Nick Furphy 30 Melbourne, Victoria Carpenter
11 Cheryl Maitland 25 Gold Coast, Queensland Hair Salon Assistant Broke up before final decision Separated
Andrew Jones 38 Perth, Western Australia Firefighter

Jonathan & Cheryl[edit]

Despite having a good start, Jonathan and Cheryl's relationship began to develop cracks during their honeymoon in New Zealand. These cracks deepened at the dinner party which resulted in Jonathan exchanging numbers with Scarlett; the duo spent the night texting. At the first commitment ceremony, Cheryl claimed she did not wish to continue with Jonathan as "he seemed more interested in someone else". The duo called it quits at the commitment ceremony. Jonathan is now dating someone else.

Sean & Susan[edit]

Sean and Susan broke up but decided to "stay friends" citing the fact they lived too far away from one another, and Susan could not live on Sean's farm.[31] Since the show ended, Susan has not spoken to Sean and is said to be quite upset with the way the producers portrayed her.

Michael & Scarlett[edit]

Things started unraveling for the couple when Michael told Scarlett he would not move to meet her halfway between their current states. Since he was "established", and he thought because she was less tied down, she could move to him. From that point on they only saw each other as friends and nothing was going to happen as Scarlett was not Michael's dream girl. After the first commitment ceremony, the couple decided to go their different ways and later that night it came out that Scarlett and Jonathan (Cheryl's husband) had sent text messages to each other for hours the night before.

Nadia & Anthony[edit]

As of the last Commitment Ceremony, they decided to stay together. Anthony said that Nadia would have to move in order for him to provide for them both as he was in a "niche market". Nadia turned up to the reunion dinner alone, and when asked where Anthony was she confided that he had dumped her the day after filming had ended saying that "his feelings weren't progressing".

Simon & Alene[edit]

As of the Final Commitment Ceremony before the Final Decision they had both decided to stay and said that they told everyone they had feelings for each other. They had decided to stay committed to each other after the experiment. They have since separated.

Andy & Vanessa[edit]

At the Final Commitment Ceremony before the Final Decision they decided to stay, though the fact they may have to do have to have a long distance relationship for a while before they decide what happens may be contentious in the long run. Despite this the couple have decided to stay together after the experiment. Andy and Vanessa subsequently broke up because of the difference in communication styles.

Lauren & Andrew[edit]

On the wedding night Lauren disappeared leaving Andrew unaware of her whereabouts. After a confrontation meeting, Lauren said she wanted to try again, but Andrew decided that he did not wish to continue the experiment with Lauren.[32] Andrew has since re-entered the experiment with hair salon manager Cheryl. A friend of Lauren's has since done an interview in which she said the reason Lauren ran away is because when she went out to a club with Andrew he started abusing a club bouncer who would not let them in because it was past 1:00 am.

John & Deborah[edit]

After meeting, and Deborah's initial disappointment that John was not a Polynesian man or someone with culture, John and Deborah seemed to get on each other's nerves because John was simply everything she hated. During the honeymoon in Samoa they ended up sleeping in separate beds, and John removed his wedding ring which caused further tension between them. At the commitment ceremony Deborah wanted to give it another try so they ended up staying. The next day, however, John left the experiment saying: "They wouldn't be anything but friends and that's not what he was there for".

Michelle & Jesse[edit]

As of the Final Commitment Ceremony they are still together, despite Michelle's doubts as towhether she sees Jesse more as a friend than her husband. In their Vow Renewal ceremony, Jesse told Michelle he wants to stay in the relationship, but Michelle revealed to him that she wants him in her life forever, but not as her partner; they are now broken up.[33]

Sharon & Nick[edit]

As of the Final Commitment Ceremony they have decided to stay, Nick even going so far as to say, "That he would go anywhere as long as Sharon was by his side." Although the original plan was for Nick to move to Perth because of Sharon's cleaning business, Nick got news that his father has a medical condition so he is unable to leave his family as they would need his help. They have since broken up. Nick has renewed his membership at the strip club.

Cheryl & Andrew[edit]

After Cheryl left the experiment following the Jonathan and Scarlett texting scandal, she spoke to the experts and asked if they could set up a date between Andrew and herself. They went on two dates before deciding they would re-enter the experiment together as an unmarried couple. This caused controversy around the table at the dinner party as she was at the dinner the week prior with Jonathan. Even though the couple originally had some sparks, they were thrown into the deep end of the experiment having to jump right into the home stays. Tensions began to rise when Andrew met Cheryl's abrasive father for the first time and it did not go well. Andrew felt Cheryl did not have his back against her bullying dad. He chose to leave while Cheryl chose to stay to see if the relationship could be salvaged.

When the couples all had a family get together Cheryl and Andrew were put into an intense boot camp to see if John the expert could overhaul the bond they had. They decided to give it another go, but when the boys and girls night came about Andrew spent most of the night bagging out and putting down Cheryl, even going as far to say that his runaway bride, Lauren, "was way more fun". Some of the boys took offense to this, namely Sean and Simon, and even silently Andy. Sean and Susan told Cheryl about it the next day but when Cheryl confronted Andrew about it he got snarky and condescending, even going so far as to start mimicking Cheryl. Andrew and Cheryl chose to leave the experiment at the Final Commitment Ceremony after the video of the boys night was shown to the girls.

Season 5 (2018)[edit]

In February 2017, the season was renewed for a fifth season which began airing on 29 January 2018.[34] On 11 October 2017, the fifth season was officially confirmed at Nine’s upfronts and again includes 11 couples like the previous season. During the fifth season, 11 female contestants are matched with their 'perfect' male partner by a panel of experts. In the first episode, the first two couples (Tracey & Dean, Sarah & Telv) met and wed in Sydney and Melbourne.[35] In the second episode, another two couples (Jo & Sean, Alycia & Mat) met and wed in Sydney and Melbourne.[36] In the third episode, two more couples (Davina & Ryan, Charlene & Patrick) met and wed in Warrawong and Melbourne.[37] In the fifth episode, two more couples (Ashley & Troy, Melissa & John) met and wed in Gold Coast and Melbourne.[38] In the sixth episode, another two couples (Gabrielle & Nasser, Carly & Justin) met and wed in Sydney.[39] In the seventh episode, the final couple (Blair & Sean) met and wed in Sydney.[40]

Couples[edit]

# Couple Age Hometown Occupation Final Decision Status
1 Sarah Roza 38 Melbourne, Victoria Beauty Specialist Yes Separated
Telv Williams 33 Perth, Western Australia Machinery Technician
2 Dean Wells 39 Sydney, New South Wales Executive Creative Director No Separated
Tracey Jewel 34 Perth, Western Australia Marketing Consultant
3 Mathew Lockett 32 Melbourne, Victoria Plumber Broke up before final decision Separated
Alycia Galbraith 29 Adelaide, South Australia Student
4 Jo McPharlin 39 Adelaide, South Australia Single Mother Broke up before final decision Separated
Sean Donnelly 39 Adelaide, South Australia Pub Manager
5 Davina Rankin 26 Brisbane, Queensland Personal Trainer/Bikini Model Broke up before final decision Separated
Ryan Gallagher 29 Sydney, New South Wales Tradesman
6 Charlene Perera 33 Melbourne, Victoria Brand Manager Yes Separated
Patrick Miller 34 Melbourne, Victoria Operations Manager
7 Melissa Walsh 53 Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Journalist Yes Separated
John Robertson 54 Melbourne, Victoria Business Owner
8 Troy Delmege 35 Sydney, New South Wales IT Accounts Manager No Separated
Ashley Airvin 28 Brisbane, Queensland Flight Attendant
9 Gabrielle Bartlett 44 Sydney, New South Wales Marketing Coordinator/Plus Size Model Broke up before final decision Separated
Nasser Sultan 50 Sydney, New South Wales Fitness Instructor
10 Justin Fischer 41 Sydney, New South Wales Entrepreneur Broke up before final decision Separated
Carly Bowyer 32 Melbourne, Victoria Marketing Manager
11 Sean Thomsen 34 Perth, Western Australia Railway Technician Broke up before final decision Separated
Blair Rachel 31 Sydney, New South Wales Executive Assistant

Sarah & Telv[edit]

As of the fifth commitment ceremony they were still together but are now separated.

Dean & Tracey[edit]

In the first commitment ceremony, Dean chose to leave (which blindsided Tracey), while Tracey decided to stay, meaning they had to stay another week. When they had a second week he stepped up, but at the same time he started a secret flirtationship with Davina. At the dinner party, Dean hooked up with Davina, and at the end of the night Dean and Tracey decided to be intimate. Dean confessed he had a thing with Davina and wanted to make it work with Tracey. As of the fifth commitment ceremony, they are still together. When it came to the vow renewal, Dean said "yes" and said that he was falling in love with Tracey, but a bomb was dropped when Tracey said that she could not get past the betrayal and hurt during the first two weeks of the experiment. She ultimately said "no", leaving Dean gobsmacked at the 'altar'.

Mat & Alycia[edit]

They left the experiment between the first and second commitment ceremonies.

Jo & Sean D[edit]

Jo and Sean met in the second episode of the weddings and from the start, Sean was not very interested. When the first commitment ceremony came about Jo decided to stay while Sean decided to leave so they had to stay. Even though Jo tried Sean did not communicate. As of the second commitment, they have both decided to leave.

Davina & Ryan[edit]

Between the first and second commitment ceremonies, Davina started a secret flirtationship with Dean. At the dinner party, Davina hooked up with Dean, leading her to write "leave" at the second commitment ceremony. Ryan had written "stay", so the couple had to stay another week. As of the third commitment ceremony Davina and Ryan have called it quits after the shock of Davina's cheating scandal.

Charlene & Patrick[edit]

At their final decision they said they would stay together. In March 2018, the couple announced they had split up.[41]

Melissa & John[edit]

As of the fifth commitment ceremony they are still in the experiment. At the Dinner Party, Melissa had to leave early due to her daughter being in labour, and as of the Commitment Ceremony there was still no baby so John was flying solo. From the fifth commitment ceremony they were still together and Melissa's daughter has welcomed a baby into the world. Sadly they have split up recently.

Troy & Ashley[edit]

As of the fifth commitment ceremony they are still in the experiment. However at the altar both Ashley and Troy said the relationship was not working out. A few weeks after the experiment he entered into a relationship with Carly who originally married Justin.

Gabrielle & Nasser[edit]

As of the third commitment ceremony, Gabrielle decided to leave due to a lack of intimacy past the friend stage. Nasser decided to stay, and they came to an impasse at the end meaning that Nasser had a week to turn around. On the wife home stay, Gabrielle rented an apartment so she would not bring a strange man around her daughter. On the first night the bed broke and Nasser wanted to leave, but he stayed until they got into an argument and he left refusing to meet Gabrielle's friends who were on their way over for drinks and a chat. They finally left in the fifth ceremony, they were at peace with everything that went on

Justin & Carly[edit]

As of the second commitment ceremony Carly decided to leave whereas Justin decided to stay. They had to stay for another week. As of the third commitment ceremony, they have decided to stay even though they only spent three days at the home stay. After the blow up at the dinner party, Carly got fed up with Justin's lack of trying. They have decided to split up. A few weeks after the experiment she entered into a relationship with Troy who originally married Ashley.

Sean T & Blair[edit]

They both choose to stay at the second commitment ceremony, but during the groom's home stay, Sean revealed he had no feelings for Blair. He chose to leave at the third commitment ceremony, while Blair wanted to stay. Although obligated to work it out over the next week, Sean refused to go on Blair's home stay, essentially ending their relationship. Sean was in a relationship with Tracey who was in the experiment with Dean. But Recently it was announced they had broken up.

Season 6 (2019)[edit]

Viewership[edit]

Season ratings[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired Preliminary Consolidated
Season premiere Season finale Average viewers Average rank Average viewers Average rank
1 6 18 May 2015 22 June 2015 1.115 #4 1.195 #3
2 7 4 April 2016 27 April 2016 0.915 #7 0.999 #6
3 8 29 August 2016 13 September 2016 0.880 #7 0.970 #5
4 29 30 January 2017 3 April 2017 1.081 #3 1.186 #2
5 32 29 January 2018 21 March 2018 1.223 #1 1.328 #1
6 2019 2019

Season 1 (2015)[edit]

No. Title Air date Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total
viewers
Ref(s)
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 Episode 1 18 May 2015 1,134,000 5 65,000 2 1,199,000 [42][43]
2 Episode 2 25 May 2015 1,103,000 4 77,000 2 1,180,000 [44][45]
3 Episode 3 1 June 2015 1,116,000 3 84,000 3 1,200,000 [46][47]
4 Episode 4 8 June 2015 971,000 7 99,000 6 1,070,000 [48][49]
5 Episode 5 15 June 2015 1,079,000 3 85,000 2 1,164,000 [50][51]
6 Episode 6 22 June 2015 1,290,000 1 71,000 1 1,361,000 [52][53]

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

No. Title Air date Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total
viewers
Ref(s)
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 Episode 1 4 April 2016 771,000 13 86,000 9 857,000 [54][55]
2 Episode 2 5 April 2016 905,000 6 91,000 5 996,000 [56][57]
3 Episode 3 11 April 2016 874,000 8 62,000 7 936,000 [58][59]
4 Episode 4 12 April 2016 880,000 8 85,000 6 965,000 [60][61]
5 Episode 5 18 April 2016 899,000 6 122,000 7 1,021,000 [62][63]
6 Episode 6 19 April 2016 831,000 9 93,000 8 924,000 [64][65]
7 Finale 27 April 2016 1,048,000 4 66,000 2 1,114,000 [66][67]
7 Finale - Follow Up 27 April 2016 1,110,000 1 66,000 1 1,176,000 [66][67]

Season 3 (2016)[edit]

No. Title Air date Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total
viewers
Ref(s)
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 Episode 1 29 August 2016 805,000 11 74,000 7 879,000 [68][69]
2 Episode 2 30 August 2016 810,000 7 60,000 7 870,000 [70][71]
3 Episode 3 31 August 2016 788,000 9 79,000 7 867,000 [72][73]
4 Episode 4 5 September 2016 843,000 8 97,000 6 940,000 [74][75]
5 Episode 5 6 September 2016 919,000 5 93,000 4 1,012,000 [76][77]
6 Episode 6 7 September 2016 974,000 2 117,000 1 1,091,000 [78][79]
7 Episode 7 12 September 2016 814,000 9 100,000 8 914,000 [80][81]
8 Episode 8 13 September 2016 1,083,000 3 101,000 1 1,184,000 [82][83]

Season 4 (2017)[edit]

No. Title Air date Timeslot Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total
viewers
Ref(s)
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 Episode 1 30 January 2017 Monday 7:30pm 820,000 10 84,000 9 904,000 [84][85]
2 Episode 2 31 January 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 927,000 5 79,000 5 1,006,000 [86][87]
3 Episode 3 1 February 2017 Wednesday 7:30pm 824,000 6 75,000 5 899,000 [88][89]
4 Episode 4 5 February 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 909,000 4 90,000 4 999,000 [90][91]
5 Episode 5 6 February 2017 Monday 7:30pm 893,000 6 100,000 6 993,000 [92][93]
6 Episode 6 7 February 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 920,000 6 96,000 2 1,016,000 [94][95]
7 Episode 7 8 February 2017 Wednesday 7:30pm 905,000 6 112,000 3 1,017,000 [96][97]
8 Episode 8 12 February 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,064,000 3 103,000 2 1,167,000 [98][99]
9 Episode 9 13 February 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,107,000 2 108,000 2 1,215,000 [100][101]
10 Episode 10 14 February 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,024,000 1 119,000 2 1,143,000 [102][103]
11 Episode 11 20 February 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,096,000 2 96,000 2 1,192,000 [104][105]
12 Episode 12 21 February 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,062,000 2 152,000 2 1,214,000 [106][107]
13 Episode 13 26 February 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,113,000 1 129,000 1 1,242,000 [108][109]
14 Episode 14 27 February 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,101,000 2 123,000 1 1,224,000 [110][111]
15 Episode 15 28 February 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,092,000 1 144,000 1 1,236,000 [112][113]
16 Episode 16 5 March 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,170,000 1 86,000 1 1,256,000 [114][115]
17 Episode 17 6 March 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,099,000 1 101,000 1 1,200,000 [116][117]
18 Episode 18 7 March 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,122,000 1 117,000 1 1,239,000 [118][119]
19 Episode 19 12 March 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,160,000 1 91,000 1 1,251,000 [120][121]
20 Episode 20 13 March 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,060,000 1 103,000 1 1,163,000 [122][123]
21 Episode 21 14 March 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,148,000 1 104,000 1 1,252,000 [124][125]
22 Episode 22 19 March 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,190,000 1 102,000 1 1,292,000 [126][127]
23 Episode 23 20 March 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,239,000 1 108,000 1 1,347,000 [128][129]
24 Episode 24 21 March 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,194,000 1 93,000 1 1,287,000 [130][131]
25 Episode 25 26 March 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,157,000 1 72,000 1 1,229,000 [132][133]
26 Episode 26 27 March 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,163,000 2 137,000 2 1,300,000 [134][135]
27 Episode 27 28 March 2017 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,034,000 5 112,000 2 1,146,000 [136][137]
28 Finale - Part 1 2 April 2017 Sunday 7:00pm 1,379,000 1 98,000 1 1,477,000 [138][139]
29 Finale - Part 2 3 April 2017 Monday 7:30pm 1,389,000 1 107,000 1 1,496,000 [140][141]

Season 5 (2018)[edit]

No. Title Air date Timeslot Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total
viewers
Ref(s)
Viewers Rank Viewers Rank
1 Episode 1 29 January 2018 Monday 7:30pm 912,000 7 102,000 5 1,014,000 [142][143]
2 Episode 2 30 January 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 907,000 5 101,000 4 1,008,000 [144][145]
3 Episode 3 31 January 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 929,000 4 81,000 2 1,010,000 [146][147]
4 Episode 4 1 February 2018 Thursday 7:30pm 995,000 1 96,000 1 1,091,000 [148][149]
5 Episode 5 4 February 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 835,000 5 102,000 4 937,000 [150][151]
6 Episode 6 5 February 2018 Monday 7:30pm 879,000 6 101,000 4 978,000 [152][153]
7 Episode 7 6 February 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 899,000 7 130,000 3 1,029,000 [154][155]
8 Episode 8 8 February 2018 Thursday 7:30pm 938,000 1 124,000 1 1,062,000 [156][157]
9 Episode 9 11 February 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 1,163,000 1 76,000 2 1,239,000 [158][159]
10 Episode 10 12 February 2018 Monday 7:30pm 1,158,000 1 89,000 2 1,247,000 [160][161]
11 Episode 11 13 February 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,057,000 1 91,000 2 1,148,000 [162][163]
12 Episode 12 14 February 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 1,133,000 1 107,000 1 1,240,000 [164][165]
13 Episode 13 18 February 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 1,351,000 1 101,000 1 1,452,000 [166][167]
14 Episode 14 19 February 2018 Monday 7:30pm 1,296,000 1 104,000 1 1,400,000 [168][169]
15 Episode 15 20 February 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,233,000 1 104,000 1 1,337,000 [170][171]
16 Episode 16 21 February 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 1,341,000 1 132,000 1 1,473,000 [172][173]
17 Episode 17 25 February 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 1,536,000 1 92,000 1 1,628,000 [174][175]
18 Episode 18 26 February 2018 Monday 7:30pm 1,325,000 1 107,000 1 1,432,000 [176][177]
19 Episode 19 27 February 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,253,000 1 102,000 1 1,355,000 [178][179]
20 Episode 20 28 February 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 1,315,000 1 127,000 1 1,442,000 [180][181]
21 Episode 21 4 March 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 1,535,000 1 108,000 1 1,643,000 [182][183]
22 Episode 22 5 March 2018 Monday 7:30pm 1,271,000 1 98,000 1 1,369,000 [184][185]
23 Episode 23 6 March 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,267,000 1 119,000 1 1,386,000 [186][187]
24 Episode 24 7 March 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 1,260,000 1 112,000 1 1,372,000 [188][189]
25 Episode 25 11 March 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 1,342,000 1 107,000 1 1,429,000 [190][191]
26 Episode 26 12 March 2018 Monday 7:30pm 1,256,000 1 102,000 1 1,358,000 [192][193]
27 Episode 27 13 March 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,230,000 1 103,000 1 1,333,000 [194][195]
28 Episode 28 14 March 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 1,188,000 1 132,000 1 1,320,000 [196][197]
29 Episode 29 18 March 2018 Sunday 7:00pm 1,446,000 1 76,000 1 1,522,000 [198][199]
30 Episode 30 19 March 2018 Monday 7:30pm 1,525,000 1 78,000 1 1,603,000 [200][201]
31 Finale - Part 1 20 March 2018 Tuesday 7:30pm 1,623,000 1 127,000 1 1,750,000 [202][203]
32 Finale - Part 2 21 March 2018 Wednesday 7:30pm 1,753,000 1 136,000 1 1,889,000 [204][205]

Season 6 (2019)[edit]

No. Title Air date Timeslot Overnight ratings Consolidated ratings Total
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Controversy and legality[edit]

Before the first season went to air, an online petition calling for the series to be axed attracted over 15,000 signatures.[206]

There was also criticism that, unlike the original Danish series, such marriages would not be legal under Australian law. Channel 9 admitted that participants would not actually marry. A spokesman said "In order to comply with the Australian Marriage Act (1961) which requires one month and one day notification, a marriage in law was not conducted. Each participant embarked on a commitment ceremony with a wedding celebrant with all due intention to commit fully to this union for the duration of the experiment. At the end of the experiment, they are given the option to continue with the relationship or go their separate ways".[206]

Second season participant Simone Lee Brennan described the program as "never [being] portrayed to its full authenticity," suggesting the man she had been paired with, Xavier Forsberg, had been recruited by producers and was seeking a sports-presenting role, rather than an applicant also looking for a relationship.[207]

International[edit]

Broadcasters[edit]

In Spain, the show is broadcast as Casados a ciegas and runs every weekday from 6:15 pm for three hours each day on TEN [208].

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