Married at First Sight (American TV series)

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Married at First Sight
Married at First Sight US logo.png
GenreReality television
Based onGift Ved Første Blik (Danish TV series)
Opening theme"All or Nothing" by Louise Dowd, Jason Tarver & Marc Williams
Ending theme"All or Nothing" by Louise Dowd, Jason Tarver & Marc Williams
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons13
No. of episodes68
Production
Running time42 minutes
Release
Original networkFYI (2014–16)
Lifetime (2017–present)
Original releaseJuly 8, 2014 (2014-07-08) –
present
External links
Website

Married at First Sight is an American reality television series that first aired on July 8, 2014, on FYI (and later, Lifetime).

The series is based on a Danish series titled Gift Ved Første Blik [dk][1] that first aired on September 4, 2013, on DR3. The original Danish series format has been sold to broadcasters throughout the world.

Production and broadcast[edit]

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 to five 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 were Schwartz, pastor and marriage counselor Calvin Roberson, and communication and relationship expert Rachel DeAlto.[2] Rachel DeAlto was replaced with Dr. Jessica Griffin beginning with the sixth season. Dr. Griffin stayed until the ninth season and was replaced by Dr. Viviana Coles in seasons ten and eleven.[3] 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 the remainder of the eight weeks. Thereafter they must choose to divorce or stay married. On October 25, 2016, FYI renewed the show for a fifth season. In 2017, for its fifth season, the show moved to sister network Lifetime. The following year, two spinoffs were announced to premiere that October, Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island and Married at First Sight: Happily Ever After.[4]

Synopsis[edit]

Over the thirteen completed seasons of MAFS, 49 couples have been matched. 29 of them (59%) chose to stay married on Decision Day, out of which more than half have since divorced, filed for divorce, or announced their divorce. As of November 2021, 13 couples remained married, making for a current overall success rate of 27%.

Season 1[edit]

The first season took place in New York City and northern New Jersey. This season premiered July 8, 2014.[5] The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Jamie Otis-Hehner 27 Nurse Yes Married 2
Doug Hehner 31 Software salesman
2 Courtney Hendrix 26 Make-up artist Yes Divorced - yes 1
Jason Carrion 27 EMT yes 1
3 Monet Bell 33 Product development manager No Divorced ? ?
Vaughn Copeland 30 Field service technician ? ?

In March 2019, Courtney and Jason divorced after five years of marriage.[6] Since their divorce, Courtney and Jason have both moved on. Jason married actress Roxanne Pallett in January 2020.[7] In June 2021, they announced they were expecting their first child together.[8] Courtney married Sherm, an accountant, in October 2020.[9] In April 2021, they announced they were expecting their first child together.[10] In October 2021, Courtney gave birth to her and Sherm's first child, a baby boy.[11]

Jamie and Doug are now a family of four. The couple lost their first son, Jonathan Edward, at 17 weeks gestation in July 2016,[12] before going on to have daughter Henley Grace in August 2017.[13] They have spoken about subsequent struggles to conceive, experiencing a chemical pregnancy in 2018 and a miscarriage at 10 weeks along in 2019. Their son, Hendrix Douglas, was born in May 2020.[14]

Season 2[edit]

The second season, just like the first, took place in New York City and Northern New Jersey. This season premiered March 17, 2015. The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Jaclyn Methuen 30 Vodka saleswoman Yes Divorced - yes (relationship) 1
Ryan Ranellone 28 Real estate agent ? ?
2 Davina Kullar (now Davis) 34 Pharmaceutical saleswoman No Divorced - yes (marriage) 1
Sean Varricchio 35 Trauma nurse yes (?) 1 (?)
3 Jessica Castro 30 Receptionist Yes Divorced - yes (relationship) 1
Ryan DeNino/Oehl 29 Businessman ? ?

Concluding Jaclyn's and Ryan's marriage, Jaclyn entered into another relationship in 2018 and announced she was expecting a child in 2019.[15] She had a daughter in November 2019.[15] As of 2021, Ryan is still single.[16]

Davina is now married with a son named Hudson.[17] As of 2021, Sean is married with a daughter.[18]

Jessica Castro and Ryan DeNino had a contentious relationship, with Ryan threatening to harm Jessica on multiple occasions.[19] Jessica filed a restraining order against him in June 2015.[19] As of 2021, Jessica Castro is in a relationship and has a son with him.[19] As of 2021, Ryan's status is unknown.[20]

Season 3[edit]

The third season took place in Atlanta, Georgia. This season premiered on December 1, 2015. The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Vanessa Nelson 26 Event manager Yes Divorced - ? ?
Tres Russell 27 Luxury car salesman ? ?
2 Ashley Doherty 30 Nursing student No Divorced - yes 1
David Norton 29 Software account executive Yes ? ?
3 Samantha Role 30 Bank manager Yes Divorced - yes 1 & expecting 2nd
Neil Bowlus 31 Compliance specialist No ? ?

Vanessa and Tres got divorced within six months of Decision Day.[21] Vanessa appeared on Married At First Sight: Second Chances in 2017 and married Andre Forbes.[21] Their marriage also ended in divorce.[21] As of 2020, Tres was in a "complicated" relationship.[21] As of 2021, Vanessa appeared to be single.[22]

After divorcing David, Ashley learned that he had a history of misdemeanors.[23] In 2019, Ashley shared a photo from her wedding.[23] In 2020, Ashley announced that she was pregnant and gave birth to a son in April 2021.[23]

In April 2018, Samantha married Chris Wise and in September gave birth to a daughter.[24] Samantha and Neil are still friends.[24] In April 2020, Neil revealed that he is in a relationship.[24]

Season 4[edit]

The fourth season of Married at First Sight premiered on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. The setting was South Florida (particularly Miami) and in this season, two new specialists joined along with sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz: communication and relationship expert Rachel DeAlto, and marriage counselor Pastor Calvin Roberson. Doctors Joseph Cilona and Logan Levkoff exited the series after season three.[25] The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Sonia Granados 33 Social worker Yes Divorced - ? ?
Nick Pendergrast 32 Vacation rental manager yes 2 (twins)
2 Heather Seidel 32 Flight attendant No1 Divorced - yes 1
Derek Schwartz 35 Account executive ? ?
3 Lillian Vilchez 24 Realtor Yes Divorced - ? ?
Tom Wilson 29 Boat interior designer ? ?

1 Heather and Derek left in the middle of the experiment.

Sonia and Nick divorced after about a year of marriage.[26] That same year, Nick announced that he was in a relationship and they were expecting twins.[26] In 2019, Nick was in a work accident that left him partially paralyzed.[26] He has recovered from the incident.[26] Sonia has started a podcast and as of 2021 is still single.[27]

Heather and Derek left the show ten days after they got married.[28]

Tom and Lillian announced their divorce in May 2017.[29] As of 2021, Lillian was single.[30] In 2019, Tom announced that he was engaged to Michelle, and they were married three months later.[31] Tom is a step-father to Michelle's two children from a previous marriage.[31]

Season 5[edit]

The fifth season of Married at First Sight was renewed on October 25, 2016. For this season, the show moved to the Lifetime channel. The first episode aired on April 20, 2017 and featured couples in Chicago.[32] The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Danielle DeGroot 30 Dietician Yes Divorced - no ?
Cody Knapek 26 Trainer / gym owner yes ?
2 Sheila Downs 31 School district facility director Yes Divorced - ? ?
Nate Duhon 26 Branch manager of a car rental company yes ?
3 Ashley Petta 30 Manager of family-owned bar & grill Yes Married 2
Anthony D'Amico 33 Sale account executive

Ashley Petta and Anthony D'Amico are now a family of four. They announced they were expecting their first child in August 2018.[33] They welcomed their first child, daughter Mila Rose, in January 2019.[34] In July 2020, they announced they were expecting their second child, which was later revealed to be another girl.[35] In February 2021, their second daughter, Vaeda Marie, was born.[36]

As of October 2021, Cody is in a relationship. Danielle is still single.[37]

As of October 2021, Nate is in a relationship, and has his own business.[38] Sheila's status is unknown.

Season 6[edit]

The sixth season of Married at First Sight was renewed on the Lifetime channel. The first of the episodes aired on January 2, 2018 and featured couples in Boston.[39] Relationship expert Dr. Jessica Griffin joined the show as a specialist,[40] replacing Rachel DeAlto who left after Season 5. The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Shawniece Jackson 29 Cosmetologist Yes Married 1
Jephte Pierre 26 2nd grade school teacher
2 Molly Duff 25 Commercial insurance adjuster No Divorced - ? ?
Jonathan Francetic 28 Financial associate engaged
3 Jaclyn Schwartzberg 29 Technical sales representative Yes Divorced - yes
Ryan Buckley 29 Firefighter ? ?

Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Laura Denise Pierre, in August 2018.[41]

Jonathan Francetic and relationship expert Dr. Jessica Griffin revealed they had struck up a romance following his time on the show when Griffin announced she would not be returning to Married At First Sight as an expert for Season 9. They began dating more than five months after the season wrapped.[42] The pair became engaged in April 2019.[43] Their original wedding date was set for October 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[44]

In September 2020, Jaclyn got married to Dane, who she had been in a relationship with since late 2018.[45] As of 2021, Ryan is still single.[46]

Season 7[edit]

The seventh season of Married at First Sight was renewed on the Lifetime channel, and featured couples from Dallas, with the first episode airing on July 10, 2018. The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Mia Bally 29 International recruiter of an airline Yes Divorced - ? ?
Tristan Thompson 29 Tutoring club owner yes 1
2 Danielle Bergman-Dodd 30 Software saleswoman Yes Married 2
Bobby Dodd 27 Construction project manager
3 Amber Martorana 36 Senior title analyst Yes Divorced - ? ?
Dave Flaherty 37 High yield bond trader ? ?

Danielle Bergman-Dodd and Bobby Dodd have two children together. Their first child, daughter Olivia Nicole, was born in February 2019.[47] Their son, Bobby Dodd IV, was born in December 2020.[48]

In July 2020, Tristan married Rachel, who he had been in a relationship with since early 2019.[49] In March 2021, they welcomed their first child together, a baby boy named Phoenix.[50] As of 2021, Mia is still single.[51]

As of 2021, both Dave and Amber are still single.[52][53]

Season 8[edit]

The eighth season of Married at First Sight featured couples from Philadelphia, was the first season that a fourth couple were added, and premiered on January 1, 2019. The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Stephanie Sersen 35 Financial consultant Yes Married -
AJ Vollmoeller 37 President & CEO of a staffing & recruiting company
2 Jasmine McGriff 30 Assistant director Yes Divorced - yes 1
Will Guess 37 Financial analyst No
3 Kate Sisk 28 Hotel marketing specialist No Divorced - ? ?
Luke Cuccurullo 31 Civil and environmental engineer ? ?
4 Kristine Killingsworth 29 Residential real estate agent Yes Married -
Keith Dewar 29 Kidney dialysis patient care technician

Stephanie and AJ are still married. In 2021, after 3 years of marriage, the couple relocated to Key West, Florida.[54]

Kristine and Keith are still married. In April 2019, after 8 months of marriage, the couple bought a house.[55]

Jasmine is now in a relationship, though her marital status in unknown.[56] She welcomed her first child, a baby boy, in December 2020.[57] As of 2021, Will is still single.[58]

As of 2021, Kate is still single.[59] In early 2021, Luke was in a relationship,[60] however, due to lack of social media posts in recent months, the status of that relationship is currently unknown.

Season 9[edit]

The ninth season of Married at First Sight featured couples from Charlotte, North Carolina and premiered on June 12, 2019. Dr. Jessica Griffin did not return after revealing she was in a relationship with Season 6 cast member Jon Francetic,[61] with the couple later getting engaged[62] and going into business together.[63] She was replaced by relationship expert Dr. Viviana Coles.[64] The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Iris Caldwell 27 Non-profit program coordinator Yes Divorced - ? ?
Keith Manley 27 Mentor/coach No ? ?
2 Elizabeth Bice 29 Account executive Yes Married -
Jamie Thompson 35 Financial technician
3 Deonna McNeill 30 Operations manager Yes Married 1
Gregory Okotie 32 Math learning center owner
4 Amber Bowles 27 Middle school teacher No Divorced - ? ?
Matthew Gwynne 31 Ex-professional basketball player ? ?

In September 2020, Deonna McNeill and Greg Okotie announced that they are expecting their first child together.[65] In February 2021, Deonna give birth to their son, Declan.[66]

Elizabeth Bice and Jamie Thompson are still married. After decision day, the couple relocated to California.[67]

Season 10[edit]

The tenth season of Married at First Sight featured couples from the suburbs outside of Washington, D.C., particularly Arlington and Alexandria, Virginia. This was the first season that a fifth couple was added. The first episode aired on January 1, 2020. The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Katie Conrad 25 Mental health professional Yes Divorced - yes
Derek Sherman 26 Cyber security engineer ? ?
2 Jessica Studer 31 Nurse manager Yes Married 1
Austin Hurd 31 Network technician
3 Taylor Dunklin 27 Research scientist No Annulled - ? ?
Brandon Reid 34 Sales manager ? ?
4 Meka Jones 25 Category analyst No Annulled - ? ?
Michael Watson 31 Education director yes
5 Mindy Shiben 34 Figure skating coach No Divorced - ? ?
Zach Justice 32 Fitness professional ? ?

In July 2021, Austin and Jessica revealed that they are expecting their first child, due in November 2021.[68] In October 2021, Austin and Jessica revealed that their first child would be a boy.[69] Their son, Westin Paul, was born in November 2021.[70]

While the season is marketed as taking place in DC and features shots in the tourist-heavy sections of the District, the majority of the show takes place in Northern Virginia with some areas in Montgomery County, Maryland. However, the weddings take place in the District neighborhood of Georgetown.

Season 11[edit]

The eleventh season of Married at First Sight will feature couples from New Orleans. The first episode premiered on July 15, 2020.[71] The couples were:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status Children Remarried / new relationship Children in new marriage / relationship
1 Amelia Fatsi 27 Physician Yes Divorcing - ? ?
Bennett Kirschner 28 Artistic director of a theater company ? ?
2 Olivia Cornu 30 Nurse practitioner No Divorced - ? ?
Brett Lindsey 35 Certified AWS cloud practitioner ? ?
3 Karen Landry 30 Human resources consultant Yes Married -
Miles Williams 26 Children & youth educator
4 Amani Smith 29 Nonprofit field Yes Married -
Woody Randall 30 Teacher and coach/mentor
5 Christina Croce 30 Flight attendant No Divorced - ? ?
Henry Rodriguez 35 Clinical recruiter Yes ?

Miles and Woody made Married At First Sight history by being the first best friends to apply together and be selected at the same time.

Season 12[edit]

The twelfth season of Married at First Sight takes place in Atlanta.[72] It is the first to feature a divorced candidate.[73] The first episode premiered January 13, 2021.[5] The couples are:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status
1 Haley Harris 28 Account Executive No Divorced
Jacob Harter 38 Senior IT Analyst
2 Paige Banks 25 Accountant No Divorced
Chris Williams 27 Finance Manager & Entrepreneur Yes by default
3 Briana Myles 28 Engineer Yes Married
Vincent Morales 28 Auto Broker
4 Clara Berghaus 27 Flight Attendant Yes Divorced
Ryan Oubré 29 Project Manager
5 Virginia Coombs 26 Account Coordinator Yes Divorced
Erik Lake 33 Pilot

Another first occurred in this season when Chris' former fiancée contacted him while he was on his honeymoon to let him know she was pregnant.

Season 13[edit]

The thirteenth season of Married at First Sight will feature couples from Houston and to be first aired on July 21, 2021.[72]

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status
1 Michaela 30 Realtor Yes Divorced
Zack 27 Finance No
2 Rachel 33 Special Education Evaluator Yes Married
Jose 35 Mission Flight Specialist
3 Bao 35 Research Administrative Director No Divorced
Johnny 35 IT Project Manager Yes
4 Myrla 34 Leadership coach Yes Divorced
Gil 35 Firefighter
5 Brett 33 Teacher & Volleyball Coach No Divorced
Ryan 35 Oil & Gas Liaison

Season 14[edit]

The fourteenth season of Married at First Sight will feature couples from Boston. [74]


# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Current Status
1 Jasmina 29
Michael 28
2 Katina 29
Olajuwon 29
3 Lindsay 34
Mark 37
4 Noi 33
Steve 38
5 Alyssa 30
Chris 35


Timeline of cast[edit]

Cast Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 Second Chances 6 7 Honeymoon Island 8 9 10 11 12 13 Unmatchables
Dr. Pepper Schwartz Expert Expert Expert
Dr. Logan Levkoff Expert
Dr. Joseph Cilona Expert
Chaplain Greg Epstein Expert
Pastor Calvin Roberson Expert
Rachel DeAlto Expert
Dr. Jessica Griffin Expert
Dr. Viviana Coles Expert
Jamie Otis Contestant Unfiltered Host Unfiltered Host Unfiltered Host Unfiltered Host

Spinoffs[edit]

Married at First Sight has had eight spinoffs:

  • Married at First Sight: The First Year
  • Married Life
  • Married at First Sight: Second Chances
  • Jamie and Doug Plus One
  • Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island
  • Married at First Sight: Happily Ever After
  • Married at First Sight: Couples' Cam
  • Married at First Sight: Unmatchables

Married at First Sight: The First Year[edit]

Married at First Sight: The First Year follows the lives of the two Season 1 couples that remained married from the six-month mark to the one-year anniversary and beyond. The couples are Jamie Otis-Hehner and Doug Hehner, and Courtney Hendrix-Carrion and Jason Carrion. The first episode premiered on January 13, 2015. A total of two seasons have been shown for this spinoff.

Married Life[edit]

Married Life continues to follow the daily lives of two married couples from Season 1, Jamie Otis-Hehner and Doug Hehner and Courtney Hendrix-Carrion and Jason Carrion. The first season premiered May 5, 2015. The second season premiered January 24, 2017.[75]

Married at First Sight: Second Chances[edit]

Two participants from Season 3, Vanessa Nelson and David Norton, both took part in the first season of the second spinoff Married at First Sight: Second Chances. Both David and Vanessa selected from a group of men (for Nelson) and women (for Norton) to date in a format similar to that of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, ultimately ending with each of them choosing someone to marry. The groups were narrowed down from one hundred (in a speed dating-like situation) to twenty-five, to ten. After Vanessa and David each picked their top ten, they eliminated one person each episode (with the exception of one week's double elimination) until finding 'the one'. The first season premiered on 27 April 2017 and concluded on 6 July 2017 with Vanessa becoming engaged to Andre, although they ultimately ended their relationship, and David choosing to marry no one.

Jamie and Doug Plus One[edit]

Jamie and Doug Plus One continues to follow the lives of Jamie Otis-Hehner and Doug Hehner from the time right before the birth of their daughter Henley, through the first months of new parenthood. The series shows the couple's struggles with caring for their newborn while trying to maintain intimacy in their marriage.

Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island[edit]

Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island is an eight-episode series about sixteen singles on an exotic island attempting to match themselves.[76] Casting includes unmatched singles from earlier seasons of the original, fan favorites, and new candidates. Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island premiered on October 23, 2018, and the participants are:[76]

# Name Gender Age Occupation From
1 Brandin Brosh Female 28 Clothing boutique owner Biloxi, MS
2 Isabella McKenzie Female 25 Hostess Atlanta, GA
3 Jada Rashawn Female 27 Nanny placement specialist San Antonio, TX
4 Jocelyn Thompson Female 30 Business owner Los Angeles, CA
5 Katie Muller Female 28 Digital advertising specialist Denver, CO
6 Kimber Gardner Female 28 Medical sales representative Las Vegas, NV
7 Lizzie Muse Female 30 Kundalini yoga teacher Boston, MA
8 Mekalya Silvera Female 32 Hair stylist Miami, FL
9 Bryan McKay Male 40 Estimator Miami, FL
10 Chris Perry Male 29 Personal trainer and youth counselor Binghamton, NY
11 Corey Saunders Male 31 Founder and CEO of BEFIT Boston, MA
12 Eric Acosta Male 31 Entrepreneur Denver, CO
13 Jona Bienko Male 35 Auto broker Como, CO
14 Shannon Raddler Male 33 Pharmaceutical sales representative Atlanta, GA
15 Travis Dalton Male 30 Aerospace engineer Bluffton, SC
16 Tyler Moody Male 26 Construction company owner Greeley, CO

At the end of the season, the following participants remain:

# Couple Age Occupation Final Decision Status
1 Kimber Gardner 28 Medical sales representative Yes Engaged but have since broken up
Shannon Raddler 33 Pharmaceutical sales representative
2 Jada Rashawn 27 Nanny placement specialist Yes Engaged but have since broken up[77]
Chris Perry 29 Personal trainer and youth counselor
3 Brandin Brosh 28 Clothing boutique owner Yes Engaged but have since broken up
Jona Bienko 35 Auto broker

Married at First Sight: Happily Ever After[edit]

Married at First Sight: Happily Ever After follows the lives of couples from previous seasons who still remain married and are expecting children, including Ashley Petta and Anthony D'Amico from Season 5, Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre from Season 6, and Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd from season 7.[76] The first episode premiered on October 30, 2018.

Married at First Sight: Couples' Cam[edit]

Married at First Sight: Couples' Cam premiered on May 20, 2020.[78]

Married at First Sight: Unmatchables[edit]

Married at First Sight: Unmatchables will premiere in 2021.[79]

International versions[edit]

The format created in Denmark has been adapted in several countries.

Country Local Title TV channel Year aired
 Belgium Blind Getrouwd VTM
  • Season 1, 2016
  • Season 2, 2017
  • Season 3, 2018
  • Season 4, 2019
 Bulgaria Женени от пръв поглед NOVA
  • Season 1, 2015
  • Season 2, 2019
 Czech Republic Svatba na první pohled TV Nova 2020–present
 Denmark (original format) Gift ved første blik DR3 (season 1)
DR1 (season 2–present)
  • Season 1, 2013
  • Season 2, 2014
  • Season 3, 2015
  • Season 4, 2017
  • Season 5, 2018
  • Season 6, 2019
 United Kingdom Married at First Sight Channel 4 (season 1–5)
E4 (season 6–present)
  • Season 1, 2015
  • Season 2, 2016
  • Season 3, 2018
  • Season 4, 2019
  • Season 5, 2020
  • Season 6, 2021
 Australia Married at First Sight Nine Network
  • Season 1, 2015
  • Season 2, 2016
  • Season 3, 2016
  • Season 4, 2017
  • Season 5, 2018
  • Season 6, 2019
  • Season 7, 2020
 Italy Matrimonio a prima vista Italia Sky Uno, TV8 (season 1–3)
Real Time (season 4–present)
  • Season 1, 2016
  • Season 2, 2017
  • Season 3, 2018
  • Season 4, 2019
  • Season 5, 2020
  • Season 6, 2021
 Germany Hochzeit auf den ersten Blick Sat.1
  • Season 1, 2015
  • Season 2, 2016
  • Season 3, 2017
  • Season 4, 2018
  • Season 5, 2019
 Finland Ensitreffit alttarilla AVA (season 1–6)
MTV3 (season 7–present)
  • Season 1, 2015
  • Season 2, 2015
  • Season 3, 2016
  • Season 4, 2017
  • Season 5, 2018
  • Season 6, 2019
  • Season 7, 2020
  • Season 8, 2021
 France Mariés au premier regard M6
  • Season 1, 2016
  • Season 2, 2017
  • Season 3, 2019
  • Season 4, 2020
  • Season 5, 2021
 Poland Ślub od pierwszego wejrzenia TVN 2016–present
 Portugal Casados à primeira vista SIC
  • Season 1, 2018
  • Season 2, 2019
 New Zealand Married at First Sight Three 2017–present
 Israel חתונה ממבט ראשון Keshet 2017–present
 South Africa Married at First Sight SA Lifetime 2016–present
 Slovakia Svatba na prvý pohĺad Markíza 2020–present
 Sweden Gift vid första ögonkastet Sveriges Television 2014–present
 The Netherlands Married at First Sight RTL4 2016–present
 Serbia Брак на невиђено
Brak na neviđeno
RTV Pink 2018–present
 Croatia Brak na prvu RTL 2020–present
 Brazil Casamento à Primeira Vista A&E
Lifetime
2015–present
 Spain Casados a primera vista Antena 3
  • Season 1, 2015
  • Season 2, 2016
  • Season 3, 2017
  • Season 4, 2018
 Sweden Gift vid första ögonkastet Sveriges Television 2014–present
 Hungary Házasság első látásra RTL Klub
  • Season 1, 2017
 Romania Casatoriti pe nevazute ProTV
  • Season 1, 2021

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