Nine renews Married at First Sight

Nine has confirmed Married at First Sight will return for a fifth season next year.

Viewers have been captivated by the expanded series which features 10 couples tying the knot, heated weekly dinner parties and emotionally charged commitment ceremonies.

Series four of Married at First Sight has been a ratings hit, delivering a series national average of1.472 million viewers. The series high peak audience of 2.293 million viewers was achieved onMonday, February 13. Married at First Sight has boosted Nine’s audience in the 7.30pm – 9.00pm timeslot by 20% year-on-year with Total People, by 40% with People 25-54 and by a staggering 71% with People 16-39 (when compared to the corresponding days last year).

Nine’s Head of Content, Production and Development, Adrian Swift, said: “We are so proud of Married at First Sight and its performance. It is a terrific show that is emotionally charged, full of love, and provides couples with a real shot at finding love. It’s no wonder everyone is talking about it. We can’t wait to see what the next series will bring.”

Season five will again be produced by Endemol Shine Australia for the Nine Network.

Endemol Shine Australia CEO, Mark Fennessy, said: “We are thrilled to be recommissioned for another season of Australia’s most controversial and groundbreaking series. Season four has proven to be a ratings hit for Nine and we’re looking forward to taking it further in season five on this much talked about show.”

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