Channel Nine has moved Reno Rumble into a later timeslot and brought Married at First Sight forward to 7:30pm from next week.
Four new brides and four new grooms are about to do the unthinkable – and get married at first sight in this jaw-dropping program narrated by Nine’s Georgie Gardner.
Three top relationship experts will control the experiment involving eight Aussie singles who are ready to find the one, using a mix of neuroscience and psychology to try to create four perfect matches. Psychologist and dating expert Mel Schilling joins relationship psychologist John Aiken and neuropsychotherapist Trisha Stratford in the matchmaking team.
John Aiken has interviewed the marriage applicants across the nation and built a detailed personal profile for each one. Dr. Trisha Stratford compiled their detailed neurological profiles, and in this series introduces an attractiveness test as well as pheromone testing. And Mel Schilling met the applicants in their own environment to prepare to pair them with the most suitable partners.
Married at First Sight follows this ground-breaking experiment as the couples marry, honeymoon, meet the in-laws and set up home, all the while getting to know one another more and more deeply, to see if the matchmakers got it right.
These four new, extremely brave and hopeful couples will face the most terrifying wedding imaginable – meeting their partner at the altar. Who will make it through the wedding to live as man and wife? And at the end of the experiment, every couple must decide whether to call it quits or stay married … at first sight.
Married at First Sight will screen at 7:30pm Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 April on Nine
For those still watching Reno Rumble, it will be aired twice a week at 8:40pm on Monday and Tuesdays