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Married At First Sight Season 10 - Episode 5


Although it seems as though Mindy and Zach were headed to greener pastures after he kissed her for the first time on episode 5, Zach's lack of attraction towards his wife prevents them from getting any closer in episode 6. "I've never been in a position where I've had to allow attraction to evolve or search for an attraction," Zach tells the other husbands during their catamaran outing.




Married at First Sight Season 10 - Episode 5


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However, their relationship takes a turn for the worst in the final minutes of the episode. Aggravated and aggressive, Brandon becomes confrontational with the camera crew and producers when they refuse to stop filming him. Taylor tries to calm him down, but her efforts backfire when she tells him that she doesn't want to be married to the "difficult person you're being on camera," but rather she'd "like to be married to the sweet kind Brandon."


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]


Over the fifteen completed seasons of MAFS, 59 couples have been matched. 43 of them (73%) chose to stay married on Decision Day, out of which almost two-thirds have since divorced, filed for divorce, or announced their divorce. As of February 2023, this left only 12 couples married, making for a current overall success rate of 20%.


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] In February 2023, they announced they were expecting their second child together.url= -cortney-hendrix-expecting-second-baby-exclusive/


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:


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:


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] As of October 18, 2022, Fracentic and Griffin are officially married.[45]


In July 2020, Tristan married Rachel, who he had been in a relationship with since early 2019.[50] In March 2021, they welcomed their first child together, a baby boy named Phoenix.[51] As of 2021, Mia is still single.[52]


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:


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 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.[83]


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.


Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island is an eight-episode series about sixteen singles on an exotic island attempting to match themselves.[84] 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:[84]


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.[84] The first episode premiered on October 30, 2018.


Married at First Sight (MAFS) continues to dominate the total TV ratings after once again being the top program for the night with 1.959m, up 51%. The episode featured the fourth dinner party of the season with most of the attention focusing on the crumbling marriage of Carolina and Dion, with it causing tension amongst the other couples. 041b061a72


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