The promo for the new season featured several interested applicants hoping to meet their future spouse for the first time at the altar on television. The show not only chronicles the wedding day, but cameras also follow three couples as they embark on their honeymoons and move in together afterwards.
Kinetic Content, the production company behind Married at First Sight, had begun casting for Dallas singles in October 2017, sparking local media coverage at the time.
The casting application for Married at First Sight's Dallas edition had required applicants to be available the first two weekends of February.
Married at First Sight producers were looking for individuals who are "single and brave," "appear to be between 26 and 35," have "exhausted all dating options" and are "ready to find the love of your life."
Shawniece and Jephte decided to stay married at the end of the extreme eight-week experiment, along with Ryan and Jaclyn. Shawniece and Jephte also recently revealed they are expecting their first child together.
Molly and Jonathan, on the other hand, chose to proceed with divorce at the end of the process.
Married at First Sight experts -- Dr. Jessica Griffin, Dr. Pepper Schwartz, and Pastor Calvin Roberson -- appeared to do an excellent job matching Molly and Jon due to their similar personalities, values and goals.