FYI has announced Married at First Sight will premiere with an all-new season on Tuesday, July 26 at 8:45PM ET/PT, following by a 15-minute Unfiltered after-show.
Preceding the season's debut, the network will air a Matchmaking Special beginning at 8PM ET/PT.
And then from Tuesday, August 2 to Tuesday, October 18, FYI will air a 15-minute Confessions special every week beginning at 8:30PM ET/PT. Married at First Sight's regular episodes will then air in the same 8:45-10PM ET/PT timeslot. The Unfiltered after-show segments will also remain in the same 10-10:15PM ET/PT timeslot.
The Season 4 finale of Married at First Sight will be extended from 8:45-11PM ET/PT on Tuesday, October 25. The Unfiltered segment will immediately follow per usual.
In the next season, three couples -- comprised of six complete strangers who don't even know each other's names -- will once again marry the moment they meet. The couples who are matched up by a panel of experts will tie the knot in Miami, FL. Previous seasons were filmed in New York and Georgia.
Sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz is the only original expert to remain on the panel next season. She will be joined by newcomers Rachel DeAlto, a communication and relationship expert, as well as Pastor Calvin Roberson, a marriage counselor.
The two new experts will replace psychologist Dr. Joseph Cilona, Dr. Greg Epstein, and sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff.
The experts have been working together to form three compatible couples. Over the course of several weeks, the Married at First Sight episodes will feature the newlyweds marry, honeymoon, move in together, and attempt to get through the daily struggles of life. After about a month of hard work, each couple must determine whether they'd like to stay married or get a divorce.