Lifetime revealed the Season 11 pickup of Married at First Sight as part of a two-season renewal announcement in which it announced that (similar to the last two years) it has renewed the series for two additional seasons that will both air in 2020.
Since episodes will be supersized for both of the upcoming seasons, it's likely five couples will also star on Season 11.
"We're thrilled to see Married at First Sight achieve record ratings in its ninth season, with great things to come in 2020 as we expand the format even more. It's become destination viewing for Lifetime," Lfetime executive Gena McCarthy said.
Married at First Sight features experts matching up pairs of strangers based on their compatibility, goals, physical type, hobbies, religion, views of marriage and gender roles, and more.
Last season's experts were sociologist Dr. Pepper, marriage counselor Pastor Calvin Roberson, and newcomer Dr. Viviana Coles, a psychotherapist who replaced Dr. Jessica Griffin.
After meeting for the first time on their big day, each couple gets married and the next six to eight weeks of their lives are documented -- beginning with their wedding ceremony, reception and honeymoon, and continuing with the joys and struggles of daily life as they move in together and adjust to their new life as newlyweds.