The "ultimate series reunion" will feature cast members from previous Married at First Sight seasons sitting down or videochatting with host Kevin Frazier to discuss the latest on their relationships or single lives, according to the network.
Along with interviews from the happily-married couples, controversial participants, and spouses on the brink of divorce, Where Are They Now? will reveal never-before-seen footage of two "dramatic" birth stories and address the shocking romance between former Married at First Sight expert, Dr. Jessica Griffin, and one of the husbands she helped match on Season 6, Jonathan Francetic.
Molly, who was married to Jonathan on Season 6, will voice her opinion on Jonathan and Jessica's relationship publicly for the first time.
A promo for the Married at First Sight: Where Are They Now? special Lifetime began airing this week highlighted some of the drama viewers will see.
Earlier this year, Iris revealed that she and Keith -- who like Amber and Matt, married in March 2019 and then lived together until "Decision Day" eight weeks later -- have not divorced yet because the state of North Carolina requires a one-year separation period before filing for a no-fault divorce.
During the promo, Shawniece, Samantha and Danielle are also all shown crying.
"I'm not that person anymore," Samantha vents in tears.
Molly gives her take on Jonathan planning a wedding with Jessica, a licensed psychologist who matched and counseled Jonathan and Molly during their marriage on Season 6 of Married at First Sightthat matched singles in the Boston area.
"She's supposed to be fighting for our marriage title. I have not commented publicly ever on this," Molly teases to Kevin in a videochat during the preview clip.
After Molly and Jonathan split midway through the filming of Married at First Sight's sixth season, Jessica and Jonathan later sparked up a romance that was considered scandalous when the news first broke.
Jessica is an associate professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, MA, which is about 45 minutes west of Boston. Originally from Ohio, she has three children from a previous marriage.
After several months of speculation that Jessica and Jonathan were dating based on social-media postings that seemed to show them making separate postings from the same places around the same times, the couple finally went public with their romance in August 2018 -- about four months after Married at First Sight's sixth-season finale aired on Lifetime.
Critics accused Jonathan and Jessica of engaging in an "inappropriate" relationship that reflected poorly on Jessica's professionalism and credibility.
Jessica, however, insisted she did not have an actual client/therapist or doctor/patient relationship with Jonathan at any point during production and outside companies are hired to conduct the psychological evaluations of Married at First Sight's cast members.
Jonathan and Jessica's backstory was further complicated by the fact that Married at First Sight's sixth season had shown Jessica being unusually confrontational with Molly when she met with Jonathan and Molly after they had a blowout fight that resulted in the end of their marriage.
"I understand you don't like my honesty, but I don't like your lies," Jessica scolded Molly, saying she didn't believe Molly's claims that the couple's fight had been the first time she had spoken to Jonathan in the belligerent manner she was shown in a video Jonathan had recorded.
But Jonathan has claimed he had no chemistry with Jessica while filming Married at First Sight and didn't even like her at the time. Jonathan said he and Jessica only formed a bond after filming wrapped.
"Once I got to know her, I realized how great she was and fell in love. That's why I locked that down!" he said in a 2019 interview.