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Married At First Sight UK season 8 will be a bumper edition with more episodes than ever, it is understood.
The E4 programme follows a bunch of singletons who are coupled off by a team of relationship experts, including Paul C Brunson and Mel Schilling.
But there’s a catch: they only meet for the first time as they walk up the aisle and tie the knot, before turbo-charging married life to see if they make a good match.
The bold show, which has been known to be extremely dramatic, has even produced some successful relationships IRL, including Tayah Victoria and Adam Aveling, who recently welcomed their first child together.
Watching contestants give everything a go for true love has also proved a ratings winner for Channel 4, becoming the It’s A Sin broadcaster’s most successful show in 2022.
Recent Barb data revealed that the chaotic programme was officially the top show of any UK broadcaster’s streaming service during September and October, amassing a whopping 51.7million views.MAFS couples marry a total stranger on the show (Picture: E4)
And it appears that show bosses want to give MAFS fans more of what they want, literally, by extending the next season’s run.
Metro.co.uk understands that MAFS UK season 8 will be its ‘longest series yet’ and could run for around eight weeks.
This year, Married At First Sight UK was on air from August 21 to October 18, which is around seven weeks, so fans could have an extra week of explosive showdowns and sweet moments of intimacy.The couples reflect on their marriage in regular chats with the experts(Picture: E4) What else do you predict for the new series of MAFS UK?Comment Now
That would mean the show would potentially run for as long as Love Island, which this year saw the singletons, including Gemma Owen and Davide Sanclimenti, frolic in the villa for eight weeks.
Love Island season 8 broadcast an astonishing 57 episodes, while Married At First Sight UK season 7 featured 30 episodes.
If you really want to be part of the MAFS action, Channel 4 is still on the hunt for single pringles to take part, with the first stage of the application available on its website.
You’ll need to be aged 18 or over, and prepared to marry the person the show’s experts match you with – whether it’s true love (or lust) at first sight or not.
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But be warned: there could be intense competition as for series 6 producers CPL wrote on their website that more than 1,500 people applied.
Metro.co.uk reached out to E4 for comment.
Married At First Sight UK returns to E4 in 2023.
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