Married At First Sight Australia: Will there be another series of MAFSA?

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Married At First Sight Australia has come to the UK and fans have been enjoying the original 2018 series on E4. The fifth season has now finished and fans who cannot get enough of the show are keen to find out when it will be back. has everything you need to know about whether there will be another series of MAFSA.

Will there be another series of Married At First Sight Australia?

Season five of Married At First Sight Australia started airing in the UK in August 2020.

The quirky dating series originally aired in Oz back in 2018, and fans have been keen to find out where the couples are now, and whether they are still together.

The series sees a panel of experts pairing up singletons and they get married before they have a chance to meet in person.

The couples then go on a honeymoon, meet each other’s families and spend some time together before they decide whether they want to remain a married couple.

Fans in the UK were able to watch a reunion episode which saw all the couples return to discuss the progress of their relationships.

They will be pleased to hear there could be another outing of the series arriving in the UK soon.

E4 has previously aired season four of MAFSA, which was the 2017 series, so it seems they are rerunning the seasons in order.

With this in mind, fans could be expecting season six, which aired last year in 2019, to air in the UK in the near future. has contacted E4 to find out when the next season will land, and we are awaiting a response.

Couples on season six of MAFSA include:

Jules and Cameron

Nic and Cyrell

Jessika and Mick

Melissa and Dino

Mike and Heidi

Ning and Mark

Sam and Elizabeth

Lauren and Matthew

Ines and Bronson

Martha and Michael

Susie and Billy

Dan and Tamara

A seventh season has just aired in Australia this year, 2020, so fans will hopefully be able to look forward to the most recent season, too.

Season six saw a change in structure as all couples got married on the same week. They all met at dinner parties and weekly commitment ceremonies.

Also, for the first time in the history of the series, the men and women were able to spend time apart from each other.

The men were able to spend a night together, as were the women, and they were then sent to the Gold Coast to test their relationships.

In season six, two new couples were introduced to the series half way through the experiment. The series was made up of a total of 40 episodes, and they aired between January and April 2019.

This means fans have plenty of content to look forward to when the season finally lands on E4 in the UK.

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Seasons one to five of the series are available to watch via the All4 streaming platform if fans need something to fill the MAFSA void.

Fans have already taken to social media to share their thoughts on the series, with one saying: “I have now spent 31 hours of my life watching Married At First Sight Australia. I regret nothing.”

Another fan said: “The last episode of Married at First Sight Australia clashing with the first episode Bake Off really is the busiest my social calendar has been since March.”

Viewers are keen to find out when the next lot of episodes will be arriving, with one saying: “What are we gonna do with our lives now Married At First Sight Australia has finished???”

Season four of the series had been airing in the UK in August, so fans should not have to wait long for season six.

With less than a month between seasons four and five airing, there is hope the sixth season will air in October 2020.

Fans can keep up to date with the couples on social media in the meantime, and there is an unofficial Instagram for the series which posts regular updates.

The Australian series is based on the Danish programme of the same name, and season eight has already been confirmed.

One of the experts on the panel, Trisha Stratford revealed she would be leaving to focus on her Neuropsychotherapy research. She will be replaced by sexologist Alessandra Rampolla.

Other experts on the panel include John Aiken and Mel Schilling.

Married At First Sight Australia airs on E4

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