Married At First Sight Australia is a ratings hit in the US

By | January 17, 2021
Married At First Sight Australia is a ratings hit in the US

Married At First Sight Australia is a rankings hit within the US

Married At First Sight Australia is a rankings SMASH within the US as Lifetime acquires one other season

Married At First Sight Australia is proving to be a rankings smash in the US.

As reported by The Futon Critic this month, Lifetime have acquired one other season of the fact relationship present.

Final 12 months, Lifetime aired season seven, which featured the likes of Elizabeth Sobinoff and Seb Guilhaus, as welll as Stacey Hampton and Michael Goonan. 

Coming back for more: Married At First Sight Australia is proving to be a ratings SMASH in the United States as Lifetime acquires another season. Pictured: 2020 star Ivan Sarakula

Coming again for extra: Married At First Sight Australia is proving to be a rankings SMASH in the US as Lifetime acquires one other season. Pictured: 2020 star Ivan Sarakula 

Every day Mail Australia understands Lifetime will air season six of the social experiment, with a premiere date set for February 4.

Season six, which aired in 2019, starred contestants together with Jules Robinson and Cameron Service provider, Dan Webb and Tamara Pleasure, in addition to Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli.   

The information comes as season six continues to air in the UK on channel E4.

Expert: Last year, Lifetime aired season seven. Pictured: Contestant Steve Burley

Contestants: Elizabeth Sobinoff and Seb Guilhaus (pictured) starred on the 2020 season

Final 12 months, Lifetime aired season seven, which featured the likes of Elizabeth Sobinoff and Seb Guilhaus (proper), in addition to Stacey Hampton and Michael Goonan. Pictured on the left is Steve Burley 

Breakout stars: Daily Mail Australia understands Lifetime will air season six (2019) of the social experiment, with a premiere date set for February 4. Pictured are 2019 breakout stars and now legally husband and wife, Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant

Breakout stars: Every day Mail Australia understands Lifetime will air season six (2019) of the social experiment, with a premiere date set for February 4. Pictured are 2019 breakout stars and now legally husband and spouse, Jules Robinson and Cameron Service provider 

Ines Primary, who starred on the season, has revealed she is afraid of visiting England after receiving backlash from viewers following her therapy of TV ‘husband’ Bronson Norrish.

‘I’ve all the time wished to go to England, however I do not know if I ever will now as I’d get f***ing stabbed,’ the 30-year-old advised The Solar On-line on Friday.

‘I would like everybody to know I am a very nice woman, on the time I used to be simply closed-minded and it was all filmed two years in the past. I could not even be that particular person once more if I attempted.’  

Popular: Pictured are 2019's other breakout stars, Michael Brunelli and Martha Kalifatidis

Widespread: Pictured are 2019’s different breakout stars, Michael Brunelli and Martha Kalifatidis 

Fears: The news comes as Ines Basic (pictured), who starred on the 2019 season which is currently airing in the United Kingdom, revealed she is scared of visiting England. The 30-year-old has received backlash by viewers over her treatment of 'then-husband' Bronson Norrish

Fears: The information comes as Ines Primary (pictured), who starred on the 2019 season which is at present airing in the UK, revealed she is afraid of visiting England. The 30-year-old has obtained backlash by viewers over her therapy of ‘then-husband’ Bronson Norrish 

Followers weren’t impressed when the bride confirmed dissatisfaction for Bronson after seeing his eyebrow piercing when she started strolling down the aisle.

‘I believed it was an insult. The eyebrow ring f***ing despatched me – I used to be actual indignant. Do they assume I am a bit of s**t or one thing, is that this what I deserve [in] life?’ she mentioned. 

Ines advised the publication that she discovered it troublesome to be ‘good’ to her groom, and was left feeling disillusioned having not been positioned with ‘the person of her goals’.  

Negative portrayal: 'I've always wanted to go to England, but I don't know if I ever will now as I might get f***ing stabbed,' the brunette told The Sun Online on Friday

Unfavorable portrayal: ‘I’ve all the time wished to go to England, however I do not know if I ever will now as I’d get f***ing stabbed,’ the brunette advised The Solar On-line on Friday 

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