The social experiment that brings in two strangers to marry based on the matches made by experts will continue in season 4, with casting currently ongoing.
Although “Married at First Sight” has been mounted with controversies and that most of the paired couples mostly decide to split in the experimental marriage, the show will continue with a fourth run. The show is currently casting for willing participants, who are within the age bracket of 25 to 40 years old and are open to marry the person who they have been matched and will just meet on the day.
The casting started early last week in Chicago, but it has also moved to Miami. In the first three installments of the show, “Married at First Sight” focused on specific areas, such as people from New York and Atlanta. It is uncertain why the fourth installment is moving on to different areas. It is possible that no one from Chicago wanted to enlist, but another possible reason may involve a change in the show’s criteria, which will not limit participants to specific states.
Meanwhile, there will also be changes needed in the panel of judges as three out of the four previous experts already announced that they are leaving the show.
Around the time that season 3 was about to conclude, Dr. Joseph Cilona, psychologist, announced through his Twitter account that he will not be returning to season 4 of the show, but did not specify the reason. Similarly, just two days after, Dr. Logan Levkoff, followed suit to pursue other “television adventure.” After another two days, Greg Epstein, the humanist chaplain, also revealed his decision to leave, although he did not specify his reason as well.
At this point, no official announcement had been made regarding the cast or the premiere date of “Married at First Sight” season 4.