Married at First Sight couples got back together for the reunion episode. A recent leak showed a big difference in the usual timeline. Fans wonder if it’s due to COVID-19 or if MAFS will give couples more time to make their decisions from here on out.
Married at First Sight: Timeline of Events Out of the Norm
The new season of MAFS on Lifetime has been one for the books. There are twists, turns, and of course, beautiful Mexico. Woody Randall and Amani are fan favorites, Brett Lindsey and Olivia are at each other’s throats, and Amelia Fatsi and Bennett Kirschner are weird in the best way possible.
And then we have the awkwardness of Henry Rodriguez and his wife Christina and the red flags over in Karen and husband Miles Williams‘ direction. And now it looks like they might have been stuck together during quarantine longer than we thought.
According to MAFSfan, the Married at First Sight bachelor and bachelorette parties took place on February 7th. The weddings were February 14-16th, the honeymoon was February 18-23rd, Re-commitment Day was May 2nd, Decision Day was June 12th, and the reunion filmed August 29th.
Karen and Miles Williams Needed More Time
Recently, a friend of Karen from Married at First Sight shared about the extended time period. The friend said if Miles Williams and Karen didn’t have the extra time in quarantine, they probably wouldn’t have made it. They went on to say that Karen didn’t feel comfortable on camera and shut herself off.
In the beginning, she was already worried because she saw the text and looked up Miles online. Whatever the case, it seems like the longer time period worked out for Karen and her husband, Miles. Despite her red flags, it seems like everything is going well for the couple.
Things are wrapping up quickly with Married at First Sight. And soon, we will see what took place with the couples. Some people wonder if there is going to be a lot of self-taping airing soon. Or if they worked out a way to still document using the production crew.
Married at First Sight: Who Stays Together and Who Divorces?
With the extended timeline, fans feel bad for couples that weren’t getting along. But many think that the extra time they got might have made for the success of the marriages on Married at First Sight this season. After all, they had more time to get to know each other and grow fond of one another.
On the reunion episode, everyone will get the true dish on whose marriage is still intact. Even though spoilers say there are three couples that stayed together, some people wonder if the tables turned for anyone between Decision Day and the reunion taping.
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