Tonight two new couples tie the night, but let’s just use reality TV lingo and call them the intruders.
Now the Sam/Ines/Bronson/Elizabeth drama is over it’s time to inject fresh tension into the series – well, until Cyrelle’s next convenient blow-up.
— Married At First Sight (@MarriedAU) 25 February 2019
As much as we whinge about the staged aspects of the show and the sheer awfulness of some contestants, it’s a ratings winner for Nine.
#MAFS is set for another big week, taking out the top spot on Australian TV and hitting a new series high last night. The show pulled an average audience of 2.216m nationally (5 City 1.659m Reg: 557,000). pic.twitter.com/iGeVrUIFpi
— Nine Comms (@9Comms) 24 February 2019
In the wake of such ratings perhaps MKR really change the way it structures its 2020 series, instead of just promising us changes and then delivering exactly the same show, with contestants who can barely cook a toastie.
As we saw in the promo, blonde Susie is a single mum looking for love. Her child is named – wait for it – Baby. Please discuss.