The new season of "Married at First Sight" is expected to bring justice back to the series after the previous season received negative responses.
The previous season of the series showed Jason Carrion-Cortney Hendrix and Doug Hehner-Jamie Otis going through several special moments on their lives, such as birthdays and holidays that included meeting each other's family members.
With those happy moments, the year also brought challenges and struggles for the couples. However, the two couples were still able to overcome the obstacles of their first years together. With those results, it can be seen that the love experts Dr. Joseph Cilona, Dr. Logan Levkoff, and Dr. Pepper Schwartz are successful in finding compatible couples.
The new season is expected to continue following the lives of the two couples. Jamie Otis recently shared her sentiments on the first year of marriage.
She said, "Initially Doug & I were a bit hesitant for another show - but we were at a point in our relationship where we really NEEDED help. We went through (and are still going through) lot of hard stuff and didn't know where to turn. I'm a bit dreading watching it back and re-living it all just because it's been so tough."
However, the series also had its sad moments of divorce. The previous season had all the couples divorce, including Davina Kullar and Sean Varricchio, who ended their relationship before the series finale. It was reported that along with the other divorced couples, Kullar and Varricchio will be featured in a special titled "6 Months Later."
Meanwhile, it was reported that Kullar and Varricchio are in good terms, despite the end of their relationship. Kullar had stated, "We're now at a place where we're just able to have fun."
The upcoming season of "Married First Sight: First Year" is expected to return Oct. 13.