Thursday, September 29, 2016

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 4 Premiere: New Experts Join Show

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 4 Premiere: New Experts Join Show

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“Married At First Sight” season 4 is set to premiere next month and new experts are about to join the show.

Since spiritual advisor Greg Epstein, sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff, and clinical psychologist Joseph Cilona had left “Married At First Sight,” a new set of experts will come in to help the new couples. People magazine reported that sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz will be joined by two newcomers – marriage counselor Pastor Calvin Roberson and communication and relationship expert Rachel DeAlto.

The magazine also wrote that FYI has decided to take “Married At First Sight” season four in Miami, Florida. The previous seasons of MAFS took place in New York (seasons one and two) and Atlanta (season three).

According to Yibada, “Married At First Sight” season one has been the most successful season so far. First season’s couples Jamie Otis and Dough Hehner, and Cortney Hendrix and Jason Corrien remained married after the conclusion of the social experiment series. However, all three couples from season two and three ended in divorce.

MAFS follows the attempt of three couples to make a legal marriage work after meeting for the first time as they walk down the aisle, People noted.

The 14-episode “Married At First Sight” season 4 premieres on July 26 at 9 p.m. ET on FYI.

Meanwhile, Otis has shared some tips to keep a marriage intact. In her book, “Wifey 101: Everything I Got Wrong After Meeting Mr. Right,” Otis talked about the importance of sex, forgiveness, and being nice with the in-laws.

Otis encouraged the wives to be more sensitive to their spouse’s needs. “Try to just lay together naked and see where it goes. Nine times out of 10 it’s going to go somewhere and you’ll enjoy it, too,” she wrote.

She also admitted that having sessions with the “Married at First Sight” resident psychologist helped her forgive Hehner and overcome their disagreements.