A team of relationship experts have matched six singles who have failed to find love and have agreed to marry a total stranger. The first time the couples meet is at their wedding ceremony. Will they...
A team of relationship experts aim to match three couples to get married at first sight. Once the matches are made, the couples have less than one week to prepare for their weddings without knowing ...
Using a unique 90-day engagement visa, four women travel to the US to live with their American fiancés for the first time. Each couple has 90 days to wed before the visas expire and the women must return home.
Eight singles (out of thousands of applicants), chosen by clinical physiologist John Aiken, neuropsychotherapist Dr. Trisha Stratford and psychologist Sabina Read, come to find themselves ... See full summary »
Life after 90 Days continues for Danielle & Mohamed, Loren & Alexei, Russ & Paola, Jorge & Anfisa and Chantel & Pedro as they each have a quick dose of reality and drama unfolds when ... See full summary »
We get to follow couples that have met on a dating website for inmates and what happens when they finally meet after the convicts release. Their trials are not just with each other but also... See full summary »
Four married couples try to save their marriages by entering into a social experiment. During this experiment, the four couples switch spouses and live with another participants spouse for two weeks as husband and wife.
Dr. Jessica Griffin,
Charles J. Orlando,
Dr. Daniel Shapiro
Follow couples who have an existing relationship online, but haven't met in person. We'll experience their journey as they travel to the other's foreign country for the first time in an ... See full summary »
The first season of the show focused on New York City primarily as its setting as well as New Jersey. Season two also set New York City as its backdrop while season three focused on Atlanta, Georgia. South Florida was the setting of season four. See more »
Fascinating concept- could use major improvements.
I just watched this as a marathon. I wanted to love it, kind of like Monet and Vaughn wanted to love each other, but some glaring issues remain:
My biggest gripe is that 1month is completely inadequate for an experiment such as this. I suggest at least 6 months to truly get to the depths of how two people adjust to an arranged marriage. I understand that there are other concerns when producing a TV show, but one month can't be taken seriously. It almost smells lazy in terms of production.
The show recycled sound bites way too much. It was awful listening to the same quotes every episode!
The matching process was hardly described- really vague. It made the first episode quite boring- which worked for me because I watched the wedding one first, so I was already hooked. But what would be educational about this show is to learn more about how they matched these couples.
Another suggestion: it might be beneficial to round out every episode with a therapy session for each couple. It's another chance to educate the audience on healthy ways to confront marital issues, and it might help redirect couples early on, thereby increasing their chances of staying together.
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