Married At First Sight Tracey and Sean’s Spin-Off series confirmed!

The new couple are getting their own show!

By NW team
If, like us, you were devo when Married At First Sight ended, well, here's some news to cheer up your day – there's already a spin-off series in the works featuring shock new couples Tracey Jewel and Sean Thompson, and Carly Bowyer and Troy Delmege!
Yep, sources at Channel Nine reveal a new show is already in development – and Tracey and Sean confirm to NW they're keen to start the cameras rolling on their new life together in Melbourne.
"We can do it with Carly and Troy," Sean, 34, laughs, hinting that the series could be called Wife Swap!
Despite the telling working title of the series, Tracey assures us that "there will be no swapping anymore".
"For the record, there was no overlap between Dean [Wells, my on-screen ex-husband] and Sean," Tracey, 34, says matter-of-factly, before Sean pipes in, "I actually thought Tracey was way too good for me at the time – she was just focusing on Dean and his issues." Aww!
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Indeed, the couple are going strong after Sean won over the approval of Trace's eight-year-old daughter Grace, with Sean spilling that Tracey's mini-me reckons he's much "cooler" than her bad-boy ex.
"[Grace]said it to me straight away! She went 'Sean's awesome – I never liked Dean,'" Sean tells NW. Eeek!
And Tracey couldn't be more thrilled with how well Sean and Gracey have bonded.
"Grace is a good judge of character – what can I say?! I do listen to Grace for her opinion. She's usually on point," she spills.

So could the cameras be following the couple as they add to the clan? All signs point to yes!
"Sean and I have discussed that we both want kids in our future and I've seen him with Grace. It's definitely on the cards for the future," Trace reveals to NW.
And with Carly and Troy already planning to make little MAFS babies of their own, their spin-off series already sounds like a hit!
One thing's for sure – we'll definitely be watching!

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