Married At First Sight

Married at First Sight's 2019 premiere date has been announced!

Get your diaries out and put a big red circle on THIS date...

Brace yourselves, Married at First Sight 2019 is coming in hot!

Nine have confirmed that the next instalment of the popular reality TV show will be premiering on Monday 28 January 2019 at 7.30pm.

Returning are experts John Aiken, Mel Schilling and neuropsychotherapist Dr Trisha Stratford who once again put science to the test when it comes to matters of the heart.

You'll bear witness to more love than ever before plus some surprising new elements that will rock the experiment and challenge no only the couples but the group as a whole! Ooooh!

"Ten brides and ten grooms from across Australia, each with their own remarkable stories, will face more challenges and romantic hurdles than ever before," a statement from NINE read.

*MAFS* will return to our screens on the 28th of January! *(Image: Nine Network)*
MAFS will return to our screens on the 28th of January! (Image: Nine Network)

While fans are still reeling from the drama of last season, we can confirm that next year's is going to be BIGGER and BETTER than ever and we cannot wait!

In early December, the trailer for the new season dropped and staying true to the show's dramatic nature, it showed some of the dashing grooms rushing to meet their brides in a vast maze as Never Enough, a song from the hit musical The Greatest Showman, played in the background.

But it was the familiar faces seen in the video that really had us ogling.

Dino Hira has already tried his hand at *First Dates*. *(Source: Instagram)*
Dino Hira has already tried his hand at First Dates. (Source: Instagram)

Among the new cast are some very familiar faces including Professional cricketer Cameron Merchant, Home and Away extra Sam Ball and First Dates star Dino Hira.

Earlier this year on the TV WEEK Logie Awards red carpet, the experts promised "bigger and better, more diversity" and started matching in July.

"We want people really genuinely committed to finding love and we've got some great participants lined up already," psychologist Dr Trish Stratford said.

When we asked the MAFS matchmakers why their show has such a low success rate, they had this to say: "It's a relationship show, not a dating show and what they do is they find out about themselves and then they can go on and find a partner afterwards. Of course we want them to stay together. But you know they're under enormous pressure so it's not like the real world," Trish explained.

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The dramatic trailer also revealed several other cast members who are not as well known, but going by their expressive displays, promise no less drama.

And if last season is anything to go by, we'll be getting plenty of it - even when the show is over.

"I'm looking for that missing piece in my life. I'm ready, I'm definitely ready," Sam Ball says in the trailer.

And that missing piece for us is MAFS 2019!

Let the drama unfold!

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