A double bill of Married at First Sight spin-off, Couples Cam, followed by Season Six of Married at First Sight Australia launches on Lifetime in the US on Thursday, February 4 at 8pm ET/PT and 9pm ET/PT respectively.

In this second season of Married at First Sight: Couples Cam, which airs weekly, three new couples from Married at First Sight USA Season 11 will join the nine fan-favorite couples featured in Season One. Self-shot by the couples themselves, using mounted cameras and diary cams, the series follows the highs, lows, humor and drama of everyday domestic life. Featuring never-before-seen footage, the episodes capture everything from the birth of babies and home renovation projects, to parenting pressures, career changes – and for some, relationship counselling. Virtual group chats bring all the couples together to discuss their hopes for the future.

Lifetime’s acquisition of Season Six of Married at First Sight Australia follows the success of Season Seven in 2020 and provides fans with 41 super-sized episodes

A channel defining brand, Married at First Sight now dominates two weekday evenings for Lifetime; the broadcaster is also airing Season 12 of Married at First Sight USA on Wednesday nights at 8pm ET/PT and has renewed the award-winning reality show through to Season 17.

Married at First Sight and Married at First Sight: Couples Cam are produced by Kinetic Content. Executive producers for Kinetic Content on both series are Chris Coelen, Eric Detwiler, Ally Simpson and Gena McCarthy for Lifetime. Married at First Sight is also executive produced by Jason Sands and Toni Gallagher while Geoff Nuanes is also executive producer for Married at First Sight: Couples Cam.

The Married at First Sight format is created and produced by Snowman Productions in Denmark for DR3/DR1, and is distributed by Red Arrow Studios International, with local productions in 30 territories worldwide.