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...
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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 »
I think this show needs to end. The so called experts have a worse success rate than people that get married without them! And the ones that did stay married, its only been a few years in and most couples that marry do stay together the first 5 years. It's time for these experts to see that this experiment is a HUGE failure and is wrong to continue. It seems they like to pair up couples that are very different in the hopes that their mate will change them. Big mistake! Lillian and Tom stayed married (so far), but I see them headed for a lot of problems in the future due to their so different work ethics. Season one none of the couples stayed married for even 6 months. That in itself should have been a big heads up for the producers and "experts" to see that their method is VERY flawed. Shame on them to keep doing new shows. Out of 12 couples only 3 are still happily married. Five years from now I think that won't even be true.
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