Married at First Sight Season 16 Episode 20 Description
Our Last Rodeo
After eight weeks of being married to a stranger, the time has finally come for our couples to decide if they want to stay married or get a divorce. As some spouses consider their journey, uncertainty creeps in, and when unsaid things are finally said on Decision Day, it forces partners to reconsider the biggest decision of their lives.
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Married at First Sight Season 16
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Married at First Sight Show Descriprion
Off the heels of the most-watched season ever of Married at First Sight in franchise history, the Critic’s Choice Award-winning hit series just keeps growing as the show heads to Texas for season 13, premiering with a three-hour episode, July 21 at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime. Season 13 is set to be the most romantic and surprising season yet as ten brave singles meet their new spouse at the altar and enter into a marriage at first sight.
The memorable season will also feature MAFS first Asian-American couple who celebrate their marriage with a traditional Vietnamese tea ceremony and because everything is bigger and better in Texas, the season wouldn’t be complete without horseback riding, skeet shooting, home cooking and BBQ! As the experiment goes on some marriages will survive and one husband gets caught in a situation that no one saw coming.
Each week will feature two-hour episodes and capture each couple’s emotional journey as they go from wedding to honeymoon, early nesting and eventually dealing with the daily struggles of working on their marriage. After several weeks together, each couple must make a decision: do they remain together for a happily ever after, or decide to divorce and go their separate ways?