Lifetime has announced two “Married at First Sight” spinoffs, both of which will premiere this fall, the network announced at the Television Critics Association summer 2018 press tour on Thursday.
The first spinoff, “Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island,” will see previous “Married at First Sight” participants get a second chance at finding love. In eight, one-hour episodes, 20 singles — some previous fan favorites included — are invited to an island to connect with the other participants and see if they fall in love. By the end of their stay, couples must decide to break up or get married.
The series is produced by Kinetic Content, a Red Arrow Studios company, and executive produced by Chris Coelen, Eric Detwiler, Cat Rodriguez and Ally Simpson from Kinetic Content and Gena McCarthy from Lifetime.
The second spinoff, “Married at First Sight: Happily Ever After,” will follow three past couples and chronicle their daily lives. The series will highlight Season 6 couple Shawniece and Jephte’s journey into parenthood. “Happily Ever After” has also received eight, one-hour episodes, and is also produced by Kinetic Content. Coelen, Detwiler, Simpson and Alex Cross will executive produce from Kinetic Content and McCarthy and Shura Davidson executive produce for Lifetime.