To date, 64 couples have married each other at the altar on Lifetime's "Married At First Sight."
The majority of these unions have ended in divorce.
Eleven couples appear to still be married.
Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner are a rare "Married At First Sight" success story.
Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner were on the flagship season of "Married At First Sight," which aired in 2014. It definitely wasn't love at first sight for the couple — Jamie wasn't even attracted to her husband as she walked down the aisle.
They're still married today and have since welcomed two children together. Daughter Henley Grace was born in 2017, and son Hendrix Douglas was born in 2020.
Jamie hosted the "Married At First Sight" aftershow "Unfiltered" for several seasons. The family currently lives in Florida.
Cortney Hendrix and Jason Carrion divorced after five years of marriage.
Jason married British soap star Roxanne Pallett in late January 2020.
Monet Bell and Vaughn Copeland decided to divorce.
On season one of "Married At First Sight," Vaughn and Monet decided to get the first divorce in the show's history.
In 2016, Vaughn welcomed a son with his girlfriend Jenny Farber Screen Rant reported in 2021. It was unclear if Monet was in a relationship at the time, but she'd previously appeared to be single on social media. Monet and Vaughn no longer maintain public Instagram accounts.
Davina Kullar and Sean Varricchio decided to divorce in the decision day episode that aired in 2016.
Davina Kullar and Sean Varricchio appeared on season two of "Married At First Sight," which aired in March 2015.
Sean found it hard to commit to living with Davina, so despite initially having chemistry, they said no on decision day and divorced.
The ER nurse remarried and has two children.
Jaclyn Methuen and Ryan Ranellone revealed their split on season two's six-month check-in special.
Another season two couple, fan-favorites Jaclyn Methuen and Ryan Ranellone, said yes to staying married on their decision day but ultimately divorced.
Jaclyn announced that she was expecting a baby girl with her long-term boyfriend in June 2019. In November 2019, she announced that her daughter Alaina Rose had been born. She and her boyfriend are currently engaged and welcomed a son named Antonio Paul in January 2022.
Ryan Ranellone is still a real estate agent on Long Island. He appears to be single per his Instagram account, but his current relationship status is unknown.
Jessica Castro and Ryan De Nino's confrontations became litigious.
Season two's final couple, Jessica Castro and Ryan De Nino, decided to stay married on decision day but ultimately got divorced. The New York Post reported that Jessica filed a Queens Family Court petition in June 2015 where she said Ryan threatened to kill her.
Ryan's relationship status is unknown, but he recently posted on his public Instagram page after a two-year break.
Vanessa Nelson and Tres Russell revealed they split up on the reunion.
Tres Russell and Vanessa Nelson's journey began in 2015 in Atlanta and premiered to the world in December of that year. They decided to stay married on decision day but were headed to divorce by the six-month check-in special.
Nelson appeared on the spinoff "Married At First Sight: Second Chances" and got engaged to Andre Forbes. They have since split. Per her Instagram, Vanessa appears to be single, but her relationship status is unknown.
Tres currently lives in Louisville, according to his Instagram account. In a "Where Are They Now" special in 2020, he said he was in a "complicated" relationship.
Samantha Role and Neil Bowlus ended their marriage, but remain friends.
Samantha and Neil had the most unpredictable relationship in season three. Sam said yes on decision day, but Neil wanted a divorce so the pair ultimately ended their relationship.
In April 2018, Sam married her now-husband Chris. She had her first daughter, Isabella, in September of that year, People reported. Samanatha shared that Neil sent her a sweet baby gift on Instagram.
"I not only met someone who is genuinely a great person, but I made an amazing friend for life. I may have had the most dramatic ending on #mafs but I made the best friend I could ever have!" she wrote.
In March 2022, she announced that she had welcomed twin girls, Sienna Reiko and Everly Lara.
Neil is active on social media but doesn't appear to post about his personal life, so his relationship status is unknown.
Ashley Doherty and David Norton are divorced.
Ashley and David are one of the most memorable couples in "Married At First Sight" history.
He was extremely dedicated to making the marriage work even though Ashley appeared to be uncomfortable in the marriage and uninterested in him. Toward the end of the marriage, Ashley accused David of asking another girl out via a social media app. David wanted to stay married on decision day, but Ashley wanted a divorce and they split.
Ashley got remarried in 2019 and welcomed a son named Julian in April 2021, according to Instagram.
David appeared on "MAFS: Second Chances" despite the revelation that David had previously been arrested in connection with a domestic violence incident in 2007. He addressed the incident in a statement to People in 2016.
"While I was angry, I never hit anyone. I was cited for disorderly conduct, and I ended up attending one two-hour class. Neither my girlfriend nor my brother ever filed charges, and I was never convicted of any crime," he said of the incident.
In October, he "hard-launched" his newest romantic relationship on Instagram.
Sonia Granados and Nick Pendergrast's marriage only lasted a year.
Nick and Sonia were the first South Florida couple of season four to say yes on decision day — the season premiered in July of 2016, but divorced in 2017 after a year of marriage.
Nick told the magazine he met his girlfriend, AfterBuzz TV host Heather Yerrid, while he was separated from his then-wife Sonia. He and Heather announced they were expecting three months after he and Sonia divorced.
In 2019, Nick suffered a near-fatal work-related accident that left him partially paralyzed in his legs. In the years since, he's worked to regain movement. His current relationship status is unknown.
Sonia hosted her own podcast on social issues and culture up until 2022. She lives in Miami and appears to be single per her Instagram account.
Heather Seidel and Derek Schwartz split before the end of the experiment.
Heather and Derek said no to each other after only 10 days of marriage and ultimately got a divorce.
"I think that Heather and I have many differences and the differences stood out more than the similarities on the surface," Schwartz told People in 2016. "It takes a lot of work and determination to get past those differences to discover those similarities and unfortunately, we didn't have the time to really get to learn those things about each other and what brought us together."
Heather told followers of her private Instagram account that she gave birth to a son named Leo James in September 2020. She did not disclose the child's father or her relationship status with him or anyone else.
Derek's relationship status is unknown but he appears to be single, per his Instagram page.
Lillian Vilchez and Tom Wilson went their separate ways.
Lily and Tom said yes to staying married on decision day but ultimately divorced.
As of May 2023, Lillian had been in a relationship for six years. She works in investment sales and acquisitions and is a real estate broker licensed in North Carolina and Florida.
Tom got engaged to a woman named Michelle in May 2019 and the two reportedly married three months later. Their current relationship status is unknown, but Tom appears to have removed any mention of her or the business they ran together from his Instagram account.
Danielle DeGroot and Cody Knapek's marriage didn't last.
Season five of "Married At First Sight," based in Chicago, premiered in April 2017.
Danielle and Cody decided to stay married on decision day but later divorced after a year of marriage, as reported by People.
Danielle appears to be in a relationship per a May Instagram post. On Instagram, she calls herself a "Functional Dietitian + Coach" as well as "Plant Medicine//Energy Worker."
Cody moved to Ohio and in February he announced he was "happily engaged" on Twitter.
—Cody Knapek (@Cody_Napek) February 16, 2023
Sheila Downs and Nate Duhon split after allegations of cheating on social media.
Sheila and Nate said yes on decision day, but later divorced in 2017. Following the announcement of their split, Sheila took to Instagram to call Nate out.
"My husband & I had problems. Yes. He was dishonest and there were women throughout our ENTIRE marriage," she wrote in part.
Sheila remarried in August 2023. She lives in the Chicago area and is the head of operations at a studio.
Ashley Petta and Anthony D'Amico are happily raising a family together.
Ashley and Anthony said yes on decision day and are still married as of October 2023. Their first daughter, Mila, was born in January 2019, Us Weekly reported. Their second child, Vaeda Marie, was born in February 2021, per E! News.
They've given fans a look into their life together over the years on the franchise's spinoff, "Married At First Sight: Couple's Cam."
Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre's relationship has been difficult, but they're still married.
Jephte and Shawniece appeared in season six, which premiered in January 2018 and was based in Boston.
They decided to stay married on decision day and welcomed their daughter Laura in August 2018, People reported.
Molly Duff and Jonathan Francetic's story had an unexpected ending.
Molly and Jonathan had communication issues that led to explosive fights and name-calling off-camera. They decided to end their marriage before the six-week experiment was over.
Jonathan is now married to Dr. Jessica Griffin, who was a relationship expert on seasons six, seven, and eight of the show, People reported.
Per her Instagram, Duff appears to be single, but her relationship status is unknown.
Jaclyn Schwartzberg and Ryan Buckley couldn't make their marriage work.
Jaclyn and Ryan stayed married on decision day but ultimately divorced after 10 months of marriage, according to E! news.
"We are over and trust me we are both much happier and healthier this way. Thank you so much for all the love and support," Schwartzberg tweeted.
Ryan's Instagram account is locked, so the firefighter and real estate investor's relationship status is unknown.
Jaclyn married her husband Dane Olah in September 2020, according to her Instagram account. They welcomed daughter Emilia Shea in the summer of 2022.
Mia Bally and Tristan Thompson began the process of divorce while their season was airing in 2018.
Tristan and Mia's marriage was dramatic from the start. She was detained at the airport before they could get on the plane to their honeymoon destination.
After weeks of explosive fights that included threats to leave the marriage, they decided to stay together on decision day — but the union didn't last. Mia filed for divorce while "Married At First Sight" season seven was airing, People reported.
Mia married in 2021 and became a mother to a daughter named Victoria in 2022 according to now-deleted Facebook posts seen by Insider. Her Instagram account is private, so her current relationship status is unknown.
Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd were a success story from the start.
Danielle and Bobby had one of the smoothest journeys in the show's history. It was no surprise that they stayed married on decision day, nor is it shocking that they are still married today.
They have three children. Olivia was born in Feburary 2019, their son Bobby IV was born in December 2020, and their daughter Savannah was born in September. The couple has let fans continue following their story on spinoffs like "Couple's Cam."
Amber Martorana and Dave Flaherty announced their divorce in 2018.
Although Dave and Amber decided to stay married on their decision day, they announced their divorce in 2018, People reported.
In 2021, Amber relocated to Florida, where she met her current husband. They married in October.
Dave's relationship status is unclear, but per Instagram, he appears to be single.
Stephanie Sersen and AJ Vollmoeller are still married.
Stephanie Sersen and AJ Vollmoeller decided to stay married at the end of season eight, which took place in the Philidelphia area and premiered on January 2019.
Per their Instagram accounts, they are still together today and love to travel. They celebrated five years of marriage in September 2023. They've also let cameras back into their life for the "Couple's Cam" spinoff.
Jasmine McGriff and Will Guess's decision was split.
Jasmine wanted to stay married on decision day, but Will didn't feel their connection was strong enough so they split.
Jasmine has three children with her current partner, and is a real-estate agent in Philadelphia.
Will appears to be single per Instagram.
Kate Sisk and Luke Cuccurullo's breakup wasn't hard to predict.
After Luke struggled with feeling attracted to Kate and accused her of drinking too much on multiple occasions, this pair decided to divorce on their decision day.
Kate owns a lingerie company called Hidden Intimates and is in a relationship as of October 2023.
Kristine Killingsworth and Keith Dewar are still together.
Kristine Killingsworth and Keith Dewar are still married today. In the season eight six-month catch-up, they revealed that they bought a house together. They've also appeared on the "Couple's Cam" spinoff.
Iris Caldwell and Keith Manley II couldn't make their marriage work.
Iris' virginity presented a bigger challenge in Iris and Keith's marriage than either of them anticipated at the end of the ninth season of "Married At First Sight," set in Charlotte, North Carolina.
She wanted to stay married , but he decided that divorce was the best option for him.
Iris appears to be single and pursuing a career as a model and influencer per her Instagram.
Keith wrote a book about his life and "MAFS" experience in 2021 called "Life Is Just: A Walk Within." He broke up with singer Ari Lennox in June 2022, People reported. Per his Instagram, Keith appears to be single but his relationship status is unknown as of October 2023.
Elizabeth Bice and Jamie Thompson filed for divorce.
Though they had no shortage of drama in their relationship and sometimes threatened to leave each other, Jamie and Beth decided to stay married on decision day.
But Jamie announced their separation in April 2023 via an Instagram post.
In his statement, Jamie said he was focusing on himself "away from my wife." He added that the decision was "difficult" but necessary and said he would become "stronger" whether he stayed with Beth or the split remained permanent.
Beth made her own statement about the status of her marriage in an Instagram video in June 2023, saying that although she opened her life up to the world on TV, she's "not ready" to talk about some things in public yet.
"I'm still crying in the middle of the night," she told her followers multiple times throughout the video.
In a June 30, 2023, Instagram post Jamie announced that the couple were filing for divorce.
Deonna McNeill and Gregory Okotie fell in love.
Deonna and Greg had a pretty smooth journey on "Married At First Sight" and decided to stay together on decision day. They're still married today and have a son named Declan who was born in February 2021.
Amber Bowles and Matthew Gwynne's divorce seemed inevitable.
Matt found it difficult to come home to Amber and wear his wedding ring during the experiment. He was later caught on dating sites and in bars with other women by Amber's friends and colleagues.
So, the fact that she decided she wanted a divorce and he agreed came as no surprise to viewers.
Amber currently appears to be single. She became a homeowner in 2021, per Instagram.
Matt was arrested in 2021 in Nashville for allegedly breaking into a girlfriend's house after an argument. He keeps his Instagram locked so his current relationship status is unknown, but his bio says he's based in Jersey City and works for J.P. Morgan Chase.
Katie Conrad and Derek Sherman couldn't overcome serious issues.
Katie and Derek, one of the couples on the 10th season of "Married At First Sight," based in Washington DC, decided to stay married after decision day. Unfortunately, they revealed at the six-month check-in that they split after Derek accused Katie of cheating on him.
Derek appears to be in a relationship, per a June 2023 post on Instagram.
Jessica Studer and Austin Hurd started a family.
Jessica and Austin had a nearly drama-free journey to love on "Married At First Sight" and decided to stay married on decision day. They welcomed a son named Westin Paul on November 3, 2021, People reported. In August 2023, they celebrated four years of marriage.
Meka Jones and Michael Watson decided to annul their marriage.
Meka and Michael mutually decided to end their marriage on decision day and opted to have it annulled instead of getting a divorce, Essence reported.
Per her Instagram account, Meka is living in Hawaii as of October 2023. She appears to be single but her relationship status is unknown.
Watson married in September 2021, per his Instagram account, which he has since set to private. Per his bio, he's now a father.
Taylor Dunklin and Brandon Reid sought restraining orders.
On their decision day, Taylor decided to get a divorce from Brandon after he seemingly quit the show due to problems with production.
He did show up to film on that day but walked out of the room after hearing Taylor's decision. He didn't provide Taylor or the experts with closure.
Ultimately, as revealed on the six-month check-in, Brandon and Taylor had a public alteration that led them to seek restraining orders against each other in court. Brandon was also granted an annulment, as E! News reported. It's the second one in franchise history.
Taylor lives in Washington DC and appears to be single, per Instagram.
Brandon doesn't appear to have an Instagram account, so details about his current life and status are unknown.
Mindy Shiben and Zach Justice never really began the experiment.
On their honeymoon, Zach told Mindy he wasn't attracted to her and then refused to move in and begin the experiment in earnest. After Mindy learned that Zach was having inappropriate conversations with one of her friends, she decided to end the marriage and they both said no to each other on decision day for closure. The pair divorced in April 2020, per People.
Zach appears to be single and posts often about fitness and nutrition, per Instagram. His relationship status is unknown.
Mindy is dating Steve Moy from season 14.
Amelia Fatsi and Bennett Kirschner were not meant to be.
Amelia and Bennett's quirks seemed to complement each other and they said yes to staying married on the season 11 decision day episode, set in New Orleans. Per Us Weekly, the unique union didn't last and they filed for divorce in October 2021.
Per her Instagram, Amelia appears to be dating yoga coach Alexander Bayer as of April 2022.
Bennett appears to have a new partner with whom he adopted a stray dog in 2021.
Olivia Cornu and Brett Lindsey couldn't make it to the end of the experiment.
Season 11 of "Married At First Sight" was filmed during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, so the couples had to quarantine together and stay married for significantly longer than the typical eight weeks of previous seasons.
But Brett and Olivia decided to end their relationship before decision day.
Olivia is an ICU nurse practitioner and host of the Check the Locks true crime podcast. She doesn't post about her dating life on Instagram, but she was formerly linked to season 14's Chris Collette.
Brett's relationship status is unknown, but per his Instagram, he now lives in Florida.
Karen Landry and Miles Williams have split up.
Miles and Karen's relationship was uncertain at times during filming, but they decided to stay married on decision day.
However, Karen confirmed that the couple divorced in an August 2023 interview with Curate after months of speculation from the public that they'd split.
Amani Smith and Woody Randall are one of the purest examples of lust at first sight.
Woody told Amani he was in love with her very early in the experiment and she soon reciprocated. They said yes on decision day and are married.
They welcomed a son, Reign Randall, on June 3, People reported.
Christina Croce and Henry Rodriguez's romance never really began.
Christina and Henry had opposite personalities that repelled each other. They stayed together until the experiment ended, even though Henry claimed Christina tried to blackmail him with a text she said she received claiming he was gay. They said "no" on decision day.
Christina deleted her Instagram, so her status is unknown.
Henry is in a relationship as of an August 2023 Instagram post.
The honeymoon never began for Haley Harris and Jacob Harder.
Haley Harris and Jacob Harder on season 12 in Atlanta (which premiered in January 2021) started clashing on their honeymoon. And though they stayed in the experiment the whole time, on decision day they decided to get divorced.
Haley appears to be single according to her Instagram and chronicles her travels on the account.
Jacob also appears to be single per his Instagram account. He's a proud Corgi dad.
Paige Banks and Chris Williams had one of the most dramatic journeys in 'Married At First Sight' history.
Chris is one of the biggest villains in the franchise's history. He persuaded Paige to have sex with him on their wedding night — the night they met Z_ and the morning after before telling her he wasn't attracted to her.
Then, while on their honeymoon, he received news that his ex-fiancée was pregnant with his child. Chris said he had sex with her about six weeks before his honeymoon, while he was in the process of being cast for "Married At First Sight."
Chris proceeded to lead Paige on up until their decision day when he revealed that his ex had a miscarriage. He said he couldn't make a decision about whether to divorce Paige or not.
For the first time ever, producers and the experts stepped in to help encourage Paige to listen to her heart and ask for a divorce.
Chris appears to be single per his Instagram account.
Briana Myles and Vincent Morales have started a family.
Briana and Vincent rarely experienced any bumps on their road to love. On decision day, Vincent proposed to Briana with a cheesecake, and she said yes to staying married.
Briana gave birth to her daughter Aury Bella in February.
Clara Berghaus and Ryan Oubré weren't a natural pair.
Season 12's Ryan Oubré and Clara Berghaus appeared to have a smooth marriage from the start, but never got too deep with each other. In fact, Ryan revealed that he had never said "I love you" to a partner.
He did tell Clara he loved her in the six-month update episode, but the couple announced their split in July 2021 and signed divorce papers in September of that year, per People.
Ryan appears to be single per Instagram. He's a proud dog dad and posts about fitness.
Virginia Coombs and Erik Lake's love burned out as fast as it started.
Virginia Coombs and Erik Lake are a prime example of "lust at first sight" on the show. They were attracted to each other at the altar and rode the attraction through the whole eight-week experiment.
They appeared to be growing in love by the end of the trial period and said yes to each other on decision day. But apparently, when faced with real life, they couldn't get over their differences.
Erik told Virginia while filming "Married At First Sight: Couple's Cam" that he wanted a divorce. They announced they were getting a divorce in July 2021, per People.
Virginia came out as pansexual in February. She's a proud dog mom and posts often about mental health.
Michaela Clark and Zack Freeman's marriage was an intense rollercoaster.
Michaela and Zack appeared on season 13 of the reality show, which was filmed in Houston, and premiered in July 2021.
Michaela said yes on decision day but Zack said no and they divorced.
Michaela deleted all of her social media so her relationship status is unknown.
Zack started dating castmate Bao Huong Hoang after they split from their respective partners. Per Us Weekly, the romance ended in late 2021 after Zack cheated. The software engineer now appears to be single on Instagram.
Rachel Gordillo and Jose San Miguel ultimately couldn't make their traditional marriage work.
Rachel and Jose were one of the most stable couples on season 13 and said yes on decision day, but split up in December 2021, per Us Weekly.
Rachel appears to be single, per Instagram. She chronicles her travels, though she's Houston-based.
Jose's relationship status is unknown, per Instagram.
Bao Huong Hoang and Johnny Lam weren't strangers, but still couldn't make it work.
Boa and Johnny were acquaintances from college but could still rarely get on the same page. He said he wanted to stay married on decision day, but she wanted to divorce so they split up Bao started dating castmate Zack Freeman after divorcing Johnny.
Johnny got close to castmate Myrla Féria after filming ended, but the pair said they were just friends in the reunion special. He's been in a relationship since June 2022, per Instagram.
Myrla Féria and Gil Cuero's sweet love story soured quickly.
Myrla and Gil were a fan-favorite couple who decided to stay married on decision day but ultimately separated in November 2021, per E News.
Gil appears to have deleted his Instagram, so his status is unknown.
Brett Layton and Ryan Ignasiak's connection dissolved quickly.
Brett and Ryan connected on their honeymoon, but their connection regressed afterward. They decided to split on decision day.
Brett does not have public social media accounts, so her relationship status is unknown.
Ryan appears to be single on Instagram, but his relationship status is unknown.
Jasmina Outar and Michael Morency's relationship didn't grow.
Jasmina and Michael's marriage started out rough on season 14, which took place in Boston, and began airing in January 2022.
Early arguments pulled them away from each other and they were unable to build intimacy. Midway through the experiment, they found ways to express themselves to each other and build a bond. They both said yes to saying together on decision day but revealed on the reunion special that they were no longer together.
Jasmina currently appears to be single per her Instagram, but her official status is unknown.
Michael's current status is also unknown, but he appears to be single per recent Instagram posts.
Katina Goode and Olajuwon Dickerson split permanently in 2023.
Katina and Olajuwon connected instantly on their wedding day. Though Olajuwon had growing to do and had to adjust his outdated expectations of a wife's role, their bond only strengthened.
Their choice to remain married on decision day was unsurprising, but their relationship has been a rollercoaster ever since. After separating and reconciling a few times, they announced that they were filing for divorce in February 2023.
Lindsey Georgoulis and Mark Maher had a volatile relationship.
Lindsey and Mark had one of the most unpredictable relationships in "Married At First Sight" history. Lindsey's confrontational, blunt nature and Mark's need to be taken care of often didn't mix well and caused explosive fights. But they did have a deep connection and decided to stay married on decision day.
At the Boston reunion special, they revealed that their intense fights ultimately were too much to overcome, and they split up shortly after decision day.
Lindsey appears to have deleted her Instagram account as of October 2023, so her relationship status is unknown. In a June 2022 "Married at First Sight" update special, she revealed she had moved to the West Coast.
Mark lives in Boston and currently appears to be single, per Instagram, though his relationship status is unknown.
Noi Phommasak and Steve Moy ultimately drifted apart.
Noi and Steve had a relatively smooth ride on "Married At First Sight," though differences in their views on gender roles and financial security occasionally threatened to damage their progress.
They both decided to stay married on decision day but announced that they were getting a divorce in July 2022, per People.
Noi appears to be single per her Instagram, though her status is unknown.
Steve is dating Mindy Shiben from "Married at First Sight" season 10.
Alyssa Ellman and Chris Collette had arguably the shortest relationship in the show's history.
It was a shock Alyssa even made it down the aisle and said "I do" to Chris. She decided she couldn't sleep in the same room as him on their wedding night, so their relationship got off to a rocky start.
Alyssa did go on the honeymoon with Chris, but the pair decided to end their relationship shortly afterward (by episode seven) and were only minimally involved in the season. They are divorced.
Alyssa's Instagram is private so her current relationship status is unknown.
Chris doesn't post about his relationships on Instagram but announced he was dating season 11 cast member Olivia Cornu on the season 14 "Where Are They Now?" special. They've reportedly broken up since it aired.
Stacia Karcher and Nate Barnes seemed like they would make it.
Despite minor clashes about their values and future (due to a slight age difference), Stacia and Nate were easy to root for on the "Married At First Sight" San Diego season, which began airing in July 2022. They were so committed that they got matching tattoos, so their decision to stay married came as no surprise.
But in December 2022, Stacia confirmed to Kevin Frazier on the season 16 kickoff special that they had split. "Nate is no longer around. Yeah, I am divorced," Stacia said.
"Everything that he agreed to do on the show were all words. There was no action. I gave it time. I waited. I was patient. I lived with him to give him more time to let him know that I was committed," she added.
Following Alexis Williams and Justin Hall's relationship might give you whiplash.
Alexis and Justin established an intense connection early on in their marriage, but an equally intense rift occurred between them when their dogs didn't get along, and Justin decided to give his to a friend. They also clashed because of Justin's extreme emotional nature. The status of their relationship was constantly up and down.
On decision day, they both said yes to staying with each other. But then almost immediately got into a fight about whether Alexis actually meant that she wanted to stay committed. Days (or maybe even hours) later, they decided to split.
At the season 15 reunion in November 2022, they revealed they had definitively split up. Justin is currently in a relationship and says of his current girlfriend, "I didn't know what a healthy relationship was until I met you. Because of you, I have strong boundaries now."
Alexis's relationship status is currently unknown.
Lindy Elloway and Miguel Santiago's love story ended in pain.
Lindy and Miguel had a relatively smooth journey on "Married At First Sight" — until the couple's retreat, when they fought about Miguel's potentially controlling nature and Lindy's tendency to be emotional.
On decision day, they both said yes and revealed that they were still together at the reunion. Lindy changed her last name to include Miguel's.
But on February 13, Miguel and Lindy announced their separation via a statement Lindy gave to People.
"It is with great heartbreak Miguel and I are announcing our divorce," she said, in part. "Sadly, it's impossible to stay married if both people are not equally committed to the success of the marriage. Marrying a stranger on national TV has been a very painful, overwhelming & confusing process."
Krysten Collins and Mitch Silverstein were too different to last.
Krysten and Mitch started off rocky on their honeymoon when Mitch told Alexis that he wasn't attracted to Krysten. They did recover and seemed to build a sweet bond, but ultimately their lifestyles were too different to blend well.
They decided to amicably split on decision day.
Morgan Bell and Binh Trinh were doomed on their honeymoon.
Morgan and Bihn were attracted to each other on their wedding day. But when Bihn accused Morgan of lying about being a nurse on their honeymoon (she didn't lie), trust in their relationship was shattered.
By the one-month anniversary of their marriage, they split up and decided to get a divorce. On the reunion special, they said they became friendly when Bihn gave Morgan a heartfelt, private apology.
Domynique Kloss gave up on Mackinley Gilbert 11 days into the experiment on season 16.
Domynique didn't waste any time on Mackinley during season 16, set in Nashville.
She decided that Mackinley didn't meet her expectations as a spouse and chose to end the experiment only 11 days into the marriage. Mackinley said he would've tried to go on with the relationship.
Airris Williams relied too much on physical attraction in his marriage to Jasmine Seacrest.
Airris decided he wasn't physically attracted to his wife Jasmine and almost instantly checked out.
To his credit, he kept trying to do the experiment, and by talking to the experts, he eventually learned that intimacy can be more than just physical.
That didn't stop Airris from describing in excruciating detail what he expected married sex to be like for the "MAFS" cameras after both he and Jasmine decided they wanted to divorce each other.
Nicole Lilienthal and Chris Thielk wasted no time being perfect for each other.
Whether they stay married or not, at least one couple on "MAFS" each season appears to be a perfect match for each other on paper.
Nicole Lilienthal and Chris Thielk are that pair from season 16.
Though Nicole was more outgoing than Chris, he was patient and loving toward her when it came to her insecurities. And Nicole was sensitive to Chris' needs and made sure to consider his perspective on different issues.
Gina Micheletti and Clint Webb decided they were better friends than spouses.
At first, Gina Micheletti and Clint Webb appeared to be opposites that weren't going to attract, clashing on their honeymoon about their lack of physical desire for each other. Plus, Gina was very focused on her business, while Clint wanted a wife who would share adventures with him.
They eventually learned to communicate, in part because Clint fell in love with Gina's dog, Hank. The couple started having fun together and became close friends, but their sexual attraction never developed, and they decided to part ways and divorce on decision day.
In episodes filmed after their decision, Gina said Clint had offered her large sums of money to purchase Hank, though no dog custody battle ensued.
Clint doesn't appear to post about his relationship on Instagram but confirmed in the July reunion special that he was seriously dating someone. His relationship status as of October 2023 is unknown.
Gina's Instagram is centered on her hairstyling business, but she also confirmed on the special that she was in a committed relationship. As of October 2023, the status of that relationship is unknown.
Shaquille Dillon and Kirsten Grimes weren't in the same place emotionally.
Shaquille Dillon and Kirsten Grimes's marriage was a confusing one to follow.
Shaquille often expressed that he needed Kirsten to meet more of his emotional needs, and she appeared to try and appease him.
Shaquille eventually met Kirsten's father off-camera because he didn't want to be filmed and the couple appeared to be growing together.
On decision day, Kirsten said she wanted to stay together, but Shaquille wanted a divorce, so they ended their marriage.
Shaquille appears to be single on Instagram as of October 2023. Kirsten also appears to be single according to her account. During the reunion special, the exes revealed they had gone on a date after the initial experiment stopped filming and developed a strong friendship.
Steve Moy and Mindy Shiben made their relationship official in 2023.
Mindy Shiben from season 10 in Washington, D.C., appeared to confirm she was dating Steve Moy from season 14 on Instagram in May when she captioned a carousel of photos with him "u cute."
They made their relationship TV official in June when they appeared on a "MAFS" tell-all special featuring cast members from various seasons.
In July 2023, Steve posted an Instagram reel featuring the couple and said that he was claiming Mindy in the caption. Though they were asking for privacy and Steve wrote that they wouldn't be sharing much about their lives on social media, Mindy commented that she was "happily claimed."
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