Like the millions of other viewers, the Couples Couch convened on April 2 to watch what became the most traumatic and tempestuous couple’s retreat in Married at First Sight history. Considering the arc for the current Season 10, the outcome was no surprise. Still, the behaviors, the feuds, and the choices made by some partners
The three couples on Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love went deeper into resolving conflicts and gaining their families’ blessing on the April 1 episode, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.” Mentor and relationship expert, Pastor Cal Roberson, challenged each couple to the most dreaded encounter they could imagine– a family dinner with both sets of prospective
Millions of faithful viewers were rewarded when the 7 Little Johnstons returned to the TLC schedule on March 31. The kids are all teenagers now, and not everyone is excited about growing up and becoming an adult. Nonetheless, in this week’s “Summer Lovin’” Season 7 premiere, there was plenty of fun and love for everyone.
The Married at First Sight veterans on this week’s March 26 Couples Couch understand how very quickly the eight weeks go by before Decision Day, and it’s abundantly clear that some of the Season 10 participants in the arranged marriage experiment are more committed than others. There’s only a little more than two weeksremaining for
Last week on Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love, relationship expert, Pastor Cal Roberson told several of the prospective couples that the time for promises and talking was over, and action was needed to prove to the parents that their concerns were being addressed, so that the blessing of the unions could be earned in this
Couples Couch was back for another Friday night session of summing up the situation for the five Married at First Sight Season 10 couples on their one-month anniversaries. Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre joined Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner, along with Elizabeth Bice and Jamie Thompson and Kristine Killingsworth and Keith Dewar to offer opinions
Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love got down to the tough issues this week between the three couples set to wed in just weeks. Their families are involved too. Pastor Cal Roberson had to get down to tough love with the hopeful couples. So, he started pushing them to complete their “homework” no matter how hard
Just finding Couples Couch on Lifetime this week was a workout. The commentary segment featuring the success story couples from Married at First Sight started out being broadcast immediately after each new episode on Wednesday. Then it was moved to Thursday. Now, with no notice, this week it moved to Friday at 9 PM ET.
One big plus for Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love is its focus on couples with an established and committed love. Especially after following the unsteady and tumultuous couples on Season 10 of Married at First Sight, save Jessica and Austin, this reality show spin on marriage is a nice change of pace. In this week’s
The Couples Couch veteran pairs had a lot to talk about on this week’s February 28 episode, thanks to the Season 10 Married at First Sight newlyweds, who seem to be taking twists and turns into their own self-made problems in this week’s episode, “The L-Word.” Anthony D’Amico and Ashley Petta decided to play another