Those who didn’t make the cut on the Lifetime series “Married at First Sight” are getting a chance at love with the new spinoff show “Married at First Sight: Unmatchables,” which is premiering April 21, 2021 at 10pm ET (via US Weekly).
As you might guess from the name, these aren’t just the ordinary contestant. According to the Lifetime show page, over 65,000 people applied to the show, but not all the applicants were deemed marriage material. The show aims to “polish up the diamonds in the rough” and work with contestants to see what has held them back from relationships before.
One of the lucky singles searching for love is Frank. He’s 29 years old, and, like all of the contestants, he’s from the Atlanta area. In his Lifetime provided description, Frank is described as: “Always thinking ten steps ahead, Frank fails to live in the moment. Afraid of being judged by others, Frank overthinks everything when it comes to relationships” (via Reality TV World).
Frank will likely get both a physical and emotional makeover on the show
Frank’s description also hints at some trouble in being able to comfortably stand on his own two feet in the world on his own and to follow his heart, as it plainly notes, “This ‘textbook only child’ worries more about satisfying his parents’ standards than his own” (via Reality TV World). It sounds like he may need to work on fully leaving the metaphorical nest and to create a world of his own outside of his family expectations before he can open himself up to a relationship with someone else.
In each episode, we’ll get to follow the journey of two singles getting makeovers and relationship advice and then see if they’re a match by the time they go on a date.
“Married at First Sight” experts Pastor Calvin Roberson and Dr. Viviana Coles will coach the singles, and since there must be a reason they identified these singles as “unmatchable,” there’s bound to be some drama and excitement, and hopefully some lives changed for the better and maybe even some happy romances.
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