Married at First Sight: All the couples still together from season 1 to 15

Married at First Sight: All the couples still together from season 1 to 15

THE reality TV show about love and marriage, Married at First Sight premiered in 2014.

Now looking back nearly a decade later these are the couples who are still together from Married at First Sight.

Who is still together from Married at First Sight?

The show's premise is that two strangers will participate in an extreme experiment – marrying a total stranger.

Naturally, this situation can come with its problems.

Over seven couples have stayed together following their time on the show.

After 13 seasons on the air, these are the couples that are still together according to US Weekly.

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  • Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner (season one)
  • Ashley Petta and Anthony D’Amico (season five)
  • Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre (season six)
  • Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd (season seven)
  • AJ Vollmoeller and Stephanie Sersen (season eight)
  • Kristine Killingsworth and Keith Dewar (season eight)
  • Deonna McNeill and Gregory Okotie (season nine)
  • Elizabeth Bice and Jamie Thompson (season nine)
  • Jessica Studer and Austin Hurd (season 10)
  • Miles Williams and Karen Landry (season 11)
  • Amani Aliyya and Woody Randall (season 11)
  • Vincent Morales and Briana Miles (season 12)

On the US Weekly list, Jose San Miguel Jr. and Rachel Gordillo from season 13 were listed, however, the couple had officially filed for divorce as of December 2021.

Added to the list in May 2022 following season 14 are the current couple Steve Moy and Noi Phommasak who are still together.

Katina Goode and Olajuwon Dickerson are the other couples from season 14 that have remained together.

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Where can I watch Married at First Sight?

MAFS airs on Lifetime on Wednesdays at 8p/7c it is also available to watch on Hulu.

Hulu only carries the first 11 seasons, Lifetime users can stream the episodes via their website.

Some episodes are available on the Lifetime site to stream for free whereas some remain locked for purchase.

When did season 14 air on Lifetime?

Season 14 of MAFS premiered on Lifetime on January 5, 2022.

"With 12 couples still together and 9 children born from the relationships created from Married at First Sight the Critic’s Choice Award-winning hit series, returns for season 14, premiering with a three-hour episode," the Lifetime website reads.

The show will be taking on love in Boston once again.

"With experts Pastor Cal, Dr. Pepper and Dr. Viviana Coles at the helm of this dynamic social experiment, the couples will have access to professional guidance, as well as the support of one another along the way – even if the support they are given, comes in the form of some tough love."

Season 15 is set to premiere on July 6, 2022, and will be based in San Diego, California.

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The official Twitter account for MAFS announced the couples for season 15 on May 31, 2022.

For season 15 the MAFS experts will be joined by Devon Franklin and Dr. Pia Holec.

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