"Married At First Sight" is now on its third leg after its July release last year. With Season 3, new couples will be saying "I Do" to strangers they just met that day.
The premise of the show is to pair up scientifically compatible couples and put them in a social experiment where they will be married to each other for a month.
The premiere on FYI featured Samantha Role, a 30-year-old bank manager. When Role was approaching the event place, she almost got a panic attack.
"This is crazy-what am I doing? Oh my God, I'm about to have a panic attack. This is insane," she said.
This is not an unusual scene on the show. There have been breakdowns on the previous seasons as well.
On the other hand, a different bride was seen on Ashley Doherty when she was walking down the aisle. The 30-year-old nursing student confessed that she was nervous and "sweating."
The 26-year-old Vanessa Nelson was relaxed during her wedding. Nelson said she is just relieved that her entire family is supporting her in this endeavour.
Nelson said in an interview that she has been "inspired" by the show, and she applied to take a chance.
"I really was inspired by some of the couples and their successes and how the experts put so much work into making these matches. They care so much about everyone that's involved. I love the show, I loved the process," said Nelson.
Nelson's groom, David Norton, said he was the exact opposite. He had no idea about the show. He just got the glimpse of the show when he was already in the casting process.
"Even then, I wanted to not know what to expect, so I was just watching Season 2 as it happened. I didn't watch Season 1 until after I was married," said Norton.
Though the couple shied away from giving too many details on the show, Nelson said that this season is going to be very different. She added that there will be new experiences for the audience and that they will see the authentic side of marriage.
Nelson said that the show features their humanity and vulnerability. At the end of the day, they just want to find someone "we can love and be in love with."
Norton agreed and concluded that the viewers can definitely "expect the unexpected."
"Married at First Sight" airs on FYI and A&E.