The nations favourite reality dating television series, Married At First Sight Australia has returned for an explosive eleventh season.
Relationship experts John Aiken, Mel Schilling and sexologist Alessandra Rampolla have made the desired matches, and now viewers must wait to see if these couples can survive the experiment.
In previous years, we've seen couples reach their limits, find love, and find hate. As for what the 2024 season will bring, only time will tell.
As the MAFS experiment continues, we will keep track of which couples have been matched and who will go the distance. Continue scrolling to see the Married At First Sight 2024 couples.
All was smooth sailing for MAFS newlyweds Ben and Ellie, both were stunned by who the experts had paired them with. As an added bonus, they ticked off each others desire for a partner keen on adventure.
Ellie, a 32-year-old nurse and Ben, a 39-year-old tour guide - could they be the perfect match?
Ellie's cousin Jordan has his doubts and wasn't scared to voice these concerns...
Natalie, 32, has had plenty of experience in relationships but her newly paired MAFS 'husband' Collins, 28, has never been in a relationship. The experts hope her knowledge in romance will help Collins come out of his shell.
However, things go awry when Collins becomes overwhelmed by his new wife's intense and enthusiastic personality.
Jayden, 26, is a professional kickboxer who often gets prematurely judged by his career and appearance. However, this softie who loves cuddles has been with Eden, 28, a recruitment manager on MAFS 2024.
Despite both living in the Gold Coast, mere minutes away from each other, Jayden and Eden have never crossed paths.
The relationship experts may have made a heavenly match with these two, after they ticked off box after box for one another.
Can self-proclaimed 'alpha' and self-confessed 'control freak' find love on MAFS? In the second episode, viewers were introduced to Jack and Tori.
From the vows, Jack knew his new wife would "challenge" him but he is confident he will "sort her out." Meanwhile, Jack ticked off all the right boxes for Tori.
Dubbed 'the tin man' by his friends, Timothy is hoping someone might find his heart in the MAFS experiment. While there was an initial shock when he discovered his bride, Lucinda, was a spiritual soul - which was not on his wish list.
Despite an interesting wedding ceremony and an "awkward" photoshoot, Timothy began to admire Lucinda's kind and caring nature. There is hope for these two after all.
The next bride 30-year-old Cassandra from Queensland was paired with 30-year-old entertainment manager Tristian from Sydney. While nerves got the better of Tristan at the ceremony, all fears melted away during the reception when everyone fell in love with Cassandra's dad, Moddy.
Both family-oriented and cheerful people, Cassandra and Tristan seemed to be matched perfectly as they headed to their honeymoon in McLaren Vale wine region in South Australia.
Despite only knowing each other for a short amount of time, Tristan surprised his new wife with flowers and chocolate for her birthday.
The first match to grace the MAFS 2024 season is 29-year-old nutritionist from Sydney, Sara and Tim, a 31-year-old online business owner from the Gold Coast.
Initially, this was a match made in heaven with Tim sweeping Sarah off her feet after greeting her in Spanish, with Sarah originally being from Colombia. A steamy wedding photoshoot is later followed by a disastrous reception when Sarah holds huge concerns her new husband may not be over his ex-partner.
The honeymoon didn't reignite any flames either… Can there be any redemption for Sara and Tim?
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