He married at first sight fans are starting to get annoyed by experts called Lifetime. Seasons 10 and 11 together feature twins who seem to have nothing going for them – Season 10 fans may cite Mindy Shiben and Zach Justice as a good example, and those who watching Season 11 is currently embarrassed by Brett and Olivia as well as Christina and Henry. Now, after watching these two Season 11 pairs fall and shoot, fans are wondering if it’s time to find the new match series.
Christina and Henry are not mesh
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He married at first sight the couple Christina and Henry were weird together from the start. Christina talks and goes out, while Henry is reserved and private. Their wedding night was full of strange silence and long discomfort.
Unfortunately, the couple never made progress. Henry stayed close to him, and as he tried to get out of his shell, Christina managed to shut him down. During one program, Christine became so upset by the lack of conversation that she asked producers to make a list of questions possible.
“Is there a list of questions I can have so we can go back and forth, because… it’s too hard right now,” Christina asked.
“I always have to be a bad guy, I always have to be a beginner, I have to always be, to be the person, cause you don’t give me anything. What am I, what… no… do you have something? ” she asked Henry.
Things came to a head at a recent program, when each said that the other was dishonest about their free time. Christina even ended up accusing Henry of cheating on her with a man.
Brett raises money for Olivia
Brett and Olivia were the other main flop for the He married at first sight experts. The two shared little in common, except love for cats. Brett wants kids and Olivia doesn’t. Olivia prefers to spend money on travel and experiences, and Brett prefers to save. And to get over it all, their personalities just didn’t mesh.
This couple also failed miserably, with the breaking point coming in the middle of a quarantine. As the COVID-19 pandemic began to spread across the United States, the couples were forced to separate.
Olivia eventually decided to visit her family, and Brett was not so happy with the potential danger. Olivia expressed his worries and asked him if he was scared. She went on the trip anyway, and that was the end of Brett.
“Decision day should have been this week, but [coronavirus] he delayed everything. It may be months before we finish, I don’t know. But I can’t keep working on my life anymore, so I’m moving back to my house, ”he told the camera, before I packed up and stopped Olivia. .
Fans of ‘Married at First Sight’ are sick of it
He married at first sight fans take these unbalanced pairs as a sign that it’s time for Lifetime to rethink their acquaintances.
“How do these people get matches !? It is not too difficult to find out when and if someone wants to have children. Ditto whether they are a physical person, a lover or not! ”A frustrated fan post on it Reddit.
“This show could be a real sociological experiment but it seems like some couples are just being matched for the reality TV drama they could create. These are real people they work with, in real LEGAL marriages! ”They added.
“Experts don’t seem to be paying too much attention to what people are looking for in a mate. They match them based on the ‘experience’ and fail miserably. I think it’s definitely time for a change in experts, ”said a starter on the thread.
Many fans think it’s just a matter of life and the production team are hoping to get so much drama out of the He married at first sight couples.
“If they really want those legally binding marriages to succeed, they would be more supportive. Production has decided that we want people to see an accident and burn in these relationships, ”said one user.