How to Watch 'Married at First Sight: Australia' in the U.S.

Matchmaking experts John Aiken and Dr. Trisha Stafford from 'Married at First Sight: Australia'
Matchmaking experts John Aiken and Dr. Trisha Stafford from 'Married at First Sight: Australia' | Instagram/John Aiken

Married at First Sight just aired its highest-rated season finale ever, and fans obviously can’t get enough of the show. Fortunately for them, Married at First Sight: Australia is about to make its U.S. debut. That’s right, there will be 12 brand new couples to meet, and 36 glorious Australian episodes, each with a two-hour runtime. Mark your calendars. 

How to Stream Married at First Sight: Australia in the U.S.

Watching the show is as simple as ever. You can just tune in to Lifetime on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. EST, starting May 27. If you have cable, you can also stream episodes live online here, or catch them on the Lifetime site after they air. In more good news, the first nine seasons of the U.S. version of MAFS are available free on MyLifetime.com (to watch Season 10, you’ll need to sign in with your TV provider).

Really looking for a crazy Wednesday night? Turn on your TV at 8:00 p.m. to catch the new MAFS spinoff Couples’ Cam right before MAFS: Australia. Just remember that Couples' Cam debuts a week earlier, on May 20.