Why “Married At First Sight” Is a Dangerous Show To Have On The Air

You might have thought when you are perusing through the channels at night that some of the broadcasting companies out there have about completely lost sight of what is deemed entertaining television. While there are undoubtedly still a lot of great television shows available right now to choose from and watch, some of the concepts that have been able to stick around, let alone get multiple seasons can really make you want to scratch your head in confusion. One great example of this would be the show “Married At First Sight”.

In a program like this, two people are unknowingly paired together and then are married at that point and time. They have never seen each other before, in most cases have never even spoken a single word to each other before they are seen at opposite ends of the wedding aisle from one another prepared to do take the dive into holy matrimony. There are actually several things that are horribly wrong with this premise, and maybe by reading them the station can get the idea that they do not, in fact, have a quality show concept here to share with the world.

1. The Laws of Attraction   

It might be a little bit unruly to say, but people are going to want to be closer to one another if the relationship starts on a basis of mutual physical attraction. This is often the first step in being able to forge a deeper and more lasting bond with another person, and when either spouse is unable to even see the person before the wedding day, there is absolutely no guarantee that there will be even an ounce of physical attraction to share between the two of them. Worse yet, one party could find that they are simply uninterested while the other is overjoyed with the way their unexpected partner looks. There are just a lot of ways that failing to make this prior physical connection could prove very detrimental.

2. Psychological Imbalances

One thing that you hope that the show at least does before they sign on these hopeful and clueless people to be on their show is to put them through a battery of psychological exams. Even with some of these filters, some are bound to slip through the cracks. They are certainly not going to showcase they’re crazy on their wedding night, so now you have paired up two people and there is a chance that one of them could be a psychopath. That smells like a lawsuit waiting to happen.

3. Costly Mistake For Either Party

So now we have determined that participants on this show can be unattracted to each other or just plain crazy, but on an even more basic level, they are just unlikely to be long-lasting marriage compatible with one another. This is going to eventually (in most cases) lead to a divorce. These proceedings can be both costly and messy, leaving both parties wishing they had never even gotten married in the first place.

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