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How to Watch the Married At First Sight Premiere for Free

Calling all Married At First Sight fanatics: season 12 of the reality TV series premieres tonight at 7 p.m. EST on Lifetime. As always, there’s a new round of couples to watch navigate marriage with a person they barely know. This season features five couples — some of whom seem to be struggling with some jealousy and communication issues.

Accountant Paige, 25, wants to break her family’s so-called divorce curse with finance manager Chris, 27, who wants a lot of children. Engineer Briana, 28, and auto broker Vincent, 27, are paired together. Vincent had his last proposal turned down, and Briana is looking for someone she can build a life with. Pilot Erik, 34, has already been through a divorce and wants this marriage to account coordinator Virginia, 26, an admitted self-sabotager. And flight attendant Clara, 27, and project manager Ryan, 29, are hoping for a long-lasting love — like Ryan’s parents’ marriage.

For those familiar with the show’s premise, none of this is super surprising. The bride and groom don’t meet until they’re at the altar. After saying their ‘I dos,’ they’re fast-tracked through some familiar couple tests: The honeymoon and moving in together. All the while, they’re trying to decide if their lifestyles are compatible and if, at the end of the season on Decision Day, they want to remain married or get divorced.

You won’t want to miss a single second of the drama.

If you cut the cable cord, don’t worry. There are several places where you can catch the season 12 premiere of Married at First Sight — without having to pay a single cent.

Hulu + Live

You’ve probably heard of Hulu, but the streaming service also has a live TV subscription option. You can try it out for seven days for free, and then after that, the service costs $64.99 a month.

Hulu + Live $0 for 7 Day Free Trial


Watch the drama of Married at First Sight live on FuboTV. The streaming services offers a seven-day free trial. After the seven days is up, the cost is $64.99 a month. FYI: FuboTV is also great for sports fans.

FuboTV $0 for 7 Day Free Trial

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