Married at First Sight – 18 February 2020 – 18/2/2020 – February 18 – Tuesday – Nine – 9
Intimacy Week continues but some couples are struggling with the concept.
About Married at First Sight
Married at First Sight is an Australian reality television series based on the Danish program of the same name and screens on the Nine Network. The show features four couples, matched by three experts, who agree to marry when they first meet.
This show is broadcast on Channel Nine.
Latest Episodes of Married at First Sight
- Married at First Sight – 5 April 2020 – 5/4/2020 – April 5 – Sunday – Nine – 9
- Married at First Sight – 1 April 2020 – 1/4/2020 – April 1 – Wednesday – Nine – 9
- Married at First Sight – 31 March 2020 – 31/3/2020 – March 31 – Tuesday – Nine – 9
- Married at First Sight – 30 March 2020 – 30/3/2020 – March 30 – Monday – Nine – 9
- Married at First Sight – 29 March 2020 – 29/3/2020 – March 29 – Sunday – Nine – 9
Latest Episodes on Nine
About the Nine Network
Channel Nine is an Australian free-to-air commercial network, and is one of the five main free-to-air television networks in Australia.
Some of the most popular shows and programs on Channel Nine are the NRL, The Voice, 60 Minutes, A Current Affair, Married at First Sight, The Footy SHow ,The Block, Today, Millionaire Hot Seat and more.
The five main Australian free-to-air commercial networks are:
- Seven Network
- Nine Network
- Network Ten
- SBS (Special Broadcasting Services)
- ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
The Seven Network has the following channels that are broadcast: Seven, 7HD, 7TWO, 7Mate, 7flix and the Racing Network.
The Nine Network has the following channels: Nine, 9HD, 9GEM and 9Go.
The Ten Network has the following channels: Ten, Ten HD, One, Eleven and the TV Shopping Network (TVSN).
The ABC has the following channels: ABC, ABC Comedy and ABC ME.
The SBS has the following channels: SBS, SBS HD, SBS Viceland, NITV and the Food Network.