FYI has given a second season to a reality show before its first-season finale hits the air. Deadline.com reports that the channel ordered a second season of “Married at First Sight.”
The show features three couples who agree to get married the first time they see their partners, who are chosen by experts, the story notes. It’s the first unscripted show to air on FYI, a lifetime network owned by A+E Networks that replaced bio.
The most recent episode drew 661,000 total viewers and 429,000 in the 18-49 demo, which represents more than double in each ratings category when compared with the premiere.