Now that those marriage experts, psychologist Dr. Joseph Cilona and sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff, have revealed that they will no longer be part of the upcoming “Married at First Sight” season 4, what can the audience expect for the next season?
Yesterday, sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff, Ph.D. have announced through her official Twitter account that she would not be participating in the upcoming “Married at First Sight” season 4. The tweet was first reported by International Business Times. Prior to her announcement, psychologist, Dr. Joseph Cilona also confirmed through his official Twitter account that he, too, will no longer be part of the upcoming series, will there be tremendous changes to the franchise?
The two have been the backbone in keeping the couples together since the beginning of “Married at First Sight” in 2014. The two other cupids, sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz and spiritual adviser, Greg Epstein, have not revealed whether they would follow suit.
With half of the experts went and no official announcement of replacements for them, FYI recently announced that the show will still go on. In fact, an announcement was posted on its official website calling to single men and women in Miami to take part in “Married at First Sight” season 4.
All the couples that Levkoff and Cilona have brought together stayed a couple even after they were matched in the show. Fans now think that since they would be gone from the series, the production team would have a hard time finding the ones to fill their roles and continue their legacy as matchmakers in the show.
“Married at Frist Sight” season 4 release date has not been revealed yet.