The most exciting time of the year is almost upon us. Married At First Sight is officially back, and it's bringing the drama.
Set to air in just a matter of weeks, we've rounded up everything you need to know about the highly-anticipated new series.
Married At First Sight will see 10 brides and 10 grooms meet their new partner at the aisle for the first time, having been paired together by experts.
The newlyweds will get to know each other on their honeymoons, before moving in together and living under the same roof as the other couples for two months. From there, there'll be the infamous dinner parties and brand new challenges and hurdles.
Bring on the drama...
When Will It Air?
Season 6 of Married At First Sight will return on Monday, January 28, at 7:30pm on Nine and 9Now.
Who Are The Returning Relationship Experts?
Just like years previously, relationship experts John Aiken, Mel Schilling and neuropsychotherapist Dr Trisha Stratford are back for the social experiment.
What Can We Expect?
John Aiken told TODAY that viewers can expect more from Season 6 of Married At First Sight.
“We’ve had well over 10,000 applications, it’s off the charts, we are still receiving more applications,” he said. “We are also looking not only for heterosexual couples but also gay applicants as well so it’s going to be a massive season.
“As you know season 5 was huge, this is going to be even bigger.”
Who Has Been Cast?
Although the official list of bride and grooms is yet to be released, a few familiar faces have appeared in the first teaser trailers.
Cameron Merchant is an ex-professional cricketer and has been confirmed as one of this years grooms.
A former Home And Away extra, Sam Ball is set to send hearts racing this year.
A former contestant on Channel Seven's First Dates, Dino Hira is trying his luck once again in Married At First Sight.
Taking to the small screen last year to take on the Ninja Warrior course, Bronson Norrish is ready to find love.