Married at First Sight

Decision Day Is Always a Dramatic Event for Couples on ‘Married at First Sight’ — When Is It?

Reality TV shows like Married at First Sight go the extra mile to explore the concept of “love at first sight.” One of the most essential aspects of the show is Decision Day, where couples decide if they’re going to stay together or go their separate ways. (Although, as most viewers will tell you, sometimes the couples opt out of the experiment before that day even comes!)

As fans eagerly speculate on which couples they think are going to call it quits, they have to wonder when they’ll find out whether their guesses are right. So, when is Decision Day for Season 17?

Here’s what you need to know.

Pastor Cal and Dr. Pepper talk to a couple on MAFS

When is Decision Day on Season 17 of ‘Married at First Sight’?

During the finale of each season, the show’s married couples, who were “arranged” by relationship experts, have the choice to stay together or get a divorce. This is known as “Decision Day.” The occasion frequently serves as a source of drama, with couples breaking up, making up, or even going on to couple up with others.

Season 17 kicked off on Oct. 18, 2023. While we don’t yet have a confirmed Decision Day for Season 17, we do know that the synopsis for the Feb. 28 episode indicates that Decision Day is “less than a week away” from that point, which indicates we might see Decision Day on the March 6 episode.

Orion and Lauren talk about race on their honeymoon on MAFS

Season 17 of ‘Married at First Sight’ features the same relationship experts as last season.

In addition to returning experts Dr. Pepper Schwartz and Pastor Cal Roberson, Season 15 introduced two new experts: DeVon Franklin and Dr. Pia Holec, both of whom are back again for Season 17.

Dr. Pia is a sex therapist who, according to her profile in Psychology Today, has been practicing for more than 15 years.

She describes her work in the profile, saying, “I enjoy working with both individuals and couples who are experiencing a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, and relationship discord. Additionally, I specialize in, and have received several years of training in the treatment of sexual dysfunctions in a non-judgmental fashion.”

DeVon Franklin is a producer, author, and actor. Ahead of Season 15, he had announced his casting in a Lionsgate film called Jesus Revolution. According to Deadline, the film is “inspired by the true story of a national spiritual awakening in the early 1970s and its origins within a community of teenage hippies in Southern California.”

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