Married At First Sight is ALL about the cheating and drama.
In fact just ask Elizabeth Sobinoff!
Well, apparently the bosses at Nine aren't for it and want their TV stars to find real love on the show.
MAFS executive producer Peter Walsh spoke to news.com about his hope to turn things around next year.
“I wouldn’t like things to play out the same, I wouldn’t like people to see a repeat of what they saw this year,” Walsh admitted.
“It would just be absolute chaos if it was all cheating and all drama. While it’s fun to watch and it’s great to promo, I don’t think people will watch if that’s all it is.”
“We don’t actually like the cheating. It plays against the spirit of the experiment,” he says.
“We were prepared for it though,” he says.
“When we changed it for season 4 into the group dynamic, we always knew (cheating) was going to be a possibility. If you put 20 people together who have virtually only just met their partner we knew that this could quite possibly happen.
“So while we don’t encourage it we knew it could happen, then it’s just a matter of how to deal with it.”