Viewers mock MAFS producers after another terrible editing blunder
This is beyond embarrassing
Married At First Sight producers have made yet ANOTHER editing blunder, shedding further embarrassment upon the Nine reality show.
WATCH: MAFS editing trick is exposed by Josh Pihlak's WATCH
The ‘social experiment’ show, which has been hit by numerous editing fails this season, suffered another on Sunday when Josh Pihlak's watch kept jumping from one time to another.
Halfway through the episode, according to Josh's watch the time was 8:55pm.
It then jumped to 11:40pm when he sat down for his therapy session with Cathy Evans, and then again leaped to 12:10am a few seconds later.
These time jumps suggest that important parts of the conversations were cut, as well as the fact that the show is filmed at an extremely late hour, putting extra pressure on the cast.
Cast members have spoken out in the past about how commitment ceremonies and dinner parties can take up to 12 hours to record.
Mishel Meshes opened up last week on the Not Here to Make Friends podcast about production pressures on the cast.
She said that "nobody gets to leave" the dinner parties or commitment ceremonies until producers have captured "enough drama" - regardless of how late it is.
Speaking of a recent commitment ceremony, Mishel claimed: "We weren't going to leave unless I had a fight with Steve [Burley].
"I just said, 'You know what? F**k it, I'm gonna do it.' It was 11pm and guess what? We got to go home at 11.15pm [after the argument]. Giddy up, we're out."