'Married At First Sight Australia' goes big with a brand new twist

The experts will have their work cut out for them this upcoming season!
The controversial social experiment will be returning to TV3 on Monday for it's fourth and biggest season yet.
'Married at First Sight Australia' starts on our screens next Monday (February 6) at 8pm, and for the first time, the experts are not matching up four couples - but ten couples to live in one building during the experiment.
For season one bride Zoe Hendrix, part of the most successful 'Married at First Sight' couple, she still can't believe how well the experiment worked out for her and partner Alex, who she now has a child with.
"I think it would be a crazy dream to think you can go on a reality TV show and actually meet someone and fall in love and have a family. If you told me that before, I would have said you're crazy!" she told nowtolove.com.au.
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But with 20 strangers getting married at first sight, and all living in the same apartment block - will things work out for the better?
The series will air on TV3, Mondays and Wednesdays nights at 8pm.