Views of Australia’s most popular reality show Married At First Sight were left hanging after a popular TV network in the US cancelled the show.
For a very short few weeks, viewers in the US were mesmerized by the “love” happening on the show, watching Bryce and Melissa shenanigans or how Coco ruffled her feathers.
Daily Mail reported barely 300,000 viewers were tuning in, a small piece of Australia’s 1.1 million eager fans.
Some people took to social media to express their disappointment:
Un-freaking-believable!!! 😱😬🤬 I literally cannot believe that Lifetime has taken MAFS Australia off their regular cable TV channel in the middle ogbthe God damn season!! I freaking hate this streaming crap…just give me regular TV 😤 for God's sake!!
— Anthony Giordano (@RUSHFan0612) June 9, 2022
— Penny (@maf7825) June 30, 2022
Luckily, Australian fans can sleep in peace knowing the new season of MAFS is returning next year.