Dr Trisha acknowledges the cruelness of the love trial in the sense that they have borne this relationship about of a lab, thrust the couple together to intensely fall in love and stuff, to only then rip them apart with no contact allowed."Married At First Sight" finale, where couples will decide to stay married or get divorced airs Tuesday, June 9 on FYI.EP Chris Coelen answered The Wrap's burning questions beforehand.

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So he’s a natural to executive produce “Married at First Sight,” which pairs six strangers in legally binding marriages and then watches the inevitably fraught results.

The reality series wraps its eyebrow-raising second season on Tuesday on FYI network. Divorce: Do you pay for attorneys and is there help?

The Wrap spoke to Coelen, who also produces “The Taste,” “Little Women: LA,” and prior shows “Wife Swap,” and “Don’t Forget the Lyrics.” He gamely fielded questions table-side at the Beverly Hilton, moments after he and co-executive producer Sam Dean lost the Critics Choice TV Award to Clay Newbill and Mark Burnett for “Shark Tank.” 1. “There is not any money specifically built in for divorce costs, no,” Coelen said. Coelen said that 17,000 people auditioned for the show. Not only will “Married at First Sight” get a third season, it’s already shooting in Atlanta.

If these are legal marriages, how do you handle the paperwork jiu-jitsu? “We will contribute within a certain period of time if they get divorced. That’s almost as many as will be at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday for the third game of the NBA finals, which is the series’ time-period competition. In fact, Dean missed the Critics Choice TV Awards on May 31 because she was on location in Georgia.

Why has there never been an all-cast dinner party night? “It’s not that we don’t want them to [meet the other couples in the show].

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A legal wedding requires a marriage license, which would contain the vital information of the spouse. It basically says what they walk in to [the marriage with], is what they walk out of the marriage with.” “We want to give them some protection walking in,” he explains. Why does the show not include any same-sex couples? “We’d love to but it’s very difficult.” There’s also a risk given the very surprise set-up of the show. We will help them cover the costs of an attorney if they choose to do that.

How do you avoid spoiling the name, age, address, and other key identifying data before the show? Some of the cast own New York City real estate and have established careers beyond the default reality show model/actor/bartender tropes. “If for some reason it does not work out, at least you are protected with this basic form. “Because we have to put all the women and all the men in the same room (by gender) in workshops [during the casting process], there is a chance they could see each other [before meeting at the altar].

The on-air participants sign marriage licenses “immediately after the ceremony,” Coelen said. You are not going to get yourself in to any legal trouble. If we could figure out logistically how do it, we’d love to do it.” 5. It would be a lot easier from a production standpoint if we said, ‘Why don’t you all move here?

Once they are in to the marriage, everything is completely up to them. It seems like it would be fun to see the three couples living in the same city, working with the same relationship experts, having the same experience together.