The ceremony this year was on display Married at First Sight Australia it was so frightening that the new panel of Senate 9 had announced changes to the exhibition.
According to news.com.au, head of material, production and development of Channel 9, Adrian Swift, was stunned by what he saw on the show.
“The commitment in MAFS is that we have managed to keep up with the f *** since the competitors,” Swift said. T The Australian.
"They do things that don't even feel. They're coming up with stories we never thought about, and the problem we have, and you've seen this year, do it was in places that we thought just a little bit of urgency, and we didn't want it to be there. "
In the past month, John Walsh, executive representative for the production, said he wanted "less of enjoyment and drama" for the return of the show in 2020. t
"It would be a real situation if it was all laughing and all the drama," he said at news.com.au.
“Although it is fun to watch and that it is a good encouragement, I don't think people look if it is all. "
This year his wife has been involved in a fight, and one with a c-word on it.
Over 25,000 people have signed a petition asking for the exhibition to be removed from the air.
"This demonstration has emphasized the message that adultery, deceit, lying and exchanging participants are all right and that you will be rewarded if you get involved," said the gentleman. petition.
"It is wrong and immoral and should be banned from broadcast again."