'MAFS' Season 14: Lifetime accused of 'staging' decision day as Mark and Lindsey stay married
Season 14 of 'Married At First Sight' has been a rollercoaster. With a shocking three couples saying 'yes' on decision day so far, the season is far from what it seems. And as Lindsey Georgoulis and Mark Maher take center stage, it continues to be as unpredictable as ever.
Lindsey and Mark certainly take the cake for being the season's hot and cold couple. While they hit the ground running, their marriage soon crumbled, seeing that they were never not arguing. This hot and cold couple proved that not everyone who is good on paper would be good together in real life.
It looks like Season 14 has a lot of social media-related issues, seeing that Lindsey was quick to jump on Mark regarding his behavior online. She claimed that Mark lived in the moment and on his phone and had little to no plan for his future. In addition, she spoke about how she thought using filters was childish and that whatever negativity he put out about her on social media would always find its way back to her. The experts chimed on how sometimes Mark needs to learn how to 'take an l' to help make his wife feel more comfortable.
When it came to his decision, Mark wanted to stay married, as he believed that Lindsey had helped him grow. It was a yes for Lindsey as well, who noted that Mark might not have been the man she wanted, but was the man she needed. Fans called out the network, believing the entire episode was a set-up. "This was a ratings show just to say we got all yes’s on decision day because I’m sorry it just ain’t no way!!! #MAFS #MarriedAtFirstSight" tweeted a fan. "I'm waiting for the reunion. Y'all know damn well this was staged....#MAFS" said another. "I think Lifetime paid them off to say yes so that they wouldn’t have another 0/5 season. #MAFS #MarriedAtFirstSight" tweeted another. "I think this was def fixed cuz this is one season I didn’t think anyone was gonna stay married #MAFS" said another.
I'm waiting for the reunion. Y'all know damn well this was staged....#MAFS— Blanche Zbornak...you know why (@kdswang) May 12, 2022
I think this was def fixed cuz this is one season I didn’t think anyone was gonna stay married #MAFS— Notch (@Notchypoo) May 12, 2022
Catch part 1 of 'Married At First Sight' Season 14 reunion episode on Wednesday, May 18 at 8/7 c on Lifetime, followed by part 2 of the reunion, which airs the following week -- on Wednesday, May 25 at 8/7 c on Lifetime.
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