MAFS Viewers Blame the Experts for Toxic Couples and Disappointing Season

Fans’ Frustration with Toxic Cast Members

Married at First Sight viewers are expressing their disappointment with the toxic cast members in Season 17. Some cast members, like Orion and Brennan, have faced criticism online. However, fans are now directing their frustration toward the experts: Pastor Calvin Roberson, Dr. Pepper Schwartz, and Dr. Pia Holec.

Viewers Blame Experts for Poor Matches

Viewers believe the experts are responsible for the disappointing season due to their poor matchmaking choices. They argue that the experts should have matched compatible couples based on their preferences and needs, which would have made the marriages easier.

Emily and Clare’s Conversation

A recent teaser clip from Episode 15 showed Emily and Clare checking in on each other. Emily asks, “How are you doing? How are we doing?” Clare responds, “That’s the million-dollar question.” Clare has already ended her marriage to Cameron due to a lack of chemistry, while Emily’s marriage to Brennan has been on the brink of collapse.

Viewers’ Reactions to the Teaser

The teaser clip sparked reactions from viewers, who expressed their dissatisfaction with the season and blamed the experts for the toxic matches. Comments included:

  • “We are not doing well, but you can thank the ‘experts’ for that.”
  • “The experts need to admit they messed up this season.”
  • “Emily is in a toxic relationship. The experts should protect her.”
  • “The experts should have matched the right people based on what they’ve asked for.”

Viewers Demand Accountability from the Experts

Viewers are demanding that the experts take responsibility for the poor matches and the disappointing season. They want the experts to acknowledge their mistakes and improve their matchmaking process in future seasons.

Conclusion

Married at First Sight viewers are expressing their frustration with the toxic cast members and the disappointing season. They believe the experts are responsible for the poor matches and are demanding accountability from them.