‘Married at First Sight’: Which 9 Couples Will Appear On ‘Couples Cam?’
Lifetime’s Married at First Sight franchise will debut a new spinoff starting next week, featuring nine fan-favorite couples from previous seasons of the show. Married at First Sight: Couples Cam is a self-shot series, filmed during the COVID-19 crisis by the couples themselves.
The series will include updates from each couple and insight into their daily lives now that the dust has settled after they first got hitched as complete strangers.
From relationship struggles and the challenges of quarantine to new additions to the family, each episode will give you a behind-the-scenes look at how each couple is doing in real time. Episode formats will include diary cams, scenes shot on mounted cameras in the couples’ homes, and virtual group chats.
Married at First Sight: Couples Cam is a limited series consisting of six episodes. The show premieres on May 20 on Lifetime at 8 p.m. EST, according to Deadline. These are the couples whose stories you’ll be following on the all-new spinoff.
Doug Hehner and Jamie Otis (Season 1)
Jamie, a former labor and delivery nurse, first appeared as a contestant on ABC’s The Bachelor before she married Doug, a software salesman, on Season 1 on Married at First Sight. Now, Jamie often serves as a host on the spinoff Married at First Sight: Unfiltered.
The couple has made it through plenty of ups and downs over the years, including multiple miscarriages, infertility, job loss, and the heart-wrenching search for Jamie’s biological father. Doug and Jamie are proud parents to a two-year-old daughter, Henley Grace, and a newborn baby boy—just born on May 13, 2020.
Ashley Petta and Anthony D’Amico (Season 5)
Ashley and Anthony married in Chicago on Married at First Sight Season 5. Anthony now works for a media company as a sales director, while Ashley serves as the manager for her family’s eatery.
The couple has been married for nearly four years and welcomed a now-one-year-old daughter, Mila, to their fold in 2019. They recently opened up about Mila’s difficult birth on the Married at First Sight Season 10 reunion.
Shawniece Jackson and Jephte Pierre (Season 6)
Shawniece and Jephte often struggled to communicate and connect after they got married on Married at First Sight Season 6 in Boston. Shawniece was all-in for commitment right away, while Jephte found it challenging to be vulnerable and open with his wife. They even went through a separation at one point and considered divorce.
Now, Jephte and Shawniece say they’re in a much better place. Their toddler-aged daughter, Laura, is a beloved addition to their family. They recently became homeowners and are exploring new career options. Shawniece runs several businesses, like a wig line, while Jephte is a teacher.
Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd (Season 7)
Danielle and Bobby fell for each other quickly after their Dallas wedding on Married at First Sight Season 7. They got along so well that the Married at First Sight experts were a little worried about their lack of conflict!
While Danielle wasn’t sure she wanted to be a stay-at-home wife and mom during her season, she’s since changed her mind and decided to stay home with the couple’s daughter, one-year-old Olivia. Bobby works to provide for the family as a regional sales manager.
Danielle had frightening, potentially life-threatening health complications during her pregnancy that left her concerned about having more kids. Still, the couple is trying to decide whether more children are in their immediate future.
AJ Vollmoeller and Stephanie Sersen (Season 8)
Stephanie, a finance manager, and AJ, the owner of a staffing agency, hit it off right away on Married at First Sight Season 8. Despite their chemistry, the couple’s relationship was far from conflict-free, especially due to AJ’s fiery nature and hot temper.
Still, the pair says they balance each other out well, especially with some marriage counseling under their belt. AJ and Stephanie travel frequently, heading to different countries and having adventures together as a couple. They’re talking about potentially having kids in the future.
Kristine Killingsworth and Keith Dewar (Season 8)
After getting hitched on Married at First Sight Season 8 in Philadelphia, Kristine and Keith have also appeared on Married at First Sight: Couples’ Couch, commenting on other seasons of the show. Both newlyweds are devoted to their careers. Keith is a biomedical technician, while Kristine works in the real estate industry.
They’re also new homeowners and love working on their home to improve it as much as they can.
Beth Bice and Jamie Thompson (Season 9)
Beth and Jamie had a tumultuous start on Married at First Sight Season 9 in Charlotte. They even broke up a time or two after first getting married. But their passion and chemistry won the day, and they’re now happily married and in a much better place.
Jamie and Beth moved to Northern California for Jamie’s job in the tech industry. Beth is hoping to launch a career as an influencer and entrepreneur.
Deonna McNeill and Greg Okotie (Season 9)
Like Beth and Jamie, Deonna and Greg met and married on Married at First Sight Season 9 in Charlotte. Greg’s dedication to the experiment eventually won Deonna—who admitted she’d been hurt in the past—over with time.
In addition to their usual jobs (financial technology, for Deonna, and running a math tutoring center, for Greg) and actively looking to start a family in the near future, Deonna and Greg now run a screen-printing business from home.
Jessica Studer and Austin Hurd (Season 10)
Jessica and Austin had one of the calmest, sweetest relationships in Married at First Sight history on Season 10 in Washington, D.C. Austin, a network engineer, professed his love to Jessica, a patient care manager, before asking her to stay with him on Decision Day. The recently-married couple is still getting to know each other and hopes to start a family in the future.