‘Married at First Sight’ is a reality TV series that has captivated many viewers since its inception in 2014. The show features relationship experts who match strangers to get married during their first meeting. What makes the already unique premise of the show even funnier is the fact that we get a glimpse into the lives of couples as they decide whether to stay together or divorce.
The Lifetime reality show includes almost everything from the dream wedding ceremony, the awkward moments the couple shares in the beginning, and the picturesque honeymoon, to the dramatic and intense fights. This kind of experiment also addresses the ever-present topic of arranged marriages, whether or not they are compatible. In order to showcase different individuals in different companies, the show has moved to several locations over the years.
Married at First Sight Tv Series Filming Locations
The 15th season of ‘Married at First Sight’ was filmed in California, especially in San Diego. It was the first time in the Lifetime show’s history that production moved to the sunny West Coast. Principal photography for the fifteenth season of the dating series reportedly began in late January 2022 and ended in April of that year, after three months of filming.
California’s vast and varied landscape allows the production team to capture some of the dramatic behind-the-scenes scenes throughout the season.
To film the entire series of ‘Married at First Sight’ 14, the cast and crew headed to San Diego, a large city in California on the Pacific coast. The production team was probably looking for new ways to increase the level of enthusiasm and excitement of the fans, and by choosing San Diego as the location, they were able to achieve this thanks to the city’s picturesque landscape and beautiful beaches.
There are various sectors that power the economy of the city of San Diego, including tourism, manufacturing, international trade, research, and military and defense activities. The city consists of a number of peaks such as Cowles Mountain (the highest point in the city), Black Mountain, and Mount Soledad. In addition to “Married at First Sight,” San Diego has served as a prominent filming location for several great productions over the years. Notable ones include ‘Scarface’, ‘Thor’, ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle, ‘Transformers’, ‘Veronica Mars’, and ‘Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.