Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island: See Who's Getting a Second Chance at Love
Now that he's established himself in his career as the owner of a construction company, Tyler is willing to take the risk of life on the island for the reward of potentially finding the love of his life.
Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island premieres Oct. 23 at 10 p.m. EST on Lifetime
An aerospace engineer, Travis signed up to be on Honeymoon Island because he has an amazing job but is missing someone to share it with. His sister also found love on MAFS: Second Chances.
Shannon, a pharmaceutical sales rep, had a great experience dating Vanessa Nelson on Married at First Sight: Second Chances in Atlanta. While he wasn’t ready to get engaged or married by the end of filming, he wanted to continue to get to know her on a deeper level.
A hair stylist, Mekalya knew she was ready to find the one and applied for the fourth season of Married At First Sight, but her match fell through. She still believes everything happens for a reason.
Lizzie applied when Married at First Sight came to Boston for season six, but the panel of experts was unable to find a match for her. She hopes on Honeymoon Island she’ll be able to go full-throttle in her dream atmosphere: the beautiful outdoors with new people and exciting adventures.
A medical sales rep, Kimber is fiercely competitive in her job and hopes those skills translate to life on the island. She wants a man who is just as career-focused, motivated and fun-loving as she is.
Katie works in digital advertising and is an adventure seeker who typically meets men through friends and dating apps. She wants to find a guy who is as interesting and dynamic as she is.
Jona works as an auto broker and applied for Married at First Sight season 4 in Miami. Producers called him to tell him he was matched, but minutes later he was told that his match withdrew from the process.
A huge fan of Married at First Sight, Jocelyn owns a business and is excited about the possibility of finding love on a show similar to MAFS. She’s a smart businesswoman who has every aspect of her life exactly how she wants it.
A professional nanny placement specialist, Jada’s single because she hasn’t found the right guy and she’s unwilling to settle. She took three years off from dating after a bad breakup to focus on herself.
A hostess, Isabella believes she’s single because she has high standards, but she’s ready and willing to commit for the right man. Isabella made it to the final round on Married at First Sight: Second Chances, but in the end she wasn’t the right match for David Norton.
Eric is an entrepreneur, hopeless romantic and dreamer. His last serious relationship actually ended after a year and a half because of the amount he travels for work.
The founder and CEO of BEFIT, Corey was named Boston’s Most Eligible Bachelor in 2017 and considered doing the sixth season of Married at First Sight. He’s put love on the back-burner in the past because he’s spent years focusing on his business.
Perry, a musician, personal trainer and youth counselor, is looking for a serious, life-long commitment. A romantic guy at heart, Chris is ready to ditch the apps and find the perfect girl he can spoil regularly and bring home to meet his mom.
McKay, who works as an estimator, prefers to meet women in person because he doesn’t think his personality and sense of humor translate well online and through dating apps. He made it far during season 4 of Married at First Sight, but ultimately the experts were unable to find his perfect match.
Brandin owns a clothing boutique and her longest relationship lasted for three and a half years with her college boyfriend, but she caught him cheating on her. She won’t settle for someone who isn’t perfect for her, but she’s tired of wishing for Mr. Right.