MEET THE COUPLES - Married at First Sight
TV Guide Magazine|July 19 - August 01, 2021
The Lone Star State gets a little less lonely as Season 13 of the arranged-nuptials sensation heads to Houston. And according to exec producer Montré Burton, the show is “bringing more diversity than ever,” including its first Asian American couple, Bao and Johnny (above), and a cast mostly in their thirties instead of twenties. Here, we introduce the twosomes (matched by Married’s stable of experts) who will permanently altar their future.
Damian Holbrook

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MYRLA AND GIL He’s a firefighter “in search of that ’90s R&B type of love…very passionate.” She’s a leadership coach who admits to being set in her high-maintenance ways. “If I have to shift my lifestyle, that will be a problem.” We’re counting on it.

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