Spain’s Atresmedia Televisión has secured the rights to Red Arrow International’s hit format “Married At First Sight”. “Casados A Primera Vista” will be produced by Big Bang Media and Boomerang, and is due to air on Antena 3.

Carmen Ferreiro, Director of Programmes at Atresmedia “‘Married At First Sight’ is a really innovative format; we hope to surprise the Spanish audience, as it has done in all other territories.”

Axel Böhm, Senior Vice President Sales Europe at Red Arrow International says “The ‘Married At First Sight’ format has been sold around the world and is adored wherever it goes. We are delighted that Spanish audiences will now get the chance to enjoy this hit show.”

Originally created by Snowman Productions for Danish channel DR3, “Married At First Sight” has been sold straight-to-series to a host of territories including France, Australia and Germany.

In the US, the season finale of “Married At First Sight” became the most watched telecast in A+E Network’s fyi and bio.’s network history, firmly placing the new channel on the radar, and a second season has been commissioned. In November, a second season of the Danish version of “Married At First Sight” finished airing. Reaching shares of up to 52%, every episode was consistently the most watched show of the night in Denmark.


About “Married At First Sight”

In “Married At First Sight”, 6 singles on the lookout for love put their hearts in the hands of a team of experts and marry a total stranger – meeting their partner for the first time at the altar. 6 weeks of marriage later, the couples decide to go their separate ways or to take a shot at living happily ever after together. 


About Atresmedia

ATRESMEDIA TELEVISIÓN, truly a reference in the television sector in Spain, is the media Group that integrates the channels Antena 3, laSexta, Neox y Nova, besides  GolT (this one in rental situation). The Group has been successfull in combining the different identitity and positioning of each one of the channels.

ATRESMEDIA TELEVISIÓN is committed to a style which is a recognizable way to make and understand television, based on the variety and type of genres.