Channel Nine are reportedly going big for the next season of Married At First Sight, with the show's upcoming series reportedly focusing on a "wife-swap".
A "source" (no, not shady at all...) told The Daily Mail that producers are planning on finding two divorced couples and pairing them up with each other's exes on the show.
Each contestant won't know that their spouse is involved in the series until they meet the other couples at the first dinner party.
The divorcees will then have to make their TV marriages work whilst living in the same building as their former spouses and seeing them once a week at dinner parties.
The source explained that the plan was to help the show top the levels of drama caused by the wife-swapping of the previous season.
"The producers knew they had to do something big to improve on the last season and they're confident this will cause even more drama than ever.
"Not only will these two couples have to face the natural struggles that come with 'marrying' a stranger, but they'll have to each do it next to the person they previously thought they'd spend the rest of their life with.
"A lot of old wounds will be opened the second their honeymoons are over and they come face-to-face with their pasts."
Do you think this is a good idea? Or is the show now putting drama before true love?