Married at First Sight 2024 SPOILERS Explosive fights a cheating

Married at First Sight 2024 SPOILERS: Explosive fights, a cheating scandal, another revenge porn incident and the brides and grooms you need to keep an eye on: Insider reveals behind-the-scenes secrets

The season 11 premiere of Married at First Sight is just hours away.

And if you thought previous seasons were wild, this year's contestants are going to take things to a whole new level.

Chron Australia can reveal that season 11 was the most chaotic series ever filmed.

The upcoming season will be rocked by a cheating scandal, several cast members will be eliminated and another “revenge porn” incident will occur.

Here's everything you need to know before the first episode.

Married At First Sight 2024 is just a few hours away. And if you thought previous seasons of Nine's social experiment were dramatic, this year's couples are set to take things to a whole new level. Pictured: Sara Mesa and husband Tim Calwell

Although bosses claim the series will be less

Although bosses claim the series will be less “screaming and screaming”, Chron Australia can reveal that season 11 was the most chaotic series filmed to date. Pictured: Jack Dunkley

Runaway brides and grooms

A number of cast members abruptly quit the show, leaving producers scrambling to pick up the pieces.

Simon Flocco, an Adelaide-based restaurant manager, almost “ruined” the show's plans to focus on a same-sex couple after pulling out days before his wedding.

Casting producers were able to find a last-minute replacement and brought the couple in as interlopers.

Another insider whispered that there will be more than one person who doesn't trust the experts.

“She wasn’t having any of it and I think she regretted ever signing up for the show,” the source said.

The upcoming series is rocked by a cheating scandal, several cast members leave the series and another

The upcoming series is rocked by a cheating scandal, several cast members leave the series and another “revenge porn” incident occurs

Adelaide-based restaurant manager Simon Flocco (pictured) almost

Adelaide-based restaurant manager Simon Flocco (pictured) almost “ruined” the show's plans to focus on a same-sex couple after pulling out days before his wedding

Cheating scandal

Chron Australia can reveal the new series is rocked by another cheating scandal.

It seems as if a groom's world is turned upside down when he finds out about his bride's secret rendezvous.

Although it's not yet known whether the betrayal will appear on screen, insiders have revealed the groom was “heartbroken” to hear the news.

“The cheating scandal came to light just because of that [someone] decided to betray her boyfriend to cause some drama,” they added.

The cast is still trying to figure out if it was more than just gossip.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal both relationships and friendships are set to fall apart after behind-the-scenes gossip finds its way to dinner parties

Chron Australia can reveal both relationships and friendships are set to fall apart after behind-the-scenes gossip finds its way to dinner parties

“The cheating scandal came to light just because of that [someone] decided to betray her boyfriend to cause some drama,” they added

“The cheating scandal came to light just because of that [someone] decided to betray her boyfriend to cause some drama,” they added

The most explosive dinner parties and engagement ceremonies yet

Season 11's dinner parties will also be “the most explosive viewers have seen in years.”

Chron Australia can reveal that filming for this season's dinner parties was completed in record time, while filming for the previous dinner parties only ended in the early hours of the morning.

When asked what was special about this year's lineup, MAFS producers said it reflected a cast that was open and unreserved.

“This crew figures things out early.” “They don't hold back,” noted relationship expert John Aiken, while Mollie pointed out the cast's willingness to engage in discussions about their relationships.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal the new series is rocked by a cheating scandal.  Season 11's dinner parties will be

Chron Australia can reveal the new series is rocked by a cheating scandal. Season 11's dinner parties will be “the most explosive viewers have seen in years”

Explosive fights and feuds

Addressing early reports that the upcoming series will be “less screaming and shouting”, McWilliams and John Walsh, EP at Nine, assured that while the series would be dramatic, it would not be overly loud or difficult to follow.

“There is no shortage of people calling out bad behavior,” Walsh said, underscoring the show’s commitment to authentic interaction.

Alex Spurway added: “This year will be just as dramatic, shocking and surprising and there will be bombs constantly going off left, right and center that you don't expect.”

“It also comes from places you don’t expect, from people you don’t expect.”

McWilliams and John Walsh, EP at Nine, addressed early reports that the series would be

McWilliams and John Walsh, EP at Nine, addressed early reports that the series would be “less screaming and shouting” and assured that while the series would be dramatic, it would not be overly loud or difficult to follow

Outstanding stars

Brides Lauren Dunn, Sara Mesa, Eden Harper and Tori Adams are four names viewers won't soon forget.

Lauren and Sara in particular are the life of the party and add more drama every week.

“They are not afraid of confrontation and have often been praised by producers for doing the show,” the spy said.

Blonde brides Lauren and Sara will bring drama to the series

Blonde brides Lauren and Sara will bring drama to the series

Meanwhile, Lauren doesn't shy away from confrontation, as personal trainer Jack Dunkley will soon find out.

Speaking to Chron Australia, MAFS executive producers Alex Spurway and Mollie Harwood admitted there would be no show without these big personalities.

“Lauren always said exactly what she was thinking, and that’s all we can ask for – real reactions and answers,” Harwood explained.

Lauren (pictured) and Sara were the life of the party, upping the drama factor every week Lauren doesn't shy away from confrontation, as Jack Dunkley (pictured) is about to find out

Lauren (pictured) and Sara up the drama factor every week. Lauren doesn't shy away from confrontation, as Jack Dunkley will soon find out

“We don’t want a filtered answer.” “We don’t want filtered people, and Lauren understands that.”

As for this year's lineup, Mollie teased, “They're great – they're open, they say what they think, and they hold people accountable.”

“Revenge porn” scandal

In a worrying twist, a groom is facing major backlash for sharing intimate snaps of an ex at the gym.

The mystery groom was reportedly outed during his daily workout by a co-star he once considered a “friend.”

According to relationship partner John Aiken, the upcoming series will feature brides and grooms airing each other's dirty laundry.

According to John Aiken, MAFS 2024 will see brides and grooms airing each other's dirty laundry in a series of dramatic dinner parties and engagement ceremonies

According to John Aiken, MAFS 2024 will see brides and grooms airing each other's dirty laundry in a series of dramatic dinner parties and engagement ceremonies

Aiken, 53, teased the new dynamic and explained that this season will heavily revolve around the theme of

Aiken, 53, teased the new dynamic and explained that this season will heavily revolve around the theme of “trust.”

Aiken, 53, teased the new format and explained that this season would be based on the theme of “trust.”

“I often think that loose lips sink ships,” he told Chron Australia. “In this series, people often air dirty laundry when they shouldn’t, and that has consequences.”

Aiken said the issue of trust, or lack thereof, will be at the forefront of any heated confrontation.

In a disturbing twist, a groom is facing major backlash for sharing intimate snaps of his ex.  The mystery groom is said to have been outed at a dinner party by a co-star he once considered a

In a disturbing twist, a groom is facing major backlash for sharing intimate snaps of his ex. The mystery groom is said to have been outed at a dinner party by a co-star he once considered a “friend”. Pictured: MAFS groom Collins Christian

New look

After previous seasons filmed at the Skye Suites on Kent Street in Sydney's CBD, this year producers relocated the cast to Green Square – the posh area just a short 10-minute drive from the airport.

According to rumors on set, the move was a desperate attempt by the producer to stop the show's stars from running away.

“Last year was just chaos,” said an insider.

After previous seasons filmed at the Skye Suites on Kent Street in Sydney's CBD, this year producers relocated the cast to Green Square - the posh area just a short 10-minute drive from the airport.  Pictured: Jack with his wife Tori Adams

After previous seasons filmed at the Skye Suites on Kent Street in Sydney's CBD, this year producers relocated the cast to Green Square – the posh area just a short 10-minute drive from the airport. Pictured: Jack with his wife Tori Adams

According to rumors on set, the move was a desperate attempt by the producer to stop the show's stars from running away.  Pictured: Timothy Smith

According to rumors on set, the move was a desperate attempt by the producer to stop the show's stars from running away. Pictured: Timothy Smith

“Some of the actors escaped the fire escape and only returned when the birds started chirping at sunrise – they wanted to put an end to that.”

New accommodation wasn't the only thing Channel Nine wanted to change.

In season 11, the newlyweds travel to Byron Bay for a three-day getaway, where things aren't twice as hot for some.

Married At First Sight will air again on Channel Nine in January, immediately after the Australian Open.

The upcoming series will see former MAFS groom Mitch Eynaud's younger brother Jayden join the series.  (Jayden pictured with his glamorous bride Eden)

The upcoming series will see former MAFS groom Mitch Eynaud's younger brother Jayden join the series. (Jayden pictured with his glamorous bride Eden)

Married at First Sight 2024: Meet the Cast

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Lauren Dunn

32, PR Maven, Perth

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Tori Adams

27, Development Manager, Melbourne

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Sarah Mesa

29, nutrition coach, Sydney

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Eden Harper

28, HR consultant, Gold Coast

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Cassandra Allen

30, administrative officer, Gold Coast

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Lucinda Light

43, Wedding Reception & MC, NSW

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Ellie Dix

32, registered nurse, Gold Coast

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Natalie Parham

32, Physiotherapist, Melbourne

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Andrea Thompson

51, wedding photographer

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Michael Felix

Melbourne, 34, sales representative

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Jayden Eynaud

26, professional kickboxer, Gold Coast

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Tim Calwell

31, online business owner, Gold Coast

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Ben Walters

Tour guide, Newcastle

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Collins Christian

State Government, Perth

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Jack Darkey

34, personal trainer, Gold Coast

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Jono McCullough

39, Managing Director, Brisbane

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Richard Sauerman

62, motivational speaker

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Timothy Smith

51, gin distillery owner, Melbourne

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Tristan Black

29, entertainment manager, Sydney

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Simon Flocco

Marketing manager, 39, SA

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