Four specialists select six individuals to be matched with an ideal marriage partner, with the identities of both parties remaining a secret until the wedding day.
Six singles place their romantic fates in the hands of relationship experts and prepare to meet their selected spouses at the altar.
The three newly married couples spend their first night together, then travel to their honeymoon destinations.
Now united in marriage, the newly wedded strangers learn if romance will blossom on their honeymoons.
After returning from their honeymoons, the three couples must learn to combine traditions as the holidays approach.
With the holidays out of the way, the couples turn their attentions to deciding where their new homes will be located.
After meeting, marrying, honeymooning and moving, the three couples ring in the new year for the first time as man and wife.
With the honeymoon period completed, the three sets of newlyweds tackle the challenges of everyday life.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Joseph Cilona steps in to help the three couples adjust to their new lives and overcome issues that threaten their marriages.
The married strangers share their concerns regarding healthy intimate relationships with sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff.
Sociologist Dr. Pepper Schwartz drops by the homes of the three married couples to determine if they are truly cohabiting or merely coexisting.
The couples are urged by spiritual adviser Greg Epstein to work hard on their marriages with the end of the experiment only a week away.
As the experiment comes to an end, the couples reveal whether they want to remain married or get a divorce.
Host Kevin Frazier catches up with the couples six months after the end of the experiment to see if they have remained married or decided to call it quits.