It started like any other workday...
"Married at First Sight: Couple's Cam" premieres on Lifetime on Wednesday.
The new Lifetime reality series will follow nine fan favorites of the Married at First Sight franchise.
There are three lovely baking competitions for you to choose from.
Yes, they're officially divorced, but their stories continue.
"I'm not discrediting the apology I'm just saying we can't give people a pass for this."
"The Bachelor" alum Bekah Martinez has addressed the controversy, saying: "We've GOT to hold people accountable to do better."
"You might as well have just stuck a knife in my heart when I found that on your phone," Lisa says in a new clip.
Some want to know why there's a window on a coffin to begin with.
"It takes a year or more to get a visa. Government isn't even open."
As Season 23 comes to an end, a new "Ghost Adventures" miniseries is set to begin.
"What I'm afraid of is if my wife is gonna be like, 'Do I not make you happy?' And that's not the case at all," Jax Taylor admitted on "Vanderpump Rules" Season 8, episode 19 on Tuesday.
"I am disgusted by so many things I am seeing."
The YouTuber can't get over Ed's use of mayo.
She's not the only cast member with an acting background, though.
"There are so many more nicer women that aren't disrespectful."
Fans were shocked by their last interaction.
He said it was editing all along...and he was right.
The season isn't over yet, so there's always a chance at reconciliation.
The meeting is teased in an exclusive clip published by "Entertainment Tonight."
He thinks TLC's editing plays a big part in the story.
"I might be poor but I am raised to always tell the truth and be respectful of others!"
And now, for a crash course in Tyra Banks' alleged villainy.
"I love my husband but I do wish I had my own space."
Duane "Dog" Chapman, the star of multiple reality shows, including 'Dog the Bounty Hunter,' is engaged to be married for the sixth time.
Yolanda still wants answers directly from Williams, though.
"I'm disappointed because you always embarrassed me."
"We are excited to share a unique 'Voice' experience that will feel both new and familiar," said showrunner Audrey Morrissey.
It will feature conversations with Bachelor alum about their lives now.
"I actually had a lot of empathy for him."