By Aleksandra Pavlovska For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:08 GMT, 21 March 2019 | Updated: 02:35 GMT, 21 March 2019
Married At First Sight has been plagued with cheating scandals, explosive fights and endless drama this season.
But while the show has kept Australians glued to their television screens, Mark Scrivens says the whole experiment is 'toxic'.
Speaking to E! Australia on Wednesday, the 41-year-old said the contestants were essentially forced into friendships due to the isolation of filming.
The producers won't be happy! Married At First Sight's Mark Scrivens described the show as a 'weird toxic bubble' during an interview with E! Australia on Wednesday
'We're all pretty good friends out of this and we've all been in that weird toxic bubble for a long period of time, so you do form quite close bonds,' he said.
Elsewhere during the interview, Mark denied rumours of a