“Married at First Sight” doesn’t always end with a happily ever after, and it looks like there will be more divorces in Season 10. Though Decision Day hasn’t aired yet, legal filings have revealed that at least two couples broke up after marrying on the Lifetime reality show.

Michael Watson has reportedly filed for an annulment. Michael and wife Meka Jones have been struggling with trust issues, and Reality TV World reports that his claim for annulment is that he was “defrauded” into marrying Meka. However, that’s not an accusation about Meka—it’s an allegation against “Married at First Sight” and the matchmakers.

"Given everything that has transpired between then and now, [Michael] now believes he was defrauded into this process and the legal marriage that ensued, as it appears that the actual goal of the 'experiment' was not to form lasting, committed unions but rather to create drama and excitement for television ratings," the groom’s attorney reportedly wrote in the filing.

Aside from Michael’s beliefs about the intentions of the show, he and Meka have been struggling to get along. In an IBT exclusive clip from Wednesday’s episode, Meka says she can’t trust that Michael is telling her the truth after he has lied so many times.

Michael apparently filed on Jan. 21, just three weeks after another “Married at First Sight” Season 10 groom did the same.

Brandon Reid and Taylor Dunklin are also headed for a breakup. People reported last month that Brandon also filed for an annulment. They didn’t share any details about why exactly he chose to ask for an annulment as his first choice.

It’s different for “Married at First Sight” couples to file for an annulment. In the past, couples typically filed for divorce, as there are limited reasons for an annulment. Throughout the show, it’s emphasized that the marriages are very much real legal proceedings that will require a divorce to dissolve. However, an annulment nullifies a marriage so that it’s legally void. On paper, it’s as though the marriage never happened.

Fans can see how these marriages play out on “Married at First Sight” Season 10, which airs Wednesdays on Lifetime.

MAFS Season 10 couples "Married at First Sight" Season 10 includes five couples. Photo: Lifetime