It’s since been revealed that the pair will be launching their very own podcast, thanks to a deal struck with Jay Walkerden’s Podshape. Radio Today reports that the podcast will be titled What Happens After and is offering up a “warts and all look at the development of a relationship.” It’s an interesting premise but given the drama that unfolded on MAFS, you have to wonder if the couple will be all that interesting without it. Or, if they will in fact create their own drama to sustain audience attention.
Given that Bryce was previously a radio announcer at Southern Cross Austereo’s Hit 104.7 in Canberra, departing only to appear on MAFS, a podcast sounds like a logical step for the guy who suddenly found himself cast as this year’s TV villain. The pair will discuss topics together that include everything from whether they’ll get married for real, how they plan to raise children, and what their families make of their life together.
“The bad things have definitely been the trolls and the lack of understanding around our relationship,” Melissa said in the trailer for the upcoming podcast series.
In a statement released to Radio Today, Melissa added, “I’m looking forward to showing our relationship for what it actually is and giving insight into Bryce and myself.” To this, Bryce added, “We met in usual circumstances but we’re just like any normal couple, I’m excited to let people inside our lives and our relationships.”
The podcast, What Happens After, will launch May 4, 2021 and will run for 10 episodes. You can listen to a sneak peek here.