90 Day Fiancé

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90 Day Fiancé
90 Day Fiance logo.jpg
GenreReality television
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons9
No. of episodes79 (list of episodes)
Production
Production companySharp Entertainment
Release
Original networkTLC
Original releaseJanuary 12, 2014 (2014-01-12) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related showsList of spin-offs

90 Day Fiancé is an American reality television series on TLC that follows couples who have applied for or received a K-1 visa, available uniquely to foreign fiancés of U.S. citizens, and therefore have 90 days to marry each other. The series debuted on January 12, 2014, and has run for 9 seasons.[1]

The series has eighteen spin-offs, including 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, which documents past 90 Day Fiancé couples after their marriage; 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which follows couples who met online but have not yet started the K-1 visa process; and 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, a series where the American partner moves to their partner's home country instead of vice versa.[2] The original series and its spinoffs are collectively referred to by TLC parent company Warner Bros. Discovery, and some others, as the "90 Day Fiancé Universe", or simply the "90 Day Universe".[3][4][5][6]

Premise[edit]

The show is based on the K-1 visa process. This visa allows the fiancé from a foreign country to travel to the USA to live with his or her prospective American spouse. The purpose of the K-1 Visa is to provide time for the couple to make arrangements and have a marriage ceremony. Each couple is required to sign documents stating their intent to marry as part of the visa process. If the couple does not marry within 90 days, the beneficiary must leave the country. The couple may face language barriers, culture shock, the stigma of being thought of as a "mail-order bride", and skepticism from friends and family.

Cast[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Russ & Paola Russ Mayfield, 27
Owasso, Oklahoma
Russ was an engineer but gave up his job shortly after marrying. Paola moved to Miami to seek more opportunities for modeling and to become a personal trainer for the larger Latino community. Russ initially remained in Oklahoma City but eventually joined her in Miami, where he became concerned about Paola's skimpy modeling outfits. Paola advanced to the second round of Maxim's Finest in 2017 but was eliminated. They have one son, born 2019. As of April 2021, Paola has dual citizenship.
Paola, 27
Bucaramanga, Santander, Colombia
Alan & Kirlyam Alan Cox, 29
Los Angeles, California
Alan and Kirlyam met while Alan was on a missionary trip in her hometown; she then returned with him to the United States to marry. Kirlyam tried modeling but Alan raised concerns about modeling being against his Mormon values. They were married in a Mormon temple while Kirlyam's family, unable to attend, watched via livestream. They went to Hawaii for their honeymoon. Despite being briefly separated during the COVID-19 pandemic, during which Kirlyam was stuck in Brazil visiting family, the couple is still married. They have two children. [7][8][9]
Kirlyam, 21
Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil
Louis & Aya Louis Roy Gattone, Jr., 33
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louis and Aya met via an online dating service. Aya wanted Louis to move to the Philippines but they decided she would move to the United States because he had two young sons. The two married in a Catholic church. The couple has two sons, born 2018 and 2020 respectively.
Aya, 30
Ormoc, Leyte, Philippines
Mike & Aziza Mike Eloshway, 31
Cleveland, Ohio
Mike and Aziza met on a language acquisition website and Aziza moved to the United States in 2013 to live with Mike. Her family was unable to attend the wedding but they traveled to Russia afterwards to see them. They are still married as of 2022 and have one daughter, born 2019. [10]
Aziza, 21
Volgograd City, Volgograd, Russia

Season 2[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Chelsea & Yamir Chelsea Macek, 25
Galesburg, Illinois
Chelsea and Yamir met while she was volunteering in Nicaragua. Despite being part of a band in Nicaragua, he moved to the United States with Chelsea and her parents, who were supportive of the relationship. Yamir met music producers in Chicago and they encouraged him to move to the city for better opportunities. Chelsea was hesitant because neither of them were employed and lived with her parents for free. Yamir was eventually able to return to music and Chelsea played the love interest in the music video for his song "Party Love." Chelsea became an elementary school teacher. The couple filed for divorce in 2017. As of 2020, Yamir is living in Chicago and working on his music. [11]
Yamir Castillo, 28
Managua City, Managua, Nicaragua
Danielle & Mohamed Danielle Mullins, 41
Norwalk, Ohio
Danielle and Mohamed met in an online chatroom and Mohamed moved to Ohio after they were engaged. Danielle had three teenage daughters and an adult son from a previous relationship. She later found out that Mohamed did not have a job as he claimed, and he found out she had been passing bad checks and using someone else's credit card fraudulently. Shortly after the wedding, Mohamed left for Florida to live with a female friend. After Danielle saw intimate photos of them online, she filed an annulment, which would see Mohamed deported if it was granted. The judge stated that it would be difficult for Danielle to win and her lawyer advised she withdraw the annulment. In 2017, Mohamed moved to Texas while Danielle continued to try to get him deported. In 2021, Screen Rant wrote that the two speak on the phone twice a week. Danielle appeared on the spin-off series 90 Day: The Single Life. [12][13]
Mohamed Jbali, 26
Tunis City, Tunis, Tunisia
Justin & Evelin Justin Halas, 34
San Jose, California
Justin, a PE teacher, and Evelin, a dance instructor, met at the 2013 World Games in Colombia at a rugby match. They spent the following week together and fell in love but after their first night together, Justin told her to vacuum and clean the dishes while he watched football. Justin did not tell his family about Evelin until they were engaged, which concerned some of his relatives. Despite this, Evelin became close with Justin's family, especially his mom. Evelin changed the spelling of her name to Evelyn. They welcomed their first child, a son, in 2020. [14]
Evelin, 29
Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Brett & Daya Brett Otto, 31
Snohomish, Washington
Brett and Daya met on an international online dating service. After Daya moved to the United States, the two lived in an apartment with Brett's two roommates but eventually found their own place. He has a daughter from a previous marriage. They married on February 14, 2015. Brett's mother chose not to attend. The couple have a daughter, born 2017.
Daya De Arce, 29
San Carlos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Jason & Cássia Jason Hitch, 38
Spring Hill, Florida
Jason, an Army veteran, met Cássia on Facebook while Cássia was in an online relationship with his friend. They later dated and Cássia moved to the United States to live with Jason and his father. He lived frugally; he resold secondhand items online and started a mail-order snack business called Gifting Fun, which surprised her. The couple separated in 2017 and divorced in 2018 after Jason was charged with domestic violence. Cássia remarried in 2021. Jason died of COVID-19 in 2021 at age 45. [15][16][17]
Cássia Tavares, 23
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
Danny & Amy Danny Frishmuth, 23
Norristown, Pennsylvania
Danny and Amy met in Australia while both were on a mission trip. After becoming engaged, Amy moved to the United States, where she lived with Danny's brother in respect of Danny's wishes to wait until marriage to have sex. Danny's father initially objected to the marriage (because Amy is not white), but eventually accepted her. The couple married in 2014. After marrying, they moved to Texas. They have one son and two daughters. [18]
Amy, 21
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Season 3[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Mark & Nikki Mark, 58
Baltimore, Maryland
Mark and Nikki met via an online dating service and Mark proposed shortly after. Nikki was from the same island as Mark's ex-wife, with whom he has four children, all older than Nikki. Mark's daughter Elise, who is one year older than Nikki, felt uncomfortable with the relationship. Prior to the application for visa Mark insisted Nikki would sign a prenup and the production company had them play out scripted scenes several times throughout the production right up to the wedding day. The couple sued TLC for broken written promises which they claimed did not conflict with the contract presented afterwards, including: that the "show is a documentary, not scripted, not staged, filmed as it happens" filmed in "real time" and "you are not forced to do or say anything." Mark and Nikki complained of being victimized as the show did not accurately reflect reality, in ways both implicit (participants being placed in artificial situations), and deceptive (misleading editing, participants being coached on behavior, storylines generated ahead of time, scenes being staged) and they have stated that they were forced to comply or would be held liable for the production costs, Paragraph 6 of contract. Furthermore Mark and Nikki sued Discovery and Sharp for Libel, because they had edited footage and made Nikki say "for work I work Karaoke Bar" which she never said and implies she was a prostitute or KTV girl, which has caused her and her family great shame and humilation! Matt Sharp, the CEO of Sharp Entertainment defined "dub" when questioned by Mark, before he signed the contract, as "to be able to translate into another language or add a soundtrack", however in court the defense argued that the word "dub" gave Defendants 100% freedom to fictionalize Mark and Nikki (Case #101802-16 Supreme Court of the State of New York County, New York). The lawsuit was eventually dismissed.[19] The couple remain married. [20][21]
Nikki, 19
Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Loren & Alexei Loren Goldstone, 27
New York City, New York
Loren and Alexei met while she was visiting Israel on birthright and he was working as a medic. The couple married in both the United States and in Israel. The couple live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with their three children.
Alexei Brovarnik, 27
Nazareth Illit, Northern District, Israel
(originally from Ukraine)
Kyle & Noon Kyle Huckabee, 28
New Orleans, Louisiana
Kyle and Noon met on Facebook while he was researching for a trip to Thailand. After meeting in person, Noon moved to the United States and lived with Kyle and his roommate. Kyle proposed during a parachuting trip. They married in a Buddhist temple; Noon's family was unable to attend and Kyle's mom, who had been estranged until Noon encouraged Kyle to reconnect with her, chose not to attend.
Bajaree "Noon" Boonma, 25
Bangkok, Thailand
Melanie & Devar Melanie Bowers, 33
Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania
Melanie and Devar met while Melanie was on vacation at the resort in Jamaica where Devar worked as a lifeguard. He proposed within days of meeting her and moved to the United States, where Melanie had custody of her son on weekends. Her sister was concerned about the sudden relationship and Melanie agreed to look into a prenup after Devar mentioned wanting to send most of his income to his family in Jamaica. The couple has a daughter, born 2017. [22]
Devar Walters, 28
Runaway Bay, Jamaica
Fernando & Carolina Fernando Verdini, 39
Doral, Florida
Fernando and Carolina met in Colombia while both on dates with other people and were engaged before he returned to Florida. His parents lived with him in the house he owned from a previous marriage. When Carolina moved to the United States, his mom made racist comments about Colombians; they married despite this. Following the wedding, Carolina admitted to calling her mom three times a day and missing her cat, which she could not bring because Fernando is allergic. They are no longer together.
Carolina, 22
Medellín, Colombia
Josh & Aleksandra Josh Strobel, 22
Rexburg, Idaho
Josh and Aleksandra met in Prague while Josh was on a missionary trip and Aleksandra was attending university. She worked as a go-go dancer at a club and enjoyed drinking and partying but later converted to Mormonism with Josh's support. They stayed in touch after his trip and began dating, and he traveled to Russia in 2015 to propose. They married the same year shortly after she moved to the United States. Josh began attending medical school in Queensland, Australia in 2018 and the family moved to Brisbane. He transferred to a university in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2020. They live in Shreveport, Louisiana with their two children.
Aleksandra Iarovikova, 21
Kirov, Russia

Season 4[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Jorge & Anfisa Jorge Nava, 27
Riverside, California
Jorge contacted Anfisa on Facebook after seeing her photos and although she was at first hesitant to about his messages, she agreed to meet. They then took an expensive European vacation. Before coming to the United States, Anfisa asked Jorge for a $10,000 handbag; when he declined, she erased his cellphone and cancelled the flights. They later reconciled. Jorge pleaded guilty to marijauna trafficking, which made it difficult to rent an apartment, and had been the victim of a break-in and was afraid to settle in one place, so he had been living out of hotels, which Anfisa was unimpressed with. They eventually moved into a small apartment. Jorge did not buy an engagement ring or wedding dress for Anfisa, which concerned his family and caused them to question Anfisa's motives. She admitted she was interested in Jorge providing for her but that Jorge was interested in her because of her looks. She considered returning to Russia and he considered not trying to stop her but they ended up marrying alone in a simple courthouse ceremony, with Jorge promising a ring and a bigger ceremony in the future. The couple is divorced. In 2018, Jorge was again arrested for trafficking marijuana and was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison. He was released in 2020. [23]
Anfisa Arkipchenko, 20
Moscow, Russia
Nicole & Azan Nicole Nafziger, 22
Bradenton, Florida
Nicole and Azan met via a dating app. Nicole left her toddler with her parents so she could visit Azan in Morocco for five weeks, which her family was unsure of. Upon meeting, Azan remarked that she was "big... a little bit" but was happy to see her regardless. She attempted to hug and kiss him and he told her it is not acceptable in Islamic culture for unmarried couples to be affectionate. Though she was warmly welcomed by his family, she felt unsure of their relationship and continued to struggle with Islamic customs. She later revealed she cheated on Azan. Despite this, he proposed to her in the desert. Their wedding was delayed as Nicole did not have enough money to sponsor Azan's visa and her mother did not want to be a co-sponsor. They remained together but lived in separate countries. In 2017, Nicole's father agreed to sponsor Azan. The couple is featured again in season 5.
Azan Tefou, 24
Agadir, Morocco
Narkyia & Olulowo Narkyia Lathan, 36
Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
Narkyia and Olulowo met on an online dating site for plus-sized women but ran into issues when trying to meet for the first time, in large part because Lowo lied about where he lived and about his son's mother being dead. Narkyia and her friends and family were skeptical and wondered if the relationship was a romance scam but he never asked for money. She eventually went to Vietnam, where he previously lived, to meet and help gather documents for his visa. They broke up when she learned he had been trying to rekindle his relationship with his son's mother at the same time they began talking. Though they were angry with each other at the end of the season, they later married and live in the United States with their daughter, born in 2020. [24]
Olulowo "Lowo" Shodipe, 28
Lagos, Nigeria
Matt & Alla Matt Ryan, 43
Williamstown, Kentucky
Matt and Alla met on a dating website several years before but lost touch after Matt married his third wife. They reconnected after both going through a divorce. Alla was overwhelmed by Matt's friends and family and was encouraged to scale back on her dream wedding. They eventually married. The couple have a daughter, born 2020, and a son, born 2022.
Alla Fedoruk, 30
Kyiv, Ukraine
Chantel & Pedro CeAir "Chantel" Everett, 25
Atlanta, Georgia
Chantel and Pedro met when she visited the Dominican Republic and were introduced by a Spanish teacher. She visited him often; after he proposed, she worried her family would think he was marrying her for a green card, so she told her parents he was on a student travel visa. They married in both the United States and in the Dominican Republic, though their second wedding saw significant conflict. Pedro's family expected him to send them money now that he lived in the US, so Pedro and Chantel lived modestly. Both families struggled with cultural differences. In 2019, The Family Chantel began airing on TLC. In 2022, it was confirmed they had filed for divorce. [25]
Pedro Jimeno, 24
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Season 5[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Elizabeth & Andrei Elizabeth Potthast, 27
Tampa, Florida
The couple met when Elizabeth visited Dublin, where Andrei lived. Her family expressed concerns about him being too controlling and her father refused to financially support them. They married earlier than planned so Andrei could begin working. They fought when Elizabeth and her sisters went to Miami for her bachelorette party and went clubbing against Andrei's wishes. The couple's first child was born in 2019 and they announced in 2022 that they are expecting their second.
Andrei Castravet, 31
Chisinau, Moldova
Evelyn & David Evelyn Cormier, 18
Claremont, New Hampshire
The couple met after David saw Evelyn's band's Facebook page and contacted her. They are both from religious Christian families and David refused to discuss sex with Evelyn on camera. They struggled with her refusal to compromise on their wedding and he objected to living in a small town. Despite this, they married and lived in her hometown of Claremont. Evelyn reached the Top 14 of American Idol in 2019 and the couple moved to Los Angeles. In 2021, they announced they are no longer together.
David Vázquez Zermeño, 27
Granada, Spain
Molly & Luis Molly Hopkins, 41
Woodstock, Georgia
Molly and Luis met when she and her friends visited the bar he worked at while on a trip to the Dominican Republic. Molly's oldest daughter was opposed to Luis moving in with them and Molly's father questioned his intentions. He did not get along with either of Molly's daughters and was uninterested in being a stepfather. He was generally bored and unsatisfied with life in Georgia and he and Molly argued about his disinterest in wedding planning and about him asking Molly's daughter about her sex life. Luis left Molly but later returned for the final episode. Six months after their wedding, Molly filed for divorce. Luis accused her of being emotionally and physically abusive during their short marriage. [26][27]
Luis Mendez, 26
Dominican Republic
David & Annie David Toborowsky, 48
Louisville, Kentucky
David and Annie met in a bar while he was living in Thailand. David had no money and relied on financial support from his best friend, former football player Chris Thieneman, who sponsored Annie's visa and gave David enough money to pay Annie's parents a bride price. In the United States, they lived with Chris and his wife in Los Angeles until she, frustrated with her husband's financial support of David, asked them to return to Louisville. David's children reacted negatively to the relationship. Despite David's past infidelity, drinking problems, and unemployment, they married. As of 2022, they live in Fountain Hills, Arizona.
Annie Suwan, 24
Bueng Kan, Thailand
Josh & Aika Josh Batterson, 43
Mesa, Arizona
Josh and Aika met on a dating app and became engaged when Josh went to the Philippines to meet her. While Aika enjoyed living in the United States, she and Josh faced conflict when he pressured her to pursue modeling and she pushed for him to reverse the vasectomy he had gotten after having two children with his first wife. They married in Las Vegas. [28]
Aika, 36
Quezon City, Philippines
Nicole & Azan Nicole Nafziger, 23
Bradenton, Florida
Nicole and Azan originally appeared in season 4. Nicole's father and stepmother agreed to co-sponsor Azan's visa. Nicole flew to Morocco with her two-and-a-half-year old daughter to visit Azan. The couple continued to argue about lifestyle differences and Azan still did not trust Nicole after she cheated on him previously. Azan was unemployed and had received about $6,000 from Nicole, who said she did not mind helping him and preferred he be available to talk over the phone than be busy working. During the reunion episode, Nicole was unable to get in contact with Azan; it was later revealed he had been arrested for unrelated reasons. In March 2020, Nicole flew to Morocco to visit Azan but was stuck there for five months due to travel bans stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, she confirmed they had split. [29]
Azan Tefou, 25
Agadir, Morocco

Season 6[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Ashley & Jay Ashley Martson, 31
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
Ashley and Jay met while she was staying at a resort in Jamaica for a friend's wedding. They stayed in touch on social media after her trip and he proposed when she returned to visit six months later. They initially planned to marry in Pennsylvania but due to racist comments on their wedding website, they married in Las Vegas instead. When they returned, Ashley found Jay had an active Tinder account and filed for divorce in 2019. Though they reconciled and got back together, they separated in 2020 and finalized their divorce in 2021. [30][31]
Jay Smith, 20
Port Maria, Jamaica
Colt & Larissa Colt Johnson, 33
Las Vegas, Nevada
Colt and Larissa met on a dating website. He flew to Mexico to spend five days with her, then flew to Rio de Janeiro to spend six more days together. He proposed after 11 days. She moved with him to Las Vegas and they married during the summer of 2018. In 2019, Larissa was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and Colt subsequently filed for divorce. [31][32]
Larissa dos Santos Lima, 31
Minas Gerais, Brazil
Jonathan & Fernanda Jonathan Rivera, 32
Lumberton, North Carolina
Jonathan and Fernanda met while he was vacationing in Mexico. They married in May 2018. In January 2019, they announced they had not spoken since December 2018. In March, Jonathan announced he had cancelled her green card paperwork. Their divorce was finalized in 2020. [33][31]
Fernanda Flores, 19
Celaya, Mexico
Kalani & Asuelu Kalani Faagata, 30
Orange County, California
Kalani and Asuelu met while she was staying at the resort in Samoa, where her dad is from, where Asuelu worked. Though she had remained celibate in line with her Mormon faith, Kalani became pregnant during her trip and gave birth to their first son in January 2018. They married in September 2018. The couple welcomed their second son in May 2019. [34][35][31]
Asuelu Pulaa, 23
Samoa
Eric & Leida Eric Rosenbrook, 40
Baraboo, Wisconsin
Eric and Leida met on an international dating website. She moved to Wisconsin to live with him, leaving his parents to question why she would give up her lifestyle when she claimed to be from a wealthy family. She also said she was a medical school graduate, an actress, a model, and a teacher. They married in 2018. In one episode, she kicked Eric's teenage daughter out of the house. In 2019, police were called to their home to investigate accusations of domestic abuse. Leida accused Eric of pulling her hair during a fight after she threatened that she was going to kill herself with a knife. In 2019, Leida was granted a four-year restraining order against Eric's daughter. As of July 2022, Eric and Leida are still together. [36][37][38][39]
Leida Margaretha Cohen, 29
Jakarta, Indonesia
Steven & Olga Steven Frend, 20
Bowie, Maryland
Steven and Olga met while Olga was staying in Ocean City, Maryland for the summer. After a few months of dating, she became pregnant. Steven traveled to Russia for the birth of their son. They married in August 2019. Steven and Olga separated after one year of marriage but later reconciled. They moved from Maryland to Brooklyn, New York and announced that they were expecting their second child. [31][40][41]
Olga Koshimbetova, 20
Voronezh, Russia

Season 7[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Emily & Sasha Emily Larina, 29
Portland, Oregon
Emily and Sasha met after she moved to Russia to teach English and joined a gym where he worked as a personal trainer. Though he was still married when they met, Sasha and Emily maintained that they did not begin a relationship until after he was separated from his ex-wife. Emily became pregnant and their son, Sasha's third, was born in November 2018. When they moved to the United States, Emily's sister was vocal about her distrust of Sasha, particularly as he continued to comment on Emily's baby weight. Regardless, they married. Emily, Sasha, and their son moved back to Moscow. In early 2020, they returned to the United States so Sasha could meet her parents but wound up staying for longer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They have elected to stay in the US, citing the unrest in Russia, but plan on returning so Sasha can be close to his other sons. [42][43][44][45]
Alexander "Sasha" Larin, 32
Moscow, Russia
Anna & Mursel Anna Campisi, 38
Bellevue, Nebraska
Anna and Mursel met via social media and began dating despite the language barrier. He proposed four months after she visited him in Turkey. He continued to keep her three children a secret from his family since he knew they would disapprove of her choice to have them out of wedlock. Anna eventually told him she could not marry him until he was honest with them. When he told them, they wanted him to return to Turkey. He did but returned to marry Anna within the 90 day limit. They welcomed a son in April 2022 via surrogate. [46]
Mursel Mistanoglu, 38
Antalya, Turkey
Michael and Juliana Michael Jessen, 42
Greenwich, Connecticut
Michael and Juliana met at a yacht party in Croatia and immediately connected. Juliana's tourist visa to the United States was denied; this only strengthened Michael's feelings about spending their life together and he sponsored her K-1 visa. His family was concerned that Juliana was using Michael to start a new life in the US, especially because she had only seen the exciting, jetsetting part of his life. Michael's ex-wife and Juliana eventually became friends and she officiated their wedding. Michael and Juliana separated in 2021.
Juliana Custodio, 23
Goiania, Brazil
Tania & Syngin Tania Maduro, 29
Colchester, Connecticut
Tania and Syngin met when she flew to South Africa to meet a man she connected with on a dating app; when the date didn't work out, she flirted with the bartender, Syngin. Tania stayed in South Africa with him for four and a half months before the couple moved to the United States. While living together in her mother's shed, they realized how different they are and questioned their future together. Tensions grew when Tania went on a business trip to Costa Rica for one month out of the allotted three months for the K-1 visa. They later married. Tania and Syngin divorced in 2021. Syngin shared that him not wanting children was what solidified the decision. He later appeared in 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life. [47][42]
Syngin Colchester, 29
Cape Town, South Africa
Robert & Anny Robert Springs, 41
Winter Park, Florida
Robert and Anny met online and talked daily for months before Robert took a cruise that docked in the Dominican Republic. He proposed after spending eight hours with her. Anny was taken aback when she moved to the United States and discovered just how frugally Robert, already the father of five children, lived. Anny and the grandmother of one of Robert's sons did not get along, with Anny even being offered $15,000 to leave Robert and return home. They married regardless. The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, in July 2020. Their son was born in September 2021. In April 2022, Anny shared via social media that their seven-month-old son passed away after going under for heart surgery. [48][42][49]
Anny Francisco, 31
Santiago, Dominican Republic
Blake & Jasmin Blake Abelard, 29
Los Angeles, California
Blake and Jasmin met online and he proposed during his second trip to Finland to visit her. His family were suspicious of her since Jasmin's sister lived near the Abelard family on a green card and they suspected she might have been pursuing the relationship to reunite with her sister. Blake's parents did not allow the couple to live together until they were married, so Jasmin lived with them while Blake lived with his friends.[50] As of July 2022, the couple is still together.
Jasmin Lahtinen, 27
Helsinki, Finland
Mike & Natalie Mike Youngquist, 34
Sequim, Washington
Mike and Natalie met when they were asked by mutual friends to serve as godparents. After chatting online for a while, Mike visited Natalie in Ukraine; he later proposed to her in front of the Eiffel Tower. When Natalie's visa was delayed, the couple stayed in Kyiv, where they discovered that they had opposing views on a number of important issues. They were still on shaky ground when they were able to move to Mike's hometown of Sequim, Washington, where they started couple's counseling. Mike and Natalie appeared again in season 8. [51][52][53]
Natalie Mordovtseva, 35
Kyiv, Ukraine
Angela & Michael Angela Deem, 53
Hazlehurst, Georgia
Angela and Michael originally appeared in seasons 2 and 3 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. After breaking up at the end of season 2, they reconciled during season 3. They continued to argue despite this. When Michael's visa was denied, Angela flew to Nigeria but returned to the United States after facing pressure to marry while in Nigeria. Angela decided to re-apply for a spousal visa and they married in January 2020 in Nigeria. Angela and Michael will appear on season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? in August 2022. [54][55]
Michael Ilesanmi, 31
Lagos, Nigeria

Season 8[edit]

Couple Individuals Story Outcome Ref
Andrew & Amira Andrew Kenton, 32
Roseville, California
Andrew and Amira met on a dating website and he proposed during one of her visits to the United States. Amira received her K-1 visa in early 2020 but the COVID-19 pandemic complicated travel between France and the US. The couple planned to meet in Mexico in March 2020 to quarantine before returning to northern California to marry but Amira was detained in Mexico for three days and deported. They later decided to meet in Serbia to quarantine. While there, they argued about having children. He later sent her a text message telling her he had booked two plane tickets for her, one to France and one to the United States. Amira chose to return to France. [56]
Amira Lollyosa, 28
Saumur, France
Brandon & Julia Brandon Gibbs, 27
Dinwiddie, Virginia
Brandon and Julia met online and talked for a while before agreeing to meet in Iceland, where he proposed. She accepted and they moved to live with Brandon's conservative parents on their farm in Virginia. They married in April 2020. They are still married as of 2022. [57]
Julia Trubkina, 26
Krasnodar, Russia
Jovi & Yara Jovi Dufren, 29
Larose, Louisiana
Jovi and Yara met on a dating app while travelling; what was intended to be a one night stand turned into a relationship where they would meet and travel together. During one of their trips, Yara became pregnant and Jovi proposed. Yara miscarried before arriving in New Orleans and the couple lived together in the Warehouse District. Jovi's family was suspicious of Yara and made xenophobic remarks about her using Jovi for citizenship. Yara became pregnant again and they married in Las Vegas in February 2020. Their daughter was born in September 2020. They are still married as of 2022. [58]
Yara Zaya, 25
Kyiv, Ukraine
Mike & Natalie Mike Youngquist, 35
Sequim, Washington
Season 7 ended with Mike and Natalie breaking up. In season 8, they fought and showed no intention of marrying, but agreed to a date when Mike's mother came to visit. On the morning of their wedding in April 2020, three days before her visa expired, Mike called off the ceremony. She attempted to go to Seattle to fly back to Ukraine with a plane ticket Mike paid for but ended up returning to the house. They later married. They have since separated. [59]
Natalie Mordovtseva, 35
Kyiv, Ukraine
Rebecca & Zied Rebecca Parott, 49
Woodstock, Georgia
Rebecca and Zied met on Facebook and first appeared on season 3 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days when Rebecca traveled to Tunisia to meet Zied. In season 8 of 90 Day Fiancé, Zied was granted his visa and moved to Georgia, where he received an unfriendly welcome from Rebecca's friends and family, including her adult daughter. They married in April 2020 despite Zied not wanting to marry before Ramadan. They appeared in 90 Day Diaries season 4. [60][61]
Zied Hakimi, 27
Tunis, Tunisia
Stephanie & Ryan Stephanie Davison, 52
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Stephanie and Ryan met while she was vacationing in Belize and stayed in touch. She visited Ryan several times afterwards. During one of her trips to Belize, Stephanie discovered that Ryan was speaking to several women and she had sex with Ryan's cousin to get back at him after the ensuing fight. They reconciled and agreed to several additional visits before applying for the visa. The process was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic and neither were able to visit each other. They eventually broke up and she pursued a romance with his cousin instead. In 2021, Stephanie revealed that she and Ryan had broken up well before the end of filming and that the storyline with his cousin was fabricated to keep her story going. She also admitted to going on the show to drum up more business for her medspas. [62]
Ryan Carr, 27
Ladyville, Belize
Tarik & Hazel Tarik Myers, 46
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Tarik and Hazel met on an international dating site. After three months in a long-distance relationship, Tarik flew to the Philippines to meet Hazel. This, along with the subsequent proposal, were documented on season 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. Hazel moved to the United States to live with Tarik and his daughter and planned to later bring her son to the US. They married in June 2020. Tarik and Hazel separated in 2021 but reconciled in 2022. They are still working on bringing her son to the US. [63]
Hazel Cagalitan, 28
Quezon City, Philippines.

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
16January 12, 2014 (2014-01-12)February 23, 2014 (2014-02-23)
212October 19, 2014 (2014-10-19)December 28, 2014 (2014-12-28)
312October 11, 2015 (2015-10-11)December 6, 2015 (2015-12-06)
414September 11, 2016 (2016-09-11)November 20, 2016 (2016-11-20)
513October 8, 2017 (2017-10-08)December 18, 2017 (2017-12-18)
613October 21, 2018 (2018-10-21)January 13, 2019 (2019-01-13)
715November 3, 2019 (2019-11-03)February 17, 2020 (2020-02-17)
811December 6, 2020 (2020-12-06)February 21,  2021 (2021-02-21)
9TBAApril 17, 2022 (2022-04-17)TBA

Spin-offs[edit]

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?[edit]

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? is a documentary series on TLC and a spin-off of 90 Day Fiancé. The series was announced in August 2016 and follows six couples from previous seasons of 90 Day Fiancé, documenting their relationships post-marriage. The series debuted on September 11, 2016, following the premiere of season 4 of 90 Day Fiancé. The first season concluded in November 2016 with a two-part "Tell All" special and an announcement that they had been renewed for season 2, which premiered on June 25, 2017.[64] The third season premiered on May 20, 2018; season 4 premiered on April 28, 2019; season 5 premiered on June 14, 2020; and season 6 premiered on April 25, 2021.[65] Season 7 is set to premiere on August 28, 2022.

Couples Original Series Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Russ & Paola
90 Day Fiancé Season 1 Main
Brett & Daya
90 Day Fiancé Season 2 Main
Danielle & Mohamed
Main
Melanie & Devar
90 Day Fiancé Season 3 Main
Kyle & Noon
Main
Loren & Alexei
Main
Jorge & Anfisa
90 Day Fiancé Season 4 Main
Chantel & Pedro
Main
Molly & Luis
90 Day Fiancé Season 5 Main
David & Annie
Main
Nicole & Azan
Main
Elizabeth & Andrei
Main
Ashley & Jay
90 Day Fiancé Season 6 Main
Colt & Larissa
Main
Kalani & Asuelu
Main
Paul & Karine
Before the 90 Days Main
Tania & Syngin
90 Day Fiancé Season 7 Main
Angela & Michael
Main
Tiffany & Ronald
The Other Way Main
Brandon & Julia
90 Day Fiancé Season 8 Main
Mike & Natalie
Main
Jovi & Yara
Main
Ed & Liz
Main
Kim & Usman
Main
Sumit & Jenny
The Other Way Main

90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days[edit]

In November 2016, TLC announced a second spin-off series titled 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which premiered on August 6, 2017. It chronicles the stories of couples whose relationships started online meeting in person for the first time.[64][66][67] The second season premiered on August 5, 2018; season 3 on August 4, 2019; season 4 on February 23, 2020; and season 5 on December 12, 2021. Casting for season 6 had already begun by the end of season 5 despite the show not yet being renewed.[68][69][70]

Name Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Patrick & Myriam
Nevada + France
Main
Cortney & Antonio
Florida + Spain
Main
Sean & Abby
Ohio + Haiti
Main
Larry & Jenny
Main
Darcey & Jesse
Connecticut + Netherlands
Main
Paul & Karine
Kentucky + Brazil
Main
Tarik & Hazel
Virginia + Philippines
Main
Marta & Daya
Wisconsin + Algeria
Main
Rachel & Jon
New Mexico + England
Main
Ricky & Ximena
Ohio + Colombia
Main
Angela & Michael
Georgia + Nigeria
Main
Benjamin & Akinyi
Arizona + Kenya
Main
Avery & Omar
Ohio + Syria
Main
Rebecca & Zied
Georgia + Tunisia
Main
Timothy & Jeniffer
North Carolina + Colombia
Main
Caesar & Maria
North Carolina + Ukraine
Main
Main
Ed & Rosemarie
California + Philippines
Main
Stephanie & Erika
New York + Australia
Main
Avery & Ash
Washington + Australia
Main
Yolanda & Williams
Nevada
Main
Lisa & Usman
Pennsylvania + Nigeria
Main
David & Lana
Nevada + Ukraine
Main
Geoffrey & Varya
Tennessee + Russia
Main
Kim & Usman
California + Nigeria
Main
Gino & Jasmine
Michigan + Panama
Main
Memphis & Hamza
Michigan + Tunisia
Main
Caleb & Alina
Arizona + Russia
Main
Mike & Ximena
New York + Colombia
Main
Ella & Johnny
Idaho + China
Main
Ben & Mahogany
Michigan + Peru
Main

90 Day Fiancé: What Now?[edit]

In March 2017, TLC announced a spin-off series, 90 Day Fiancé: What Now?, available only on TLCgo.[66] Updates about 90 Day alumni were initially released online on July 30, 2017, then combined into episodes and aired in a two-part special on September 17 and 24. The 2018 edition was also first uploaded online and this time was a three-part special over July 15, 22, and 29. Unlike the previous two seasons, season 3 contained five full episodes.[71] The fourth season was made up of seven episodes, which were released between April and June 2020. As of August 2, 2022, the show has not been cancelled or renewed.

Couples Original Series Seasons
1 2 3 4
Kyle & Noon
90 Day Fiance Season 3 Main
Narkyia & Olulowo
90 Day Fiance Season 4 Main
Matt & Alla
Main
Josh & Aleksandra
90 Day Fiance Season 3 Main
Melanie & Devar
Main
Alan & Kirlyam
90 Day Fiance Season 1 Main
Danielle & Mohamed
90 Day Fiance Season 2 Main
Elizabeth & Andrei
90 Day Fiance Season 5 Main
Josh & Aika
Main
Patrick & Myriam
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 1 Main
Cortney & Antonio
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 1 Main
Beth & Danielle
Main
Jonathan & Fernanda
90 Day Fiance Season 6 Main
Kalani & Asuelu
Main
Dean & Tarik
90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk Season 1 Main
Molly & Cynthia
Main
Tarik & Hazel
90 Day Fiance Season 8 Main
Larry & Jenny
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 1 Main
David & Annie
90 Day Fiance Season 5 Main
Loren & Alexei
90 Day Fiance Season 3 Main
Rachel & John
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 2 Main
Avery & Omar
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 3 Main
Jesse
90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days: Season 2 Main
Tiffany & Ronald
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way Main
Steven & Olga
90 Day Fiance Season 6 Main
Laura & Aladin
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Season 1 Main
Corey & Evelin
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way Main
Robert & Anny
90 Day Fiance Season 7 Main
Rebecca & Zied
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 3 Main

90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way[edit]

90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way was announced in May 2019 and aired on June 3. The spin-off is dedicated to couples where the American partner marries their partner abroad and moves to their country.[72]

Couples Seasons
1 2 3
Sumit & Jenny
India + California
Main
Aladin & Laura
Qatar + Florida
Main
Ronald & Tiffany
South Africa + Maryland
Main
Evelin & Corey
Ecuador + Washington
Main Main
Karine & Paul
Brazil + Kentucky
Main
Jihoon & Deavan
South Korea + Utah
Main
Yazan & Brittany
Jordan + Florida
Main
Melyza & Tim
Colombia + Texas
Main
Armando & Kenneth
Mexico + Florida
Main
Biniyam & Ariela
Ethiopia + New Jersey
Main
Alina & Steven
Russia + Utah
Main
Victor & Ellie
Colombia + Washington
Main

Other spin-offs[edit]

In addition to those above, 90 Day Fiancé has a number of spinoffs:

  • Pillow Talk - Announced in April 2019, 90 Day Fiancé: Pillow Talk is a 90 Day alumni reaction show[73][74]
  • The Family Chantel - This spinoff follows Chantel and Pedro from season 4 as they navigate marriage.[75][76][70][77]
  • Just Landed - This online-only series highlights the first 24 hours after the couple arrives in the United States.[78]
  • Self-Quarantined - Started in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Self-Quarantined was a 5-episode limited series following the format of 90 Day Fiancé but with couples filming themselves rather than being filmed by a camera crew.[79][80]
  • B90 Strikes Back! - This spinoff premiered on June 22, 2020 and focuses on Before the 90 Days alumni responding to viewers' critiques and questions.[81]
  • Darcey & Stacey - Twin sisters Stacey and Darcey Silva navigate their respective relationships. Season 3 aired in early 2022.[82]
  • HEA Strikes Back! - Happily Ever After alumni and their families watch the episodes, look at social media, and discuss.[76]
  • 90 Day Bares All - A talk-show style program featuring uncensored interviews with 90 Day alumni and bonus footage from their seasons. It premiered on January 4, 2021 on discovery+.[83][84]
  • 90 Day Diaries - 90 Day alumni film their day-to-day lives without a camera crew.[85]
  • The Other Way Strikes Back! - Like B90 Strikes Back! and HEA Strikes Back!, this spinoff shows The Other Way cast responding to questions and criticism.
  • 90 Day Journey - This spinoff focuses on a fan favorite couple and documents their story from the start.[86]
  • 90 Day: The Single Life - Former cast members whose relationships ended during or after the show start dating again.[87]
  • 90 Day: The Single Life: Pillow Talk - A companion series to The Single Life that follows the same premise as Pillow Talk.[88]

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