90 Day Fiance continues to dominate reality TV as it expands its franchise even more. The hit TLC series gets the green light for three new spinoffs on the upcoming streaming service Discovery+. So who’s joining the brand new programs?
90 Day Fiance Spinoffs Get Picked up by Another Channel
Just when viewers thought they have enough of 90 Day Fiance already, here comes three more spinoffs. However, this time, the new series will not be included in TLC’s lineup. It has been confirmed that they will be part of Discovery+, a brand new streaming platform from Discovery. It’s the same company that owns TLC.
Fans can expect to see a “completely uncensored” Tell-All-like episodes in 90 Day Fiance Bares All. Shaun Robinson will reprise her role as host. As for those who like a particular couple, they can relive their journey from day one up to the present in 90 Day Journey.
90 Day Fiance Diaries, on the other hand, follows a closely similar format to Self Quarantined. Lastly, Discovery+ picks up The Other Way Strikes Back, a reaction-based spinoff from the show’s cast.
Cast Members Flocking to CA – Is It for New Shows?
Not much has been revealed about who exactly is joining the shows. But several cast flew to Culver City, California, where the new studio is located. This sparked speculations that they are filming for the series.
Robert Springs from Happily Ever After shared a photo of himself in the streets of L.A. However, there’s no sign of Anny nor Bryson. Other TLC celebs spotted in the area were Molly Hopkins and Fernanda Flores.
Meanwhile, Tarik Myers and Hazel Cagalitan will be on 90 Day Journey. Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi, as well as Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet, will also take part in the show. Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester will be part of 90 Day Fiance Diaries. Paola Mayfield and Russ Mayfield, on the other hand, are part of promotional materials for Discovery+. It remains unclear which spinoff they will join.
90 Day Fiance Fans Divided by Big Move
The expansion of 90 Day Fiance drew mixed opinions from viewers. While some find it a smart move, others feel there are way too many spinoffs already. Some think the content tends to be repetitive and it’s starting to get boring.
Others noted that some of the storylines from previous seasons appeared scripted, similar to what other TLC stars claimed. There were also some who find the $4.99 to $6.99 monthly subscription fee ridiculous. Discovery+ will make its debut on January 4, 2021.
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