90 Day Fiance is an American reality television series on TLC that follows a couple who have applied for or received a K-1 visa, or Visa also known as a fiance visa. Can be submitted for US citizens who want to bring their potential partner to the United States to get married in America.
This 90-Day Fiance is uniquely available for the life of a foreign fiancé with a United States citizen, and therefore they have 90 days to marry each other.
The series debuted on January 12, 2014, and has been running for 9 seasons. The series has sixteen spinoffs or sections including 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, which documents the 90 Day Fiance couple after their wedding;
90 Day Fiance: Before 90 Days, which follows a couple who met online but have not yet started the K-1 visa process; and 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, a series in which an American couple moves to their partner’s home country, not the other way around.
The cast or cast in each season are also different, you will get lots of pictures or just information about being engaged with foreigners for United States citizens.
90-Day Fiance cast
Russ and Paola, Alan and Kirlyam, Louis and Aya, Mike and Aziza
Chelsea and Yamir, Danielle and Mohamed, Justin and Evelin, Brett and Daya, Jason and Cássia, Danny and Amy
Mark and Nikki, Loren and Alexei, Kyle and Noon, Melanie and Devar, Fernando and Carolina, Josh and Aleksandra
Jorge and Anfisa, Nicole and Azan, Narkyia and Olulowo, Matt and Alla, Chantel and Pedro
Elizabeth and Andrei, Evelyn and David, Molly and Luis, David and Annie, Josh and Aika, Nicole and Azan
Ashley and Jay, Colt and Larissa, Jonathan and Fernanda, Kalani and Asuelu, Eric and Leida, Steven and Olga
Emily and Sasha, Anna and Muriel, Michael and Juliana, Tania and Syngin, Robert and Anny, Blake and Jasmin, Mike and Natalie, Angela and Michael
Andrew and Amira, Brandon and Julia, Jovi and Yara, Mike and Natalie, Rebecca and Zied, Stephanie and Ryan, Tarik and Hazel
The Family Chantel is a 90-Day Fiance spin-off for Chantel and Pedro’s relationship, which was in Season 4 of 90-Day Fiance. It centers on the relationship of 90 Day Fiance season four cast members Pedro and Chantel Jimeno and their immediate family.
The series premiered on July 22, 2019  and the second season premiered on October 12, 2020. The show was renewed for a third season, airing in October 2021. On May 27, Pedro filed for divorce from Chantel.
In December 2019, TLC premiered 90 Day Fiance: Just Landed, which highlighted the first 24 hours of the couple’s journey in the United States. It is an online series only. In April 2020, another spinoff, 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, premiered.
This is dedicated to the previous 90 Days Fiance couple who are self-quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic. The series was filmed by the couple themselves instead of the camera crew typically used in reality television.