New “90 Day Fiance” Spin-Off Will Catch Up With Show’s Most Memorable Couples

"I may not have the man, but at least I got the spin-off!"
“I may not have the man, but at least I got the spin-off!”

By Holly

90 Day Fiancé has proven to be a big hit for TLC, and now the network is hoping to cash in on the reality show’s popularity by introducing a spin-off show!

TLC announced at its “Upfronts” presentation on March 31 that it will be soon introducing 90 Day Fiancé: After the 90 Days, which will catch viewers up with some of the most memorable couples from the show’s past seasons.

The network said the new show will follow the couples as they face the next chapter in their lives—married life.

“The panicked countdown to the altar may be behind them, but the true drama is just starting to unravel as these newlyweds face life’s challenges with someone they barely know,” the network said in a press release that described the new show’s premise.

“At TLC, we want to give our viewers more of what they love, and more of what we do best- we tell stories of big, fascinating characters and we tell them without judgment,” said Nancy Daniels, President of TLC & Discovery Life.

The network did not release the names of the couples that will be starring on ‘After the 90 Days,’ but according to an inside source for Starcasm, the cast will likely include Alan and Kirlyam and Russ and Paola of Season 1, as well as Chelsea and Yamir and Danielle and Mohamed, from Season 2.

We’re still holding out hope that some of the Season 3 couples are included in the spin-off show, particularly Mark and Nikki (the 56-year-old man and his teenage bride), and Melanie and Devar (the nurse and the lifeguard).

We know it’s not all roses and butterflies for at least one couple from the show, however. Mohamed has mentioned on Facebook that, since appearing on the show, he has left Danielle and plans to move back to his native Tunisia. However, Danielle isn’t giving up on him. She frequently rants on her Facebook page about her relationship with Mohamed, and how she feels appearing on ’90 Day Fiance’ ruined her marriage.

“We never had these issues till we did show and we let rumors, lies and people get into our marriage and life,” she posted on her public Facebook page in February.

’90 Day Fiance’ fans can also look forward to meeting new geographically challenged lovers! TLC just announced that it is currently casting for a fourth season of the show.

(Photo: TLC)



  1. Yes, of course, the show and social media ruined Danielle’s marriage. It wasn’t that an unsuitable younger man came here for a green card, or that a needy middle-aged woman with financial and emotional issues was blind to the realities of the situation. That could never happen.

  2. i’d like to see the russian girl, alexsandra, from season 3 and her mormon guy josh. love to watch her assimilate and learn about mormonism etc. can’t stand to watch mark for any reason, hopefully nikki left him lol

    1. Lol, i was being sarcastic about Mark and Nikki.( I hope she left him too), but I would rather see their story than Danielle’s. At least Nikkei is likable.

      1. i do love nikki lol, love the faces she’d make, and how she smacked her hand on the window after he told her not to. didn’t watch the first season so not sure bout that cast, but i like the other russian girl from season 2 kirylam and her guy cuz they seemed very genuine. wouldn’t mind seeing what happens with paola too, i think she’s gonna make that guy regret her lol

  3. I agree, I am hoping the rumor is wrong and they are not in the new show.If Danielle feels the show ruined her marriage,Why would she even agree to do a spin off? It just proves the show and editing had nothing to do with it,like she claims. Nikki and Mark would even be better to watch than them two.

  4. A show I never knew I needed! Danielle and Mohamed will definitely make the show amazingly cringeworthy.

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