A (Possible) Prostitute, a Pregnancy & Plenty of Tears: TLC Releases the ’90 Day Fiancé’ Season 7 Trailer & Premiere Date

True love, courtesy of TLC-funded travel accommodations.

A new crop of couples hoping to settle down with their long-distance lovers within the span of 90 days will make their TV debut November 3 when 90 Day Fiancé returns for a seventh season. 

In the TLC-released teaser for the upcoming season, little is revealed about the newest cast of couples, though we are given a few hints as to what struggles the couples will face. 

Among the storylines mentioned, we’re particularly looking forward to learning more about the guy accused of being engaged to a prostitute…

This guy seems like he would play “the dad” in a 1980s comedy movie, no?

and the guy whose fiancé appears to be putting him on the world’s biggest guilt trip by announcing that she’s putting off having kids for him. 

“But no pressure, right?”

Of course, we can also expect to see plenty of tears and drama—aka the”90 Day Fiancé” usual—as well as a pregnancy announcement. 

“Sasha’s the love of my life,” the sperminated cast member tells us. “I know things will be different this time.”

“We’re expecting a spin-off, I mean a baby!”

The female from one of the other couples— which appears to be yet another featuring an older woman and a younger man—tells us she’s not sure what to expect.

“In the next 90 days I’ll either be married…or heartbroken!” she says.

The Season 7 premiere date coincidentally comes just days after it was revealed that TLC is currently casting for a seventh ’90 Day Fiancé’ spin-off—90 Day Fiancé: College Edition. Producers are reportedly looking for couples (specifically students—college/university/graduate) who are in a relationship “in which one partner in the relationship is an international student” studying in the U.S. on a student visa.  

The new season of ’90 Day Fiancé’ premieres November 3 on TLC. Check out the Season 7 trailer below! 

RELATED STORY: TLC Reportedly Casting for Another ’90 Day’ Spin-Off: Get Ready for ’90 Day Fiancé: College Edition!’

(Photos: TLC; Instagram) 

6 Comments

  1. When the show first started, the relationships were real and I used to really enjoy it. With the past few seasons there have been so many obvious scammers, outrageous scandals and aspiring “models” it’s obvious that this show is just another way for wannabe’s to enter into the world of reality tv. Hard pass.


    1. 100%. TLC discovered a gold mine with a relatively cheaply produced show that’s huge ratings because it’s attracted those that just want to be on TV and will make up anything to get there. Hell, we’re still supposed to believe Azan and Nicole are together.

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