Just when you thought TLC had finally run out of ideas for new 90 Day Fiance spin-offs, they announce two more, set to premiere in January.
Franchise favorites Loren and Alexei Brovarnik; and David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan are getting their own series.
Kicking off the back-to-back premieres is David & Annie: After the 90 Days, which follows Annie and David as they try to bring Annie’s 14-year-old brother Jordan and 16-year-old cousin Amber to the United States.
During the series, viewers will see David and Annie travel to Annie’s hometown in Thailand, where they will face different obstacles while attempting to gain guardianship of Annie’s family members.
The other new show coming to TLC, Loren & Alexei: After the 90 Days, will show fan-favorite couple Loren and Alexei adjusting to life as a family of four, after welcoming their second son in August.
Throughout the series, viewers will follow along as Loren and Alexei take a babymoon, attend Mommy and Me classes, prepare for the birth of Baby No. 2 , and more.
Fans will also get to see plenty of adorable baby Shai, the couple’s oldest son, born in April 2020.
Howard Lee, President of TLC Streaming and Network Originals commented on the new series in a press statement, noting the couples’ past appearances on Pillow Talk.
“For the past few years, we’ve watched David and Annie and Loren and Alexei fall in love, get married and whisper not-so-sweet nothings on ‘Pillow Talk,’” he said. “As their broods have grown, we are naturally invested in watching these beloved couples tackle their evolving family dynamics.
“Family is everything at TLC and David and Annie and Loren and Alexei are family who will tickle us with all the heart, humor and torment that comes with everyday family life!”
‘David & Annie: After the 90 Days’ premieres Monday, January 10 on TLC, immediately followed by the premiere of ‘Loren & Alexei: After the 90 Days.’
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(Photos: Instagram; TLC)
“Family is everything at TLC”
No, no more bringing people to the U.S. we are over run by all these people coming to the U.S. we will never get out of debt. I wonder if David ever paid back his friend he owes thousands to?
Ugh not David and Annie… Unpopular opinion, but they creep me out. David could be her father and let’s face it, Annie was a prostitute. They claim she was working at a karaoke bar, but in Thailand that’s a front for escorts. I understand Annie did what she had to do to provide for her family but David literally bought her, so let’s not call it love. They creep me out on pillow talk. David seems like a weird horny dad who’s into his daughter and Annie acts like a teen who enjoys teasing an old perv. To each their own I guess, but hard pass on their spin-off.
I think the storyline with Annie’s family members coming to America has the potential to be really interesting.
Sorry, TLC. Your show and 90 day franchise is too scripted and boring now. I would’ve considered this a few years ago, but idgaf at this point.
You mean decent people got signed? No cheating, no drunken arguments? How the hell did TLC approve this???
Nice couples, but what a yawn fest… no thanks.
I totally agree with your opinion. I respect that. I guess I am just tired of the disfunctional stories.