Looking for lasting love. 90 Day Fiancé has been captivating audiences since its premiere in 2014 — and has more success stories than viewers might think.
The seventh season of this reality series on TLC aired in January 2020. It follows couples who have applied or received K-1 visas. They must get married within 90 day to be allowed to remain in the United States. Many of the couples meet on exotic vacations. Others have chatted for months online with their soon-to be spouses before finally meeting in person.
90 Day FiancéThis popular franchise was a catalyst for the network’s expansion with spinoffs such as 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?, 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 DaysYou can find out more. In April 2020, TLC debuted 90 Day Fiancé: Self-QuarantinedThe following video gives a glimpse at how married couples coped with life in lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
When executive producer Matt Sharp first dreamt up the concept for the reality dating show, he was shocked by how “prevalent” the topic was.
“These were people from all walks of life and all states who started talking to people online and fell in love,” he recalled to GlamourFebruary 2020. “We discovered that once people found [others]They would then propose to each other if they traveled abroad. We found the K-1 visa process to be the most fascinating. … The second they hit U.S. soil, there’s a ticking clock.”
Alon Orstein, senior vice president of development and production at TLC, instantly thought the show was a “perfect” fit for his network.
“It immediately sparked with us,” he told Glamour. “It was authentic. It was not a manufactured reality. These were people who had been connected. They may not know each other well, but they met on their own and they came from different backgrounds, cultures, and religions.”
While several of the couples from the original series haven’t found their happy ending, others have gone on to start families of their own once settled in the United States. In October 2019, LorenAnd Alexei BrovarnikExclusively revealed:, who appeared on Season 3 in 2015. Us WeeklyLoren and her husband were expecting their first child together. At the time, Loren admitted that she felt “excited, terrified, over the moon, nervous and so much more.” Their son, Shai, was born in April 2020.
“Everything happens and doesn’t for a reason,” the couple told Use exclusively of their son’s birth. “We were meant to meet our baby boy earlier! This is the smile and light that we needed, despite everything that is going on with the virus right now. Baby Brov made his grand debut on 4/14/20 at 4:26 p.m. We are so beyond in love with him and even more in love with each other!”
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