90 Day Fiance
“Listen, ’90 Day Fiancee’ is a classic perfect reality show. It has everything you could ever want—and there are so many iterations, you can watch it year-round.”
Let's get married.
Rebecca's shopping cart truly is the star of the season.
"I love watching everybody have problems as long as I ain't in it."
It's not all drama all the time.
Even the spinoffs don't show everything.
BRING ME MY RED BAG WITH MY MAKEUP.
We Need To Talk About Ash's Seminar On "90 Day Fiancé" Because It's The Most Humiliating Moment I've Ever Seen On Reality TV
Actually, he's the worst, actually.
Let's hope you don't have even half the drama as the couples from this season.
It's Time To See If Your Opinions About The Current Season Of "90 Day Fiancé" Are The Same As Everyone Else's
Who creeps you out more, Big Ed or David in the leather trench?
Enough with Big Ed, let's talk about Queen Rose.
David and Lana...whew boy. Spoilers ahead obviously.
Because no other storylines matter this season.
By mixing dating and music drama, The Bachelor's new spinoff series makes for a better show than the increasingly one-dimensional original.
I guess putting a jar of mayonnaise in your hair really works.
More couples, more drama.
Here we are again.
It's your calling.
Do you have what it takes to be married to Coltee?
Here's what some of our favorite 90 Day Fiancé cast members are doing these days.
The ratings for the WE TV reality show — which follows couples who’ve met online after one of them is released from prison — grow nearly every week.
The price you have to pay for watching 90 Day Fiancé, seemingly, is that you have to admit to yourself that you’re a bad person who likes bad things.
Dinner with a side of drama.