90 Day Fiance fans were left empty handed after The Other Way ended with no “Tell All.” Fans were confused and upset, but TLC posted on their Instagram stating the couples from The Other Way had a lot to talk about and promised a big announcement was coming our way.
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Now that announcement has been revealed!
TLC has announced that they will be releasing 4 new 90 Day spinoff shows via a new streaming platform called Discovery+.
90 Day Diaries, an “intimate look” into the lives of our favorite couples, will be much like the style of 90 Day: Self Quarantine.
90 Day Bares All, a new show hosted by “Tell All’s” Shaun Robinson. The series will see Shaun interview 90 Day stars from across the years as the literally “bare all” that was too risque for television. We will even get to talk with some producers to share some of what they witnessed behind the scenes. “We are taking everything and, not that they were left on the cutting room floor, these parts are really juicy, but because of the rules, we could not show you there,” Shaun explains. This also appears to be the replacement for the “Tell All.”
The Other Way Strikes Back, a show we’ve already seen come to life through Before the 90 Days and currently Happily Ever After. The series will watch the couples from the latest season rewatch the episodes while seeing the commentary from Pillow Talk and social media.
90 Day Journey is a series that highlights the ultimate collection of popular moments from fan-favorite couples. Each episode will follow a couple from their first appearance on the show and highlight their story along the way. Fans will also be able to get an update on the status of some of the franchises’ most popular couples.
The new streaming platform was announced on December 2nd and is priding itself on having “the largest-ever content offering” of any streaming service. The platform promises over 200 hours of 90 Day Fiance content, having not just the fan-favorite couples and their sweet or scandalous stories but also “game and talk show style formats” as well.
After the announcement was made, some fans are not too happy that they are now being required to pay an additional charge to watch the “Tell All.”
“You guys are so greedy! Now you want us to pay for ‘Tell All’ that’s ridiculous! Not happening here!!” one viewer said.
However, with most networks developing a streaming service, it’s not surprising.
The service will launch on January 4th and cost $5 a month or $7 for ad-free and include shows from networks like HGTV, TLC, Food Network, ID, OWN, Animal Planet, and more.