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TLC to share realities of cross-border romance with ’90-Day Fiancé’
MUMBAI: Lifestyle channel TLC is all set to present a brand new series titled ’90-Day Fiancé’ that will offer a look into the world of international dating and matrimony.
Using a unique 90-day fiancé visa (K-1 visa), four women will travel to the US to live with their overseas fiancés for the first time. The couples must marry before their visas expire in 90 days, or the visiting fiancées have to return home.
In the show, the women will have to overcome language barriers, culture shock and sceptical friends and family, all with a clock that starts the moment they step foot in the US. Rolling the dice on a cross-border romance, the series will discover whether these foreign brides-to-be can find their happily ever after in America.
Kicking off on 9 July, the show will air every Wednesday at 10 pm on TLC.
Discovery South Asia executive VP, GM and head of revenue, pan-regional ad sales and Southeast Asia Rahul Johri said, “TLC continues to expand the lifestyle definition and bring exciting series. ’90-Day Fiancé’ is an interesting series that will bring alive love, drama and anxiety that goes into choosing a life partner all in 90 days.”
The show will follow the lives of four engaged couples. The four women in the series are from Colombia, Brazil, Russia and the Philippines. The series exposes the couple’s dynamic, their trust, their fears and insecurities, and puts their relationship to the ultimate test to see if love truly can conquer all and triumph over the difficulties of a new culture, a new lifestyle, and most importantly, a new person—all within the 90-day deadline imposed on them by the immigration department.
The stakes are high as these couples will be forced to make a life-altering decision—get married or send their international partner home.