It’s back, baby! 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way is returning for season 2, and the trailer dropped on Thursday, April 16. In the new batch of episodes, dropping Monday, June 1, some of your favorite TLC stars are returning to tell their love stories. They’re not the only ones taking over your screens, however. The 90 Day Fiancé franchise is also introducing some totally new couples.
In round 2, fan favorites Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee are back. Though the couple may have a son together, not everything is going smoothly in their romance. After the American decides to pack her bags and “move permanently” across the globe so that she, son Taeyang, daughter Drascilla and her man can start their lives as a family of four, they’ll have to face some serious challenges. The first preview alone shows the South Korea native walking out on his family during a dinner — and Deavan is left teary-eyed at the table.
Jenny Slatten is also back with Sumit after viewers saw their relationship blow up in season 1. The revelation that Sumit was already married was hard for Jenny to take — but she’s ready to give him another chance, assuming he’s actually leaving his wife. “Until I see that paperwork that you are actually getting a divorce, I’m gonna be very worried,” she tells him in the trailer.
New couples include Brittany, who’s from Florida, and Yazan, from Jordan. The two met over a video chat and hit it off, but being in love might not be enough to overcome their compatibility issues. The Jordanian hunk is Muslim, and his family is pretty conservative. For her part, the American beauty has no plans to convert, and she seems more than happy to stand out in the Middle Eastern country rather than trying to fit in.
The franchise is also introducing their second gay couple after Stephanie Matto and Erika Owens paved the way in 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. In this installment, the audience is introduced to Kenneth, from Florida, and Armando, from Mexico. The handsome duo met through a support group for gay fathers, but they’re both at very different stages in their life. Kenneth is almost twice Armando’s age — and it won’t be their only obstacle. “I’m just worried about our safety,” the Mexico native says in the trailer. “People [here] are still homophobic.”
Want even more drama? Ariela is picking up her life and moving from Princeton, New Jersey to Ethiopia to be with Biniyam, but she’s in for a rude awakening when she discovers that her new home is nothing like what she’s used to. Tim, from Dallas, Texas, and Melyza, from Columbia, started their relationship stateside, but when he follows her home to her country to show her how committed he is — and that she can trust him — things might just blow up in his face. Ready to tune in? We can’t wait for the June 1 premiere.
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