TLC‘s 90 Day Fiancé has been an interesting, if not drama-filled, portrayal of international romances. With multiple weddings on the show since its debut in 2014, many fans are left wondering where those couples are now and who is still together.
The series follows several individuals planning to get married to foreign men and women. In the United States, international citizens must apply for a K-1 visa if they’re planning to move to the U.S. and marry an American. The K-1 visa grants them access to the country and gives them 90 days to get married so that they can obtain a green card of American citizenship.
Although many pairs on the show married for love and became fan-favorites, there were others who seemingly had ulterior motives.
Past participants have also spoken out against the show, with some calling it dishonest in its portrayal of foreign fiancés and the entire K-1 visa process. “As a K-1 holder, I am ashamed of what they show on 90 Day Fiancé,” said former alum Cassia Hitch, who married Jason Hitch in season 2.
“They want to make us look bad, making the public believe we won’t get married in the end. They show more fights than love, they want great ratings,” Cassia told The Ashley’s Reality Roundup.
“Being on TV is good because you get paid just to be an idiot, but with the money, come the crazies, the stalkers, the liars,” she added. “I do not think the money is enough for all the stress that being on TV causes.”
On the other hand, executive producer Matt Sharp said they always wanted to keep it real with the show while chatting with Kate Casey on her podcast, “Reality Life with Kate Casey.”
“We always wanted this to be a super-authentic, warts and all, look at love in this amazing world, very raw, the producers we brought in … a lot of them came from the Teen Mom world,” he said. “We wanted to do something that didn’t just show one side of love. We wanted to do a show where … it’s not black and white. We’re not looking for villains or heroes. We’re looking for real people with interesting backgrounds and stories and potentially interesting situations.”
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For example, Loren Brovarnik (née Goldstone) and her husband, Alexei Brovarnik, first appeared in season 3. The couple met while Loren was on a birthright trip to Israel. Even though there was a lot of family drama, including a Bachelorette party that made Alexei almost call off the wedding, the couple tied the knot in the spinoff show, 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Today, they’re still together and have a bouncing baby boy, Shai, whom they welcomed in April 2020.
Check out the gallery below to find out where other 90 Day Fiance couples are now.
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