90 Day Fiance: What Now?’s Season 4 premiere and the ten 90 Day Fiance franchise couples — plus Darcey Silva’s ex-boyfriend Jesse Meester — viewers will receive updates on have been announced by TLC.
TLC will begin releasing short-form episodes of the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? weekly on network’s TLC GO streaming service on Sunday, February 23.
Then, as the network has did with the third season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? last year, the short-form episodes will be re-edited into traditional broadcast-length episodes that will air Mondays at 9PM ET/PT on TLC’s cable network beginning April 20.
TLC has confirmed to Reality TV World that, similar to Season 3’s structure, the short-form 90 Day Fiance: What Now? Season 4 episodes released on TLC GO each week will only feature one or two couples.
90 Day Fiance: What Now?’s TLC GO premiere means that hard-core 90 Day Fiance viewers will be able to watch the season premieres of two new 90 Day Fiance franchise shows this coming weekend, as 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days’ fourth season will also debut on TLC on Sunday, February 23.
The couples who will be featured in the new season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? starred on previous seasons of 90 Day Fiance, 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days, 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, or 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.
Two of the ten couples appeared on the initial season of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way which aired on TLC last summer, and the eight remaining couples are evenly split between 90 Day Fiance and 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days alums.
Laura Jallali and Aladin Jallali and Corey Rathgeber and Evelin Villegas are the two 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way couples appearing on 90 Day Fiance: What Now?’s fourth season.
The four former 90 Day Fiance couples are Loren Goldstone and Alexei Brovarnik from Season 3, David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan from Season 5, Steven Frend and Olga Koshimbetova Season 6, and Robert Springs and Anny from Season 7.
The four former 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days couples are Rachel Bear and Jon Walters from Season 2, Avery Mills and Omar Albakour from Season 3, Tiffany Franco and Ronald Smith from Season 3, and Rebecca Parrot and Zied Hakimi from Season 3.
Robert and Anny had been photographed filming with a camera crew in Florida earlier this month, sparking speculation they could be returning for a future edition of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?, however, it now appears they may have just been filming footage for What Now?.
According to TLC, the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? will show Jesse trying to make a new relationship work, and Loren and Alexei preparing for the birth of their first baby, and Tiffany returning to South Africa with her son Daniel and her newborn to allow Ronald to meet his daughter for the first time.
Loren and Alexei announced they were expecting their first child together in October and currently appear on episodes of 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk, which features 90 Day Fiance alums offering commentary on the franchise’s current seasons. Last month, they revealed they are having a baby boy.
David and Annie also appear on 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk regularly and are currently living in Arizona.
It appears Tiffany and Ronald’s update will be somewhat outdated by the time it airs, as the couple announced they have split last month.
According to Tiffany, she made “a big mistake” with Ronald and he allegedly suffered multiple relapses and “messed up” repeatedly prior to the couple’s break-up.
Steven and Olga’s update will likely feature a marital change, as even though their appearance on 90 Day Fiance’s sixth season ended with the couple still unmarried and Olga alone in Russia with their new child, they are now married and the young family is now together in America.
“30.08.2019 we are officially husband and wife,” Olga captioned an August 2019 Instagram photo that showed the couple posing with their son Alex and a marriage certificate outside a Maryland courthouse.
While they are still living separated by Atlantic Ocean, Rachel and Jon just reunited in England last month.
In December, Jon revealed the married couple had finally submitted his application for a K-3 spousal visa that will allow him to move to America.
Given 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way’s Tell-All special also showed Laura and Aladin confirming they had ended their marriage and bickering harshly, their 90 Day Fiance: What Now? will presumably just be solo updates.
Laura has been living in Ecuador since shortly after the Tell-All special was filmed and regularly documents her life there on social media.
Laura was originally invited to come to Ecuador by Evelin, who felt sympathy for her following her breakup with Aladin. However, as their Instagram followers are aware, the women eventually had a falling out and are now adversaries who have repeatedly sparred on social media.
According to Evelin, Laura’s attempt to spread false rumors about herself and Corey was the final straw for her.
“It’s false what she says about me and what she says about Corey,” she told 90 Day Fiance Instagrammer John Yates in an interview in December.
“We both see that she and this other friend were trying to break us up, and we were like, you know what we’re both stepping away from them both.”
Corey then also threatened legal action against Laura in an Instagram video he posted in January.
“This is for Laura. I have no way of getting in contact with her because she’s blocked me, so I gotta do it this way I guess, sorry guys,” he said. “Anyways, if you say anything about me again — I mean anything at all, publicly — I am pressing charges against you.”
“Like what you’re doing is so messed up and so wrong… you have no right to be saying anything. Stop it with the stories, stop it with all of your nonsense. Bother somebody else if you want to, but don’t pick on me.
“I have done nothing wrong to you. I have only — me and Evelin both have been nothing but nice towards you. I haven’t done anything to you, I don’t know why you’re doing this right now, but you say one more word about me, one more word about Evelin, you’re going to wish you didn’t, I’m serious. Like, I’m taking legal action against you.”
90 Day Fiance: What Now?’s third season was released in April 2019 and provided 90 Day Fiance viewers with updates on eleven couples — including Rachel and Jon. The show also gave updates on recent Season 6 couples Jonathan Rivera and Fernanda Flores and Kalani Faagata and Asuelu Pulaa.
Each 90 Day Fiance: What Now? episode ran anywhere from 6 minutes to 14 minutes in length, not including commercial breaks, and the third season — which was released all at once on a single day — consisted of a total of 21 episodes.