90 Day Fiance: The Other Way is the fourth spin-off from the original show and this time we’ll get to see what it’s like to leave the U.S. and move to another country. The new series will document the lives of Americans who head overseas to live with their foreign-born significant others.
At TCA, series EP and CEO of Sharp Entertainment Matt Sharp announced the newest 90 Day Fiance spinoff. He explained that the premise is to examine the lives of those show participants who choose to give up their own lifestyle in the U.S. and head overseas in hopes of working out a relationship in other countries.
“There have been little bits of this in other shows,” Sharp explained and certainly, there have been a few people who are still filming 90 Day Fiance and have headed to other countries.
Two that come to mind are Nicole Nafziger who went to Morocco for her man, Azan Tefou, and David Toborowsky who recently admitted that he can’t wait to get back to Asia after spending time in Thailand with his wife, Annie Suwan.
After fielding questions about current immigration concerns, Sharp explained that 90 Day Fiance seeks out couples who are already in the immigration process and don’t interfere with that at all. He insisted that the couples are authentic and because of that, the divorce rate on the show is lower than the national average.
The latest 90 Day Fiance spinoff will allow viewers to get a better view of what happens when an American moves out of the country to pursue love.
The premiere date for 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way has not yet been announced.