There were so many bombs dropped on 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days last night, we all need Paul’s military heat vest to withstand the fallout. DUDE, these peeps be CRAY! But I wouldn’t want it any other way, would you? Before we get to the raging hot mess of Angela and Michael, let’s check in with our other couples.
Newcomers Marta, a single mom of two from Milwaukee, is introduced to us and we learn about her online relationship with expert-selfie taker Daya, from Algeria. These two
very misguided people are a perfect match, according to Daya, except for one small problem: She is Catholic and he is Muslim. And neither of them have any plans to convert. No prob!
Just when we were getting nice and
uncomfortable with our current couples on 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days, two new faces hit our screens! Tonight, we’ll finally be introduced to Marta, a single mom of two from Milwaukee, and her internet “boyfriend” Daya, from Algeria. And the drama that already exists between these two – before they’ve even met each other in person – is already red hot.
It turns out, Marta comes from a Catholic family who take their religion quite seriously, but Daya is a strict Muslim, and has already been pressuring Marta to convert. Marta’s mother is not happy to hear this. Also, “very religious” Marta is an exotic dancer. YUP. Oh, this is gonna be good.
Gather your hairballs, shine up your appreciation rings, and dust off that Filipino Cupid account – this is not a drill! 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days is back for another season of love, heartbreak, and a little scamming thrown in for good measure. And we all get a front seat tonight for the long-awaited premiere!
TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé universe is ever-expanding, but as all loyal viewers of the franchise know, Before The 90 Days became a fan favorite last year in its debut season as it followed love struck Americans abroad to meet the foreigners who hacked their accounts wooed them. In its second season, Before The 90 Days will follow five brand new couples searching for love in other countries, plus catch up with two familiar couples to see how their stories continue to unfold/unravel/unhinge.