Welcome to the World of 90 Day Fiancé: Your Next Binge-Worthy Show

If you’re anything like me, you live for reality TV like Love Island or The Bachelor - but my all-time favorite is 90 Day Fiancé. If you’re not familiar with the show, it follows engaged couples during their K-1 visa process, which allows US citizens to bring their foreign fiancés to the United States for 90 days. Within that time, they have to get married or the person has to return to their home country. Get ready for plenty of cringe-worthy moments and dramatic fights.

This show includes some of the things that make the best reality TV storylines: online dating, catfishing, significant age differences, cheating, and the occasional happy ending - you name it, this show has it. Many of the couples begin their relationships online, so we get to see their first in-person meeting, which is usually full of awkward yet highly entertaining moments.

Watching people on the show make decisions can sometimes make you want to scream at your TV, and you’ll wonder how on earth they can ignore or completely miss so many red flags. But this the thing is what will make you want to keep watching episode after episode with the hope that at least one couple will make it. And the drama on the show isn’t just restricted to the couples themselves - it goes on to include the family members telling the person that they’re making ridiculous choices. The beautiful thing is that they're so consumed in their love stories that they absolutely cannot think in any critical or responsible way. It’s an absolutely perfect reality TV setup.

One of my favorite things about the 90 Day Fiancé universe is the endless number of episodes to watch, including spin-off series like Before the 90 Days and Happily Ever After. There’s even a series with couples from previous seasons watching and reacting to the current season. It’s safe to say that I’m not alone in being totally wrapped up and obsessed with this show. You can get caught up on previous seasons on TLC’s website or Hulu - but don’t say I didn’t warn you about getting addicted.