Just when it seemed like 90 Day Fiancé couldn't possibly deliver more content to fans, the franchise is adding four more spinoffs with plenty of tea to spill. This time, however, these shows won't be arriving on TLC, but through a brand new streaming service: Discovery+.

90 Day Fiancé fans can expect a lot of the Discovery+ spinoff material to supplement the experience they already get on television. This includes a couple of spinoffs that will most definitely "spill the tea," and give viewers an unprecedented look into some of the lives of their favorite folks in the franchise.

90 Day Bares All

In what sounds like an unprecedented look behind the scenes, 90 Day Bares All will be a series in which participants meet up with frequent tell-all host Shaun Robinson, and answer questions about the series and speak "completely uncensored." The series is advertised as a companion to 90 Day Fiancé, so it appears this may be the official after-show for the franchise if it takes off.

As for what "uncensored" means, that's currently up for debate. My assumption is that with this being a streaming series, participants can say a lot more without worrying about censorship or being too vulgar for cable television. I would not imagine this will be a platform for the cast to slam the show's producers for unfair edits and things of that nature, though I could be wrong.

90 Day Diaries

This is the pared-down experience of 90 Day Fiancé, similar to what audiences saw with 90 Day Fiancé: Self Quarantined. That is to say, 90 Day Diaries removes the production crew and leaves it on participants to document their lives from their own perspective. The show will apparently feature couples navigating COVID and their relationships, so it's possible some of these cast members have been filming episodes over the past couple of months.

The Other Way: Strikes Back!

Regular viewers of 90 Day Fiancé spinoffs know these shows by now, but for anyone out of the loop, this is essentially Pillow Talk with the actual subjects commentating. The series seemed to be a TLC staple, but it appears that the participants of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Season 2 will be responding to the haters and sharing behind-the-scenes information on their stories on Discovery+ instead.

This may be a bummer to some viewers expecting it to premiere on TLC, but perhaps more incentive to check out this streaming service. Speaking of which, Discovery+ doesn't launch until Thursday, January 4, so there's going to be a bit of a wait before The Other Way fans will get to hear all this juicy commentary.

90 Day Journey

It's easy to love 90 Day Fiancé, but a reach for any fan to say they love every couple featured equally. For those that love one couple much more than others, 90 Day Journey is the perfect show. This series will curate the scenes of specific couples all into one collection, so fans won't have to jump around in different seasons or spinoffs to get the full story of folks like Angela Deem or Colt Johnson. Honestly, it's a great idea, and an easy way to bring new viewers up to speed on the stories of recurring couples.

As mentioned, these 90 Day Fiancé spinoffs will premiere on Discovery+, which is set to launch on January 4, 2021. Continue to stick with CinemaBlend for more on the franchise, and for the latest happening in television and movies.

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