A new spinoff from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise is on the way, but this time, it's not all about marriage. The latest project, 90 Day: The Single Life, will dive into the lives of the show's past cast members who are going forward after their failed relationships, and are hoping to find love once more.
While news of the upcoming Discovery+ show was announced on Sunday's 90 Day Bares All episode, a full cast list had yet to be revealed. But now, thanks to a trailer and several Instagram posts shared by some of the participants, it looks like we have a more complete picture of who all will be a part of the show. Our hunch that Big Ed Brown was filming for another series was spot on, it seems, because he's on the list alongside some other notable favorites of the franchise.
Big Ed Brown
Big Ed Brown was the 90 Day meme king of 2020, as 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days Season 4 fans watched his relationship with Rose Vega implode in the Philippines. Ed now looks to be back out on the dating scene and trying his hand at finding love again. He was spotted in public several months ago filming with another woman at a restaurant, so it's entirely possible he's got a new flame hiding behind the scenes of all his social media videos.
Colt Johnson has found and lost love twice in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise, first with Larissa Dos Santos and then with Jess Caroline. Apparently, Colt is at it again in 90 Day: The Single Life, and he's even spotted in the trailer pulling out an engagement ring. Spoilers have confirmed the woman Colt will be proposing to is his longtime friend Vanessa Guerra, though we're not sure about her answer to the proposal, or if it was even a legitimate scene. For all we know, Colt could've just been practicing delivering a proper proposal!
90 Day Fiancé Season 4 star Molly Hopkins may have had her debut showcasing her failed marriage to Luis Mendez, but she's since gained popularity with fans for her role on the commentary series Pillow Talk. Molly's involvement in the spinoff was confirmed in the original announcement, and a clip for the series showed her engaging in some sexy video chat roleplaying with some mystery man. We didn't see much more than that, but I have a good feeling Molly may find love (or at least some lust) in this spinoff.
After 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Season 2, I'm somewhat shocked that Brittany Banks is already appearing in a spinoff. Brittany was very vocal that she was unhappy with how TLC represented her relationship with Yazan Abo Horira and frequently shared spoilers when fans griped about her on the show. Hopefully, her next try at love will be more successful and won't end in her calling producers "garbage ass humans" once again.
One of the few non-American born participants of 90 Day: The Single Life, Fernanda Flores met Jonathan Rivera in Mexico, and the two were soon wed in May of 2018. The couple's split was confirmed in January of 2019, and while Jonathan has moved on with another relationship in the time since, it looks like Fernanda is still playing the field. Perhaps this new spinoff will be where she finds her true love?
90 Day Fiancé really skyrocketed to fame in recent years, but the show's OG fandom definitely references the relationship of Season 2's Danielle and Mohamed Jbali as part of what got them hooked. Danielle and her "uuuuser" ex-husband are icons in the franchise, so it may excite viewers quite a bit to learn the two will reunite in 90 Day: The Single Life. As for what we can only speculate, though I'm hoping it has nothing to do with "odors."
90 Day: The Single Life premieres on Discovery+ Sunday, February 21. For more on the world of 90 Day Fiancé, check out what Season 8's Andrew Kenton had to say about Amira Lollysa's father after hearing his criticisms.
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