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Catch Up on 90 Day Fiance Episode 8
You can catch up on the first few episodes of 90 Day Fiance if you missed them. TLC will air new episodes of the hit series on April 17. 90 Day Fiance is currently in its eighth season, and this year will feature a number of returning couples. 90 Day Fiance will also be available online in addition to its regular episodes. You can sign up for a free trial of Philo, fuboTV and Hulu + Live if you don’t have cable. For other providers, you can look up TLC’s channel finder. TLC subscribers can try Spectrum/Charter or Optimum/Altice. DirecTV subscribers can also try Dish or DirecTV.
After Laura and Aladin’s 90 Day Fiance finale, viewers were left wondering if the couple had split after Aladin deleted all photos of Laura from his Instagram account. They are back together! You can see the 90 Day Fiance video to learn more about their relationship. It’s no secret that the couple has been having an affair for quite some time now. However, there are a few things viewers should look out for to avoid the same fate.
The final nine couples from the show will meet in New York City, where the host will reveal some juicy details and shocking reveals to the viewers. Blake & Jasmin have no time left to wed, while Anna and Mursel are also on the clock, forcing the couples to go back to the beginning. Tania and Syngin must make a quick decision. Lastly, Michael and Angela are faced with a huge problem. After all, Michael’s ex-wife Sarah has been calling for his divorce.
Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva are in a relationship. They met in a bar and Mike asked Natalie to marry Mike. Despite their differences, both women are able to marry, although there are some bumps along the way. Natalie calls off the wedding two days before the Ukrainian bride’s visa expires. Despite this, Natalie returns to Mike’s house, where she ends up staying for another year.
The 90-day period is a compact look into the lives of the two couples, and the drama between the two is often intense. 90 Day Fiance’s “Poison in the Honey”, a 90-day episode, showed how difficult it was for the Ukrainian partner adjust to American life. It shows that the relationship isn’t as easy as it seems, and that despite the awkwardness, Yara and David have grown closer together.
The first season of 90 Day Fiance was not the best one for Emily and Kobe. They didn’t trust each other, and she didn’t give Kobe much money. In the end, Kobe had more money that any other man in 90-Day Fiance. After all, he did bring the most money, but they didn’t tell each other how much they wanted to spend. Emily spent all of her money on unnecessary wedding rings, and expensive dresses.