- Warner Bros. Discovery announced Thursday the launch of the “90-Day Fiancée” universe.
- Many fans were confused about how a reality show could spawn a universe like Marvel and DC.
- In fact, “90 Day Fiancé” already has 18 sub-displays.
Warner Bros. announced. Discovery Thursday that the “90 Day Fiancé” Universe is among its main franchises, which has led to some bewilderment on Twitter.
The company shared its new strategy during its second-quarter earnings call Thursday, in the first quarter as a company after WarnerMedia and Discovery completed their merger earlier this year.
During the call, they highlighted the “90 Day Fiancé Universe” to the surprise of critics and Fans, given that the term is usually reserved for fantasy movie franchises Like Marvel and DC.
—David Chen (@davechensky) August 4, 2022
“90-Day Fiancé,” which debuted on TLC in 2014, follows many couples who must marry 90 days after they apply for or receive a K-1 visa. The specific visa for foreign fiancés allows US citizens to stay in the United States.
The main series is currently in its ninth season but has spawned several spin-offs after famous couples like Big Ed, Liz, David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan.
Here’s what the “ninety-day fiancée” world entails.
The reality series has 18 sub-elements, all of which are currently on Discovery +
Although “90 Days Fiancé” premiered on TLC, Discovery+ hosts the original show on its platform, as well as 18 minor shows.
There are sub commands that follow couples before and after their marriage such as “90 days before” and “happily ever after.” There are spin-offs on cooking and game shows, including “90 Days: Foodie Call” and “90 Days Fiancé: Love Games.” There’s also an exclusive Discovery+ talk show about the “90 Day Bares All” reality series that shares unseen footage and interviews with the cast. Some of the most famous couples even have their own reality series, such as “The Family Chantel”.
During the earnings call, Warner Bros. also found out announce HBO Max and Discovery+ will merge on one platform next year, so look for the world of “90 Days Fiancée” to sit alongside DC, “Game of Thrones” and more.