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90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?

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Marrying someone you have known for no more than 90 days comes with more risks than traditional unions. This companion series to "90 Day Fiance" sets out to see how the relationship has worked out for several couples from the original show. The show reveals what has gone on in the lives of the returning couples, whom TLC calls "the most memorable from previous seasons," since they tied the knot. Among the issues the couples have faced are criticism from their loved ones and on social media, potentially having to move away from their hometowns, and pregnancy struggles.

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Colt and Larissa's journey continues as they prepare for the trial of her third arrest; the tell all begins as the couples take a deep dive into the details of their most intense moments of the season.
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It could be the end of the line for Colt and Larissa; Ashley's health issues change everything; Chantel's relationship hits a wall; Andrei and Elizabeth's father face off; Nicole reveals the truth to her mom.
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Larissa pushes Debbie to her breaking point; Ashley makes a radical decision; Chantel confronts Pedro for the truth about how they met; Elizabeth's family is shut out when she goes into labor; Russ worries Pao and his mother will clash over the baby.
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Larissa's second arrest threatens her life in America; Nicole pops the question to Azan; Jay's infidelity could cost him his freedom; Elizabeth braces herself for drama when both families unite for the first time; Paola's old friend stirs the pot.
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Chantel gets shady news about Pedro and his family; Larissa shuts Colt out after her second arrest; Ashley discovers the ugly truth about Jay; Andrei spends money on his father, which upsets Elizabeth; Russ and Pao's baby is ready to make his debut.
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Colt and Larissa face legal issues again; Jay's sister confronts him about the truth; Chantel faces off with Pedro's sister; Elizabeth's baby shower has an unwanted guest; Pao's mom rejects her birth plan.
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Colt and Larissa face legal issues again; Jay's sister confronts him about the truth; Chantel faces off with Pedro's sister; Elizabeth's baby shower has an unwanted guest; Pao's mom rejects her birth plan.
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Debbie gives Colt heartbreaking news; Nicole's stepfather reveals information about Azan; Jay's sister discovers the truth; Chantel finally faces Pedro's mother; Elizabeth is pushed too far; Pao realizes it's time to say goodbye.
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Colt and Larissa attempt to reignite their sex life; Nicole's trip hits a roadblock; Ashley decides the fate of her marriage; Chantel drops a bomb on Pedro; Elizabeth gives Andrei a wake-up call; buried emotions get stirred up for Pao.
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Larissa confesses her biggest secret; Ashley lets loose in New York City while she's away from Jay; Nicole's family makes a final plea; Pedro worries things went too far with his sister's friend; Pao discovers the real reason Russ came to Oklahoma.
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Elizabeth goes to her dad behind Andrei's back; Ashley needs a break from Jay; Nicole's friend presses for answers about Azan; Pedro heads to the Dominican Republic without Chantel; Pao confronts Russ' mom; Colt and Larissa try to move forward.
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Larissa heads to trial; Elizabeth's father pushes Andrei too far; Nicole's family questions her plan to reunite with Azan; Chantel gets bad news about Pedro's Green Card; Pao struggles to connect with Russ' family; Ashley spends time with her ex.
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Nicole has a surprise for Azan; Larissa's behavior drives Colt's mom over the edge; Elizabeth and Andrei get news about their baby; Ashley crushes Jay's hopes; Russ and Pao return to Oklahoma; Chantel struggles to pick up the pieces with her family.
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Jay's cheating makes Ashley hit the brakes; Andrei fights for boundaries; Nicole struggles to keep Azan in her life; Chantel and Pedro can't escape the past; Russ and Pao get a fresh start; Colt and Larissa wait for her trial.
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Chantel and Pedro decide whether to walk down the aisle; Danielle gets a decision in her case against Mohamed; Jorge and Anfisa meet after weeks of separation; Pao comes clean to Russ about wearing lingerie in a music video; with bonus footage.
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Loren gets a huge surprise; Chantel's relationship with Pedro's family continues to deteriorate; Pao makes a decision that jeopardizes her marriage to Russ; Danielle and Mohamed prepare for court.
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Chantel and Pedro's situation worsens; Anfisa reveals a shocking secret, and Jorge hopes a grand gesture will win her back; Russ and Pao are at odds once again; Mohamed learns what Danielle has been up to; Danielle fears the worst in court.
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Alex and Loren struggle with a big decision; Chantel and Pedro reach their breaking point; Danielle realizes a hard truth; Mohamed prepares for the trial; Jorge and Anfisa adjust to life without each other; Russ and Pao both get lucrative offers.
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Chantel and Pedro's families get off to a rocky start in the Dominican Republic; Jorge and Anfisa rethink their relationship; Loren and Alexei receive disheartening news; Danielle and Mohamed prepare for court; Russ tries to support Pao.
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Russ and Pao struggle to get back on track; Loren and Alex deliver sad news to his mom; Chantel discovers that Pedro has been keeping secrets; Danielle sees a lawyer while pressure mounts for Mohamed; Jorge is stuck between Anfisa and his sister.
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Anfisa kicks Jorge out; Loren finds out life altering news that devastates Alex; Danielle starts over with her daughters; Mohamed looks for love; Pao's past catches up with her and Russ in Miami; Chantel tests Pedro's patience and trust.

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