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"90 Day Fiancé" fan-favorites Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno are the focal point of "The Family Chantel." Ever since Chantel introduced Pedro to her family under the false pretense of him coming to America on a student visa, the drama that followed has kept fans wanting to hear more of their story and follow other family members as well. This unique modern family has seen its ups and downs, including family members with their own not-so-quiet views and Chantel and Pedro's own trust issues. Chantel's parents, Karen and Thomas, attempt to protect their family from all the drama but sometimes this backfires by pushing their children too far. There will never be a shortage of excitement with this family.

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Chantel's family members come to a surprising decision about visiting Pedro's family; tensions rise after the local cuisine is once again refused; Chantel confronts Coraima and hurls more than insults.
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After a tense exchange, Chantel and Pedro form a plan to bring their feuding families together; Chantel confronts Pedro's mother about the problems she's caused in her marriage; Pedro goes head to head with Obed to finally find out the truth.
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Chantel's family joins Pedro and Chantel in the Dominican Republic; both families get together for a face-off.
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Pedro's sister reveals their aging grandma is sick, so Chantel joins him on the trip to the Dominican Republic; the Family Chantel joins the trip to keep Chantel safe.
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The private investigator returns with some shocking news for Jah, Chantel and Karen; Thomas, Pedro and River spend the night on a dude ranch and are forced to face their issues head-on.
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Chantel confronts Pedro about his secret plan; Karen hires a private investigator to check on Winter's secretive boyfriend; Thomas tries to convince Pedro to join him for a guy's weekend.
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Pedro and Chantel's family attend a family counseling session; Chantel confronts Pedro after learning about his secret plans.
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Chantel confronts Pedro after revealing what she learned from her trip to the Dominican Republic; the family's pastor encourages the couple to seek family counseling while Pedro and his sister discuss a secret plan.

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