TLC 90 Day Fiancé spoilers finds that In fact, we love it so much, we wanted to take the time to explore it in detail. There are many moments on the show that make us believe that it could be 100% real life, but there are other factors that make us really question the show and how real it is. What do you think? We have a few theories of our own to see just how TLC does it and still makes it look real.
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TLC struck it big with 90 Day Fiancé and now there are spin off shows of it too. The spin off shows keep us occupied until the original comes back on the air. Being a reality show, we always wonder just what parts are truly reality. One of the reasons that we are concerned about this is because cast members have often mentioned having to do a scene over again. If you have to reshoot a scene, that sounds like it is completely staged right?
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Quite a few couples break up after the show and this is another factor that makes us believe that the show is staged. If these couples are so in love on screen, what happens the minute they are off the show? Also, what about those who continue to come onto the spin off shows? Are they doing this because now they are reality stars or can they not find love? This makes us feel that some of the couples may not have been in love at all and TLC put them together for ratings. The editing is another hot topic and many TLC stars have mentioned this very recently. TLC does have the right to edit any of the scenes on the show to make them work better for ratings. This includes making some of the stars look like bad guys though. Some 90 Day Fiance stars from the past claim that TLC put them in some staged situations that were very uncomfortable.
Some of the stars of 90 Day Fiancé have criminal pasts. Even though TLC says that they run background checks, why have some of the stars of the show been ex-cons? For example, Danielle Mullins and Josh Batterson were once in jail for fraud and assault. How did they not catch this? A background check would catch this. There are many cast members that have been on other reality shows too and this seems sketchy. Also, why do cast members have to do a lot of promotional work before the season airs? All of these questions make us very concerned about whether or not the show is being staged and faked. What do you think? We still love 90 Day Fiancé and will continue to watch it. We are excited about the new season of Before the 90 Days as well. You can catch these shows on TLC.