90 Day Fiancé: New Spin Off Series Coming to Discovery+

Just when you thought that we couldn’t get anymore spin off shows, just wait! If you follow 90 Day Fiance, you will be very excited to see what is next on the discovery+ streaming service. This time we will see some of our favorite cast members in the kitchen together.

90 Day Fiancé: Who Doesn’t Love a Cooking Show?

Cooking shows have become incredibly popular and if they feature some one our favorite 90 Day Fiancé cast members, they could get really good. The next spin off in the 90 Day Fiancé world is called 90 Day: Foody Call. This show will focus on the married couples from the show and give us an idea of what they like to do together in the kitchen.

They will serve up their favorite recipes and we will get to see them talking about their relationships and giving advice to those who are watching. We will even see some meals from other countries that they serve up to their spouse.

90 Day Fiancé: New Spin Off Series Coming to Discovery+

Discovery+ will begin to air these episodes on May 29 and we will get a chance to see six different couples in the kitchen. We will see Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester, Russ and Paola Mayfield, David and Annie Toborowsky, Robert and Anny Springs, and Sasha and Emily Larin.

Not only we will see them cooking together, but there will be many chances to put them in the hot seat when fans start to ask about their marriages. Some questions that were asked are, “What is the most awkaward interactoin you’ve had with each of your in-laws?” and “What is the most shocking thing you learned about your spouse’s culture?”

This is just another spin off from the Sharp Entertainment company and they were very happy to make this announcement. This show is now added to 90 Day Bares All and 90 Day:

The Single Life on discovery+. There are also eight other 90 Day Fiancé shows that air on TLC and discovery+. Fans of 90 Day Fiancé have a lot to watch when it comes to their favorite show.

Matt Sharp told fans all about how tough it is to make television shows durng a quarantine, “That is a show that depends on someone else’s timeline, these are real couples, we’re not putting anyone together in that show and tey’re real visas and schedules. If you put that into the context of COVID, that’s just another hurdle hath you have to deal with.”

Be sure to stay tuned to discovery+ for 90 Day: Foody Call.

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