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10 Good Reasons to Watch "90 Day Fiancé: Love in Paradise"


Keep reading to learn why this particular corner of the 90 Day Universe is so fun to watch.

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By Maggie Watson
8 months ago
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With so many 90 Day Fiancé spinoffs competing for your attention, it’s hard to know which ones are worth your precious viewing time. Here, we’ll make a case for why you should consider checking out Season 2 of Love in Paradise: The Caribbean, A 90 Day Story, which is streaming now on Discovery+.

90 Day Fiancé spinoffs

Love in Paradise debuted in 2021 with four international couples, each made up of one American who has traveled to the Caribbean for love. Season 2 brings two of those couples back and adds in two new couples — and a potential throuple!

10 Good Reasons to Watch "90 Day Fiancé: Love in Paradise"

10 '90 Day Fiance: Love in Paradise' has Throuple cast !!

Frankie met Abby and Gaby while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. They had a fantastic time together, but when Frankie returned to Nashville, he fell in love with Abby and secretly planned to marry her and bring her back to the United States. Abby claims she wants to bring Gaby to Tennessee as well, so why hasn't she notified Gaby about her plans? This is a new for the franchise and an instantly gripping tale.

9 Despite enormous challenges, Carlos and VaLentine are seeking love.

VaLentine, an out and proud fitness trainer from Los Angeles, travels to Barranquilla, Colombia to follow Carlos, a strong and gorgeous native whose family is unaware that he is homosexual. VaLentine says he's not going back into the closet, which will be a problem for him. There is also a significant sexual barrier: both identify as tops and have no desire to be versatile in the bedroom. And, as if that wasn't enough, VaLentine is polygamous, whilst Carlos is monogamous. Can they overcome their basic differences?

8. VaLentine, the recording artist Love in Paradise offers views of the artist

De Juan Valentine inside a Los Angeles recording studio. He has added numerous tracks to his YouTube page for anyone who wish to go deeper into his distinct brand of hip-hop.

7. Carlos has the most opulent hair of any male in the 90 Day Universe.

Carlos' luscious, long hair has developed the ideal beach curls as a result of his coastal lifestyle. Though he usually wears a man bun, those few occasions when he lets his hair down — both literally and metaphorically, because he's quite reserved — are spectacular.

Amber and Daniel are now married.

If you saw Season 1, you might be wondering what happened to Amber, a Floridian, and Daniel, a Venezuelan who resided in Costa Rica. The pair is now married and living in Florida, where Amber is also attempting to make three out of three — but not in the way you might expect. You'll have to wait and see!

5. Sherlon had his first meeting with his son.

The first season's Odin is Aryanna and Sherlon's kid, although Aryanna lives in the United States and Sherlon lives in Jamaica, where he works at a swinging resort. In Season 2, Aryanna brings Odin to Jamaica for the first time to meet his father, and she immediately discovers that she and Sherlon aren't on the same page regarding their relationship. And who else does he refer to as "Baby" besides his son?

4. A couple consults a heavenly love system.

Daniele, a New Yorker who embraces the Yoruba religion of Ifa, meets with her spiritual adviser before coming to the Dominican Republic to marry Yohan, a fitness trainer of gorgeous international ladies who appears to be six times Daniele's height. While in the Dominican Republic, she takes Yohan to some hot springs to establish holy intentions for their upcoming marriage. She subsequently discovers that none of his pals are aware that they are getting married.

3. No one has 90 days.

So yet, there are no K-1 Visas to worry about, but at least one husband-to-be is contemplating whether he even needs a tourist visa to visit America. Ouch!

2. The episodes are shorter than the ones in 90 Day Fiancé.

We understand – you're busy! 90 Day Fiancé is a two-hour commitment, whereas Love in Paradise provides viewer fulfillment in just one hour.

1. Love in Paradise transports you on a virtual vacation.

Watching Love in Paradise delivers a rich, breathtaking perspective of the Caribbean that few can see without falling for a native, from the north coast of Colombia to thermal springs deep in the Dominican Republic. You deserve a holiday, even if it's only to indulge your wanderlust.

A 90-Day Story, Fridays, Discovery+, and Love in Paradise: The Caribbean

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