TLC is teeming with 90 Day Fiance spinoffs, and it is hardly surprising that the franchise has received even more runway to introduce more spinoffs on the impending streaming platform Discovery+, including 90 Day Bares All.
The show is expected to give fans a never-before-seen glimpse of 90 Day Fiance, with numerous behind-the-scenes clips and information that are not shown on network television. While it sounds a bit far-fetched, 90 Day Fiance Tell All host Shaun Robinson recently hinted that it is exactly as advertised.
Robinson opened up about the program and what sets it apart from past spinoffs in an interview with ET. “This is the space where we are showing you every single thing that we could not show you on regular TV. There are so many things — video, certain confrontations, language, body parts — that we can’t show you on regular TV, but we can show them here. Bares All is basically that — we are taking everything and, not that they were left on the cutting room floor, these parts are really juicy, but because of the rules, we could not show you there. Here, we can show you absolutely everything, so Bares All is the perfect title for this show,” she explained.
90 Day Bares All sounds like all the drama of TLC’s hit reality TV series. Robinson teased some of the drama for those who tune into 90 Day Bares All when Discovery+ is launched. It looks like the spinoff will feature one of the most intense stories of Season 2 of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way when it invited Brittany Banks, Yazan Abo Horira, and his family to discuss the season drama.
“You’re going to see the confrontation between Brittany, Yazan, and his family. His family goes after Brittany, it is so explosive. But let me tell you something, Brittany is holding her own, OK? She’s got some receipts that she said she is going to show and she does show them, so it’s wild. It’s so wild,” Robinson said.
Aside from that, Robinson also teased an episode where estranged brothers Tarik Myers and Dean Hashim open up about their fall out and an interview with a producer of the show who knows details about Jenny Slatten and Sumit Singh’s relationship that wasn’t revealed on television.
The concept of producers giving interviews seems quite interesting and could give a more unbiased perspective on what is actually happening with a couple behind the scene. 90 Day Bares All will feature in-person, as well as guest interviews, virtually on set. Drinks will be available to guests on set, which could heighten the drama for some viewers.
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