It was such a great series, let's rank every season of 90 Day Fiancé from best to worst. For those unfamiliar, 90 Day Fiancé is a TLC reality show that presents long-distance couples with a unique opportunity. After being given visas, the couples are allowed to move in with each other for the first time. The only catch is they only have 90 days to marry before the visa expires and they must leave the country. As you can imagine, things get quite interesting. So, whether you're a seasoned viewer or think you may want to give the series a try, here you'll find every season of 90 Day Fiancé ranked from best to worst by viewers.
If you too are a 90 Day Fiancé fan, be sure to cast your vote in order to help determine which seasons were the best. Vote the best episodes up, and vote any you didn't like down the list.
90 Day Fiancé Season 2
Season 2 first aired on October 19, 2014 and contains 12 episodes. Season 2 features couples Chelsea & Yamir, Danielle and Mohamed, Justin & Evelin, Brett & Daya, Danny & Amy, and Jason & Cássia.
Some of this season's most popular episodes are "New Couples, New Journeys," "I'm Home, America!" and "I'm Gonna Go Home."
90 Day Fiancé Season 1
Season 1 first aired on January 12, 2014 and contains 6 episodes. Season 1 features couples Russ & Pao, Alan & Kirlyam, Louis & Aya, and Mike & Aziza.
Some of this season's most popular episodes are "Culture Shock," "90 Days Isn't Enough," and "Didn't Expect This."
90 Day Fiancé Season 3
Season 3 first aired on October 11, 2015 and contains 12 episodes. Season 3 features couples Loren & Alexei, Mark & Nikki, Kyle & Noon, Fernando & Carolina, Melanie & Devar, and Josh & Aleksandra.
Some of this season's most popular episodes are "Departures and Arrivals," "Full of Surprises," and "Don't Push Me."
90 Day Fiancé Season 5
Season 5 first aired on October 8, 2017 and contains 13 episodes. Season 5 features couples Elizabeth & Andrei, Evelyn & David, Molly & Luis, David & Annie, Nicole & Azan, and Josh & Aika.
Some of this season's most popular episodes are "Bring On the 90 Days," "Good Morning America," and "Out of Nowhere."