Another day, another entry into the 90 day fiancé franchise! The latest spin-off, Love in paradise: the caribbean, promises to be as dramatic as the original, with the advantage of a tropical location.
“Is the Caribbean really a lover’s paradise?” asked a press release from Discovery + on Wednesday, June 16. Judging from the trailer, the answer is apparently no, because these four couples really seem to be going through it.
Aryanna, for example, I met Sherlon when she was visiting Jamaica from Illinois, and her brief affair led to a pregnancy. Sherlon has a tour boat business, but he also works at a swingers resort. “Crazy things happen there,” he says about the place where the moon is.
In the trailer, Aryanna’s friends are less than impressed by Sherlon. “Is this your first child or do you have more children with more tourists?” one asks him. In another scene, he tells Aryanna, who has come to the Caribbean to see if their romance has a future, that “they made a big mistake” and that he “will not be forced to marry.”
Things are not so rosy with Martine other Steven, who met in Steven’s native Barbados when Martine went there on a cruise three years ago. “Steven is a DJ,” the Miami resident explains in the clip. “There are always people who try to jump on him. I want Steven to give me a reason to trust him. “
Unfortunately for Martine, he has given her at least one reason not to trust him. “Steven cheated on me once,” he says. “I told him if he did that again, I would quit.”
So this frames other Key code, who met in Panama a decade ago. Mark, from Huntington Beach, California, is ready to settle down with the woman he thinks is the love of his life. “I let Key get away once and I won’t let that happen to me again,” he says.
Key, however, has other ideas. “I love you, but don’t rush me,” he tells Mark, who looks genuinely surprised to find that his plans may be falling apart before his eyes.
Completing the group are Amber other Daniel, who met in Costa Rica when Amber was visiting from Seminole, Florida. “My fiance lives on a tropical island,” she explains. “I need to go there to make sure this is the man I want to marry.”
The trailer doesn’t reveal whether or not she realizes it, but the good news is that the show opens in just over a month.
Love in paradise: the Caribbean, a 90-day story begins broadcasting on Discovery + on July 18.
Keep scrolling to meet the four couples the show will follow during its inaugural season: