Can't get enough of 90 Day Fiancé? Welcome to the party. We have cookies.
TLC's reality hit is the No. 1 show on cable on Sunday night, with viewers unable to resist the relationship and family drama that comes once an Americans who fell in love with a foreigner.
90 Day Fiancé first premiered in 2014, and while the concept seems like a sure thing—couples must decide whether or not to get married in the 90 days after securing a K-1 visa—it was almost a completely different show than the one we're all obsessed with now.
Ahead of the season six "Tell-All" special's dramatic conclusion tonight, featuring the fallout from tumultuous couple Larissa Dos Santos Lima and Colt Johnson's late arrival, we're dishing out behind-the-scenes secrets from the reality hit, including how much the stars are (or aren't paid), how the casting process really works and whether or not any of the scenes are scripted...
90 Day Fiancé airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on TLC.