90 Day Fiance will return with its sixth season and feature brand-new couples taking a chance on love by bringing their significant others -- and potential spouses -- stateside.
"Using a special K-1 visa, the couples are required to get married at the end of only 90 days -- or else be forced to return to their home countries," according to the network.
Last year, 90 Day Fiance's fifth season was the highest rated season ever for the franchise.
90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? will air its third season and chronicle couples from the original series who had given up everything for love. Having already navigated through the K-1 "fiance visa" process, the couples will be shown enjoying married life.
However, the couples will quickly realize the honeymoon stage is over, as reality sets in and challenges come their way.
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days will return with Season 2 and follow the stories of Americans who believe they've met the love of their lives, a future husband or wife, through various methods -- including international dating websites and apps.
"These stories begin before the K-1 Visa process," according to TLC, "from meeting in person for the first time, to traveling to a foreign country they barely know or understand."
And90 Day Fiance: What Now? has been picked up for a second season and will stream on TLC.com as well as the TLC Go App.
The show delves into never-before-seen footage of the90 Day Fiance couples after they exchange vows. The What Now? spinoff was the network's most streamed digital original series of 2017.