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While the Instagram account and many fans speculated Robert and Anny might star on a future season of90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?, TLC revealed this week the couple will be appearing on the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?.
On Thursday, TLC announced it will begin releasing short-form episodes of the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? weekly on its TLC GO streaming service on Sunday, February 23.
Then, similar to what the network has did with the third season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? last year, the short-form episodes will be re-edited into traditional broadcast-length episodes that will air Mondays at 9PM ET/PT on TLC's cable network beginning April 20.
Robert, a 41-year-old from Winter Park, FL, and Anny, a 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic, reportedly exchanged vows in September 2019 and are currently living in the United States together.
Robert and Anny went through a lot of ups and downs on 90 Day Fiance's seventh season, which concluded with the couple getting married on the season finale earlier this month.
The pair only spent one day together in the Dominican Republic in person before Robert proposed marriage asked Anny to move to America to be with him and become a mother figure to his son Bryson.
Robert was hoping to marry a responsible and classy woman, but Anny's behavior -- such as wanting to go to the strip club and have a threesome with another woman -- left him with a lot of questions and doubts about her character and the future of their romance.
Anny's main problem seemed to be the limited amount of money Robert was willing to spend on her. She was disappointed in the clothing Robert bought her as well as their small apartment.
Robert called Anny "inconsiderate," "ungrateful," and "selfish" when they fought because he felt nothing he ever did for her was enough.
Anny also clashed with Robert's brother Kenny in addition to Bryson's grandparents, Ben and Stephanie Woodcock, who offered to write Anny a check for thousands of dollars so she could go back to the Dominican Republic.