90 Day Fiance: The Other Way viewers will be introduced to four new couples and re-introduced to two returning first-season couples when Season 2 premieres on TLC in June.

Like 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way's first season, Season 2 will follow American citizens moving to foreign countries for the sake of love and their future spouses and having to marry within 90 days in order to stay.

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way's second season will feature a total of six couples -- including Season 1 returnees Jenny Slatten and her partner Sumit as well as Deavan Clegg and her husband Jihoon Lee, and the 90 Day Fiance franchise's first male same-sex couple.

Jenny, a 61-year-old from Palm Springs, CA, will be shown moving back to India for Sumit, a 32-year-old from India, while Deavan, a 23-year-old from Salt Lake City, UT, is officially moving to South Korea along with her two children to start a life with Jihoon, a 29-year-old from South Korea.

The four new Americans will be Brittany, a 26-year-old from Palm Beach, FL; Kenneth, a 57-year-old from St. Petersburg, FL; Ariela, a 28-year-old from Princeton, NJ; and Tim, a 34-year-old from Dallas, TX.

Brittany is traveling to Jordan for Yazan, a 24-year-old, and Kenneth is heading to Mexico for Armando, a 31-year-old.

Ariela is moving to Ethiopia for Biniyam, a 29-year-old, and Tim is going to Colombia for Melyza, a 29-year-old.

The second season of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way will premiere Monday, June 1 at 9PM ET/PT on TLC. (Viewers, however, will also be able to watch the first hour of the episode beginning May 25 on the network's TLC GO streaming service).

But exactly who are these new 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way couples? What are their backgrounds, and how did they meet in the first place?

Click the BEGIN GALLERY link below to view photos and descriptions of the new 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way couples and learn more about them!


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