90 Day Fiance will add four more spinoffs to its ever-expanding roster of TV series when TLC's parent company launches its new discovery+ streaming service in America in January 2021.

Discovery Inc. has announced its new discovery+ streaming service will include over 55,000 episodes of more than 2,500 current and former shows from its family of networks which include HGTV, Food Network, TLC, ID, OWN, Travel Channel, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet when it launches in the U.S. on January 4, as well as over two dozen new original series.

The four new 90 Day Fiance spinoffs that will be part of discovery+'s initial roster of original series when the streaming service launches will be 90 Day Bares All, 90 Day Diaries, 90 Day Journey, and The Other Way Strikes Back!.

However, the four new series won't be the only new 90 Day Fiance spinoffs that will be released on discovery+ and only represent "the first wave... with more to be announced," according to Discovery.

The new series will be the latest additions to the 90 Day Fiance franchise which has already spawned numerous spinoffs on TLC over the last five years -- including 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?, 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days, 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk, 90 Day Fiance: What Now?, 90 Day Fiance: Just Landed, 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, The Family Chantel, Darcey & Stacey, B90 Strikes Back!, and HEA Strikes Back!.

90 Day Bares All will be a companion series hosted by long-time Tell All reunion show host Shaun Robinson and feature cast interviews in which 90 Day Fiance alums "reveal pivotal new information and speak completely uncensored," according to Discovery.

In addition, 90 Day Bares All will also provide viewers "exclusive content, must-see footage and all the stories behind 90 Day Fiance!"

90 Day Diaries will provide viewers "an intimate look" into the lives of former 90 Day Fiance couples, told from their perspective.

Similar to the premise of 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, a limited series which aired on TLC earlier this year, 90 Day Diaries will feature 90 Day Fiance alums filming themselves at home in their day-to-day lives amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

90 Day Journey will repurpose the footage of prior seasons of 90 Day Fiance and its spinoffs into a new series of mini-series that will each focus on a specific former 90 Day Fiance couple.

"Each curated mini-series is made up of every single scene a beloved couple has appeared in across each show in the 90 Day universe," Discovery stated. "Now fans can watch each couples' story from the very beginning how and when they want to."

90 Day Journey's format is similar to the "Our Journey So Far," "Our Continuing Journey," and "The Full Story" mega-specials TLC has periodically aired featuring a recap of a specific couple's prior 90 Day Fiance appearances.

TLC has typically aired the mega-specials -- which have usually been three-hours in length -- in the weeks prior to the debut of a new 90 Day Fiance season in which the featured couple would be returning for the new season.

Former 90 Day Fiance couples who have been featured in the mega-specials have included Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi, Paul Staehle and Karine Martins, David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan, Loren Goldstone and Alexei Brovarnik, Melanie Bowers and Devar Walters, Molly Hopkins and Luis Mendez, Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou, Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno, Paola Mayfield and Russ Mayfield, Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet, Colt Johnson and Larissa Dos Santos Lima, and Ashley Martson and Jay Smith.

Similar to HEA Strikes Back! which is currently airing on TLC and B90 Strikes Back! which aired on the network earlier this year, The Other Way Strikes Back! will feature 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way second-season cast members re-watching the season's episodes from their homes and addressing each episode's noteworthy moments and sassy social-media commentary.

Season 2 of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way just aired its finale on TLC on Sunday night.

Discovery+ will cost $4.99 per month with ads or $6.99 without ads. Verizon customers will also be eligible to receive 12 months of discovery+ for free.

It isn't immediately clear what impact discovery+'s launch may have on future releases of TLC Go's own 90 Day Fiance original series, which have included 90 Day Fiance: What Now? and 90 Day Fiance: Just Landed.

According to a TLC spokesperson, TLC Go -- the network's free online streaming platform -- will not cease operating when discovery+ launches in the U.S. next month.

New seasons of 90 Day Fiance: What Now? have typically been released on TLC Go annually each spring or summer, however the network has not announced plans for a fifth season since Season 4 was released earlier this year.

Season 1 of 90 Day Fiance: Just Landed was released on TLC Go in December 2019.

In addition to the new 90 Day Fiance series, discovery+'s launch will also feature additional original series from many of TLC's sister networks -- including shows from Food Network's Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Carla Hall, and Duff Goldman; HGTV's Ben Napier and Maureen McCormick; Discovery Channel's Mike Rowe, and ID's Joe Kenda.

The new streaming service will also feature an exclusive first look at content from the Magnolia Network, the upcoming new joint-venture Discovery is launching with Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines in 2021.

The Magnolia Network preview will include advance access to some of the Gaineses' most-anticipated projects -- including Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, the couple's new revival of their iconic Fixer Upper home renovation series; Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, Joanna's new cooking series; Road to Launch, which will feature intimate conversations between the Gaineses and various talent from the upcoming Magnolia Network programming slate; Courage to Run, a documentary that chronicles a fortuitous meeting that inspired Chip to train for and complete his first marathon; and premiere episodes from ten upcoming Magnolia Network original series. 

The preview will be exclusive to discovery+ until the launch of Magnolia Network later in 2021.
About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.