Meet The New Couples On '90 Day Fiancé' Season 7 — Plus A Sneak-Peek Of All The Drama

Seven new couples are trying to tie the knot on 90 Day Fiancé. Let's meet the new cast.

Meet The New Couples On Season 7 Of '90 Day Fiancé' TLC

The seasons of 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days and 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way are winding down. But fans of the international dating show won't have to wait long for the next installment. TLC announced that the seventh season of the original franchise 90 Day Fiancé will begin airing on November 7, according to Entertainment Weekly.

The new season features a cast of couples all trying to beat the 90-day countdown of their K1 visas, InTouch reports. Seven Americans have applied for the fiancé visa to bring their foreign love interests to the United States and they all have only three months to walk down the aisle. The series never fails to bring a ton of drama to the screen as the different couples prepare to start a life together. 


Since many of the couples have spent minimal time together before embarking on the path to marital bliss, the journey to "I Do" can be pretty dramatic. In a preview released by TLC, we find out one American is her Russian fiancé's third baby mama. A mom from Nebraska is trying to keep her three kids a secret from her Turkish boyfriend's family. And one woman faces questions about whether or not she was a prostitute before coming to the U.S.  —

Meet the new couples from 90 Day Fiancé.

1. Anna and Mursel

Anna is a 38-year-old mother of three from Nebraska. She met Mursel, who lives in Turkey, on social media. Unlike lots of stories that begin with a man saying "I saw her picture and I was blown away," what struck Mursel about Anna was her passion for beekeeping. They bonded over their shared love of pollinators and the relationship soon bloomed into something more. After Anna visited her 38-year-old online love interest in Turkey, he proposed. Now he's on his way to the U.S. to meet her but there's one big obstacle to their happiness: his family doesn't know that Anna has three kids because they don't approve of having children out of wedlock.



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The new season begins in November.

2. Mike and Natalie

Mike, 34, was inspired by his best friend Matt's relationship with his Ukranian bride Svetlana. When Mike started wondering if Ukraine was where he should look for love, Matt and Svetlana decided to play matchmaker. They introduced Mike to Svetlana's best friend Natalie. One visit to Ukraine convinced Mike that Natalie was the one for him. The next time they met, they went to Paris where he proposed on top of the Eiffel Tower. Now, 35-year-old Natalie is moving to Washington state to start their lives together. 


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3. Tania and Syngyn

Syngyn was not the man Tania expected to meet in South Africa. The 29-year-old traveled from Connecticut to South Africa to visit a man she met on a dating app. That relationship fizzled quickly but Tania didn't let it get her down. She struck up a flirtation with Syngyn, who is also 29, at the bar where he worked and ended up going home with him that night. She stayed for four and a half months. Now he's ready to move to her hometown and start their life together — except that she wants him to sign a prenup and he is not into it. 

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4. Robert and Anny

41-year-old Robert met Anny on social media. He lives in Florida but Anny was in the Dominican Republic. They spent six months talking online every day before Robert booked a cruise with a stopover in the D.R. He disembarked to meet her in person and eight hours later, he proposed. Now the 30-year-old is moving to Florida to marry him but money is tight. He hasn't even bought her a ring yet.


TLC released a promo video.

5. Emily and Sasha

Having a crush on your personal trainer is nothing new and that's what happened to Emily. The 28-year-old from Oregon was teaching English in Russia when she spotted Sasha at the gym. She thought he was hot and booked him to train her. Sparks flew between them and they started dating. Emily learned she was pregnant and the two planned to get married in the U.S. She also learned that their baby would be his third child and she would be his third wife and third baby mama.


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6. Blake and Jasmin

Jasmin was posting pictures of herself from Finland when L.A. resident Blake spotted her. They started chatting online and, eventually, 29-year-old Blake went to Finland to meet 27-year-old Jasmin. The couple hit it off so well that they decided to get married. Blake's family doesn't entirely trust Jasmin's motives, however. When they found out her sister was already in L.A. after winning the green card lottery, they started to wonder if Jasmin was just trying to find a way to join her sister. 

7. Michael and Juliana

Michael introduces himself in the promo video with the tantalizing line: "A lot of people might think I'm a sleazy old rich guy going after a beautiful young model from Brazil." Indeed, the divorced 41-year-old has brought a 23-year-old Brazilian woman into the country and plans to marry her. After meeting at a yacht party in Croatia, Juliana and Michael wanted to get to know one another better but she couldn't get a tourist visa to the U.S. Michael decided that the best solution was to propose and start the K1 process. But his ex-wife and kids wonder if Juliana is only in it for his money. Not only that, immigration officials wonder if she was a sex worker. 


The new season of 90 Day Fiancé premieres November 7. 

Rebekah Kuschmider has been writing about celebrities, pop culture, entertainment, and politics since 2010. Her work has been seen at Ravishly, Babble, Scary Mommy, The Mid, Redbook online, and The Broad Side. She is the creator of the blog Stay at Home Pundit and she is a cohost of the weekly podcast The More Perfect Union.