Warner Bros Discovery UK & Ireland has commissioned a new series of the global franchise 90 Day Fiancé – produced by CPL Productions. Series 4 of 90 Day Fiancé UK, one of the top performing shows on discovery+, will drop on the streaming service in summer 2025.

Fans of the franchise can also look forward to more Tell All specials, which bring the couples back to the screen for exclusive updates on their lives as they get together for the first time in person. Warner Bros Discovery UK & Ireland has announced the commission of specials for both 90 Day Fiancé UK series 3 and 4.

Both 90 Day Fiancé UK and the Tell All special are produced by CPL Productions. Following the launch of its UK spin-off in 2022, the global format has been met with nothing but love from its fans both at home and abroad. In 2023, 90 Day Fiancé UK was one of the top entertainment titles in EMEA for discovery+ subscriber acquisition.

The second season of 90 Day Fiancé UK maintained the format’s position in the UK & Ireland as the leading discovery+ entertainment show. The franchise has seen an almost 30% season-on-season growth in subscriber acquisition to the streaming platform.

As fans get ready for the exciting launch of 90 Day Fiancé UK Series 3, which drops on discovery+ this summer, 90 Day Fiancé UK Series 4 promises another extraordinary cast of characters, each taking a leap of faith to pursue a relationship where the odds are truly stacked against them. Viewers will follow eight Brits and their long-distance lovers as they navigate the complexities of love and commitment over 90 intense days.

In addition to the series, the hugely popular 90 Day Fiancé UK Tell All, was the most-watched episode on discovery+ during its first month on the service.

Clare Laycock, SVP Head of Content, Networks & Streaming at WBD UK & Ireland, said: “We’re so excited to have greenlit a fourth season of fan-favourite 90 Day Fiancé UK – and to announce it on Valentines Day! The relatability and authenticity of our 90 Day couples and their struggles with long-distance love are what make the show so very watchable, with real life high stakes drama throughout. CPL has done an incredible job translating the US-born format to the UK, ensuring fans of the franchise remain deeply loyal to the show, coming back to watch the much-anticipated reunions in the Tell All specials, diving deep into the happy – and not-so-happy – ever afters.”

The series were ordered by Clare Laycock and commissioned by Charlotte Reid. Deirdre Dowling is the commissioning editor of Warner Bros. Discovery and executive producers for CPL are Murray Boland, Dermot Caulfield, Danielle Lux and Emma Jones.