90 Day Fiance and its more than a dozen spinoffs makes up one of the most-viewed reality franchises on television.
The show is legendary, and some of its stars have very effectively monetized their fame.
At its best, it’s an entertaining and sometimes educational series on love and immigration during a pivotal era.
At its worst, 90 Day Fiance consciously appeals to the worst, most toxic suspicions and prejudices of its audience.
Vox recently did a fascinating write-up about what 90 Day Fiance represents.
The show has reacted to its culture since its premiere in 2014.
We have all seen how the policies of the Trump era made life so much harder for multiple stars.
The article’s analysis of what the show…
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