This Is How You Can Watch Every Season Of 90 Day Fiance

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If you feel out of the loop because you aren't in the know with 90 Day Fiancé's Big Ed or you're wondering what the heck is a "Coltee," don't worry, we're here to help. Although it's our pleasure to give you the 411 on all the iconic characters and relationships from the TLC show, we don't want to spoil any surprises. On the contrary, we encourage you all to buckle up for your latest marathon-worthy series with a plethora of seasons and spin-off shows for your viewing pleasure — *insert praying hands emoji and the Sunday Service choir.*

For most shows with a Coltee — oops, we mean culty— following, it's always best to start from the very beginning, but trying to find Season 1, episode 1 can be made tricky thanks to the many streaming services at our disposal. As for those who prefer old-school cable, you can watch every episode from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise by going to the TLC website and inputting your cable login when prompted. Sounds easy enough, right?

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For those who have forgone their cable boxes for Fire Sticks, Apple TVs, or any other kind of streaming device, there are a couple ways to get your 90 Day Fiancé watch on without a hitch. With a basic Hulu subscription, you can watch a decent amount of shows from the franchise for free, but to have access to every single episode in the TLC archive, you need to up your budget for a plan that includes live TV. While we sympathize with your desire to watch all shows for free, anytime and anywhere, we hate to admit it, but we can't always get what we want. Sucks, we know. Anyways, at least Hulu's live TV subscription plans are a small price to pay for endless hours of reality TV gold.

Additionally, you can stream almost every 90 Day season on Amazon Prime, but of course, it comes with a price tag, since you must purchase each episode individually. Although this route will cost you, it's just as easy as hitting "place order" on Uber Eats. If you'd rather put your pennies toward your next food delivery, you should check out TLC Go. Although you need a cable login to have access to the whole kit and caboodle, you can watch TLC Go's original series, such as What Now and Self-Quarantined, for free on their website without mooching off of someone else's cable login. And no, 90 Day Fiancé is not on Netflix — rude, right?