A preview of Friday’s episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Love in Paradise shows the Jamaican man meeting his son for the first time.
Sherlon waits at the airport for his American girlfriend Aryanna and their newborn baby Odin to arrive in this exclusive video for PEOPLE.
“I’ve always wanted a son, and today’s the day he’s going to be here,” Sherlon exclaims. “I’m taking care of him now. I’m crossing my fingers that he’ll recognise this voice and this face and think, “I know this person.””
Sherlon rushes over to greet Aryanna as soon as they get through the gate. He scoops up Odin from his stroller and cuddles the baby.
Sherlon writes in a confessional, “Seeing Odin for the first time is like love at first sight.” “I’ve never been happier as I am right now.
To put it simply, Odin is the main focus. “However, not everything about the reunion has made Aryanna pleased.
Since it had been a year since he last saw her, she remarks, “Of course, it would be good if he gave me some affection, too.” But I’m just glad that the three of us are together.
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About What, Exactly, Does This Show Focus?
If you haven’t seen the TLC reality series (which has spawned 20 spin-offs! ), it chronicles the lives of numerous different couples.
Each of whom consists of an American and a foreigner, who are involved in long-distance relationships.
When they’re ready to take things seriously, the foreign partner can relocate to the United States on a K-1 visa, but they have to get married within 90 days or the foreign partner has to go back home.
After getting married, things become even more complicated because now they have to learn to live with someone they hardly know while also adjusting to the fact that one of them is from a different nation.
We’ll just say that the honeymoon period doesn’t last forever. This exclusive clip from the premiere episode of the sixth season of The Couples Tell All reunion special makes it abundantly clear.
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There is enough material in 90 Days to a Fiancé to keep you busy for weeks, but unfortunately there is no accompanying guide to help you along the way.
In this regard, we can help. If you’re interested in learning more about 90 Day Fiancé but feel too daunted to dive in, we’re here to give you a hand.
This helpful chart organises all 18 series in this franchise, including the primary and spinoff entries. Initially, there are the shows that you should never miss. Think of them as the doorways you’ll be entering through.