With more drama and fewer rugs, the fans are calling the 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life Tell-All the “best ever.” Find out what viewers are saying.
The first half of the 90 Day: The Single Life Tell-All episode has aired, and the fans are already calling it the franchise’s best-ever Tell-All special. Between the drama, cast involvement, and minimal rugs, the viewers found The Single Life Tell-All part one to be a huge improvement over most of the Tell-All episodes from past seasons. The second half has yet to air, but if what fans have seen in the episode’s promo is any indication, part two will be just as wild and drama-packed as part one.
Over the course of the inaugural season of The Single Life, the fans followed along with Big Ed, Colt, Fernanda, Molly, Brittany, and Danielle searching for love after the relationships that initially brought them to the 90 Day Fiancé franchise fizzled. All 90 Day Fiancé shows and spin-offs include a Tell-All special at the end of each respective season, and The Single Life is no exception. Fans have dragged many Tell-All episodes before for being boring and pointless, but they’ve been pleasantly surprised by what they’ve seen on The Single Life Tell-All thus far.
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The 90 Day Fiancé fans feel that the recent Tell-All episode has been a big improvement for many reasons. First and foremost, Tell-All host Shaun Robinson has been criticized before, but many fans thought that she asked better questions this time around. They also noticed how involved the cast members were and how freely they chimed in with opinions, helping to guide the conversation. Moreover, the Tell-All episode included a lot of new information and details rather than rehashing things viewers already saw on the show. And, of course, the fact that the Tell-All is uncensored doesn’t hurt.
Whatever the reason may be, the fans loved what they saw in part one of the Tell-All. “It starts off fire and it ends fire,” one fan commented on Reddit. Many enjoyed seeing Big Ed get called out by the cast and be held accountable for his behavior on and off the show. However, some viewers still had issues with certain parts of the episode. For example, they didn’t like producers trying to stir up old drama by bringing Danielle’s ex-husband Mohamed on. Also, the “where’s Brittany?” storyline failed to interest a lot of fans who felt that the show was better off without her.
Overall, however, most viewers were very impressed with the first half of the 90 Day: The Single Life Tell-All episode, and are excited to watch part two. From the dramatic blowups to the insightful questions, this Tell-All was a huge improvement from more recent seasons. Hopefully, the episode is an indication that the show’s producers are listening to feedback from the fans and have taken steps to revamp the franchise’s long-standing, stale Tell-All format. Now, viewers are eager for the second half of the explosive Tell-All, and thankfully they don’t have to wait much longer.
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