90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days, Season 4 got fantastic premiere numbers. Certainly, the season delivered some interesting characters compared to the previous show. Naturally, with characters like Big Ed, Yolanda, and Geoffrey Pascall, fans looked forward to the Tell-All. However, rather unsurprisingly, the coronavirus resulted in filming stopped for the time being. Perhaps Sharp Productions will figure out some way to deliver. However, uncertainty surrounds the practicality.
90 Day Fiance fans anticipated the Tell-All might get delayed
When the new season first aired in February, coronavirus news mainly focused on China. Nobody really knew the impact that came about for Americans. Across the nation, people go into self-isolation as the government hopefully contains the spread. So, it’s no big shock that Sharp Entertainment won’t film the Tell-All. Set for April 3 and 4 on their schedule, they pulled the plug. Hopefully, though, they manage some way of getting something out for fans of the franchise.
TV Shows Ace reported the popularity of the new season. It saw massive viewing numbers during the premiere. Back in March, we noted, “that the ratings screamed through the roof.” The “franchise recorded the highest numbers ever for one of their premieres.” However, a few days back, the Daily Soap Dish speculated filming for 90 Day Fiance could end up interrupted. Now, @fraudedbytlc on Instagram shared the news about the Tell-All.
News arrives that the Chelsea Market studio shut down
On Thursday, the Fraudedbytlc account shared a notice about the Tell-All. Their post noted that Sharp Productions might find some other way for a scaled-down Tell-All. However, they seem uncertain about the possibility. Naturally, fans reacted to the bad news. Not all of them think the news too bad. One commented that they always find out what really happened via Instagram anyway. Another fan noted, “The last ‘Tell All’ was boring! Two hours of my life I’ll never get back! 😠”
Some 90 Day Fiance fans took the opportunity to diss on the host, Shaun Robinson. One said, “Everyone needs one of those weird screens shipped to them.” They suggested they just use Skype. The fan added that setting up and recording could work as “Shaun asks pointless questions.” After all, they could send the recordings to “the Pillow Talk” cast. Actually, many people agreed that Tell-All filming would be better done after the end of the season.
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Tell All filming postponed. It shouldn’t be filmed this early anyway given how much transpires off screen before the end of the season. Thank you @__practicallyperfect #90dayfiance #90daytheotherway #theotherway #90dayfiancebeforethe90days #90daysbeforethe90days #beforethe90days #90dayfiancehappilyeverafter #90dayfiancepillowtalk #podcast #podcasts #90dayfiancepodcast #realitytvpodcast #trashtvpodcast #thefraudcast #fraudedbytlc.
Some fans hope for an extended season
So much drama plays out this season, that some hopeful fans think maybe unaired footage could get cobbled together. That way, they might even see an extended season of the show. What do you think about that? Sound of your thoughts in the comments below.
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