How to watch 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined online anywhere for free


Reality TV rarely misses an opportunity to capitalize on whatever’s topical – and that’s certainly the case with the latest cruel, unusual, and highly entertaining off-shoot of 90 Day Fiancé! Here’s how to watch 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined online and stream the latest episode of the series for free this week.

90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined cheat sheet

New episodes of the reality TV spin-off normally air on TLC in America at 9pm ET on Monday nights. In the case of the Self-Quarantined special, cord cutters can get TLC without cable as part of the Hulu + Live TV FREE 7-day trial.

Few would argue that the global Covid-19 lockdown has put a strain on relationships. But throw in a K1-visa application? Now you’ve got the secret recipe for 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined – a five episode special that combines self-shot footage and remote interviews from more than 40 former cast members living under the restrictions of the coronavirus pandemic.

Cue endless stressful situations and awkward moments – to the point that even meeting the in-laws seems like a walk in the park!

For those who may not know, a K1-visa is allotted to US citizens who want to marry a foreign national in America. It’s a case of tie the knot in 90-days or your partner has to return home.

Brimming with real-life drama and emotion, it has quickly become a must-watch show for reality TV fans, so here’s how to watch 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined online – and for free!

How to watch 90 Day Fiancé online from outside your country

For many of us, it’s difficult to imagine being away from home right now, what with Covid-19 having forced a great many countries in the world into lockdown. However, normality will slowly resume – and despite current circumstances, some people may still find themselves abroad during these troubling times.

If that’s the case, a taste of home can be just what the doctor ordered and we’re here to tell you how to access all the normal streaming services and channels you would from the comfort of your couch. All you need is a good VPN and you can watch 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined (and loads more shows) just like you normally would. But which one to choose?

How to watch 90 Day Fiancé online in the US

As we’ve said, 90 Day Fiancé is hosted by TLC in the US – the new five-part Self-Quarantine special starts Monday April 20 and airs at 9pm ET/8pm CT in the same slot each week.

Of course, TLC is a cable channel, which means that cord-cutters face a dilemma if they want to stream it online – though TV subscribers can simply create an account and stream every episode for free as part of their package via the TLC website.

That’s right, the same TLC that was a bastion of educational programming throughout your childhood is now host to 90 Day Fiancé and a host of other classics like Sweet Home Sextuplets and My 600-Lb Life.

For those without cable, there’s an equally easy solution. It comes in the form of Sling TV. Owned by satellite TV providers the Dish Network, it’s an ultra-reliable streaming service that gives you access to over 50 live channels, more than 50,000 movies and TV shows on-demand, and the ability to watch on up to three screens simultaneously – plus cloud DVR storage for any recordings you might want to make.

Better still, it’s currently running a special Happy Hour promotion that lets you watch select content for free between 5pm and midnight ET in the US – covering the new 90 Day Fiancé episode.

Another popular streaming service offering 90 Day Fiancé on catch-up is Hulu, but it only has five seasons of the show to tap into at present and likely won’t have first dibs on the new Self-Quarantined special.

If any of these options sound good but you can’t access them because of geo-blocking restrictions, then just grab yourself a VPN as described above and stream episodes like you normally would.


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