Have you tried getting married in 90 days or dated someone triple your age?

TLCLove is in the air this month on TLC Entertainment (DStv 172) with two brand new series exploring the extraordinary sides of romance.

90 Days To Wed

Returning for a second series, 90 Days To Wed, offers a look into the world of international dating and matrimony. Using a unique fiancé visa, six non-Americans will travel to the US to live with their overseas partners for the first time. Premiering on Tuesday, 3 February from 20:55 the couples must marry before their visas expire in 90 days, or their foreign mate must immediately leave the US and return to their country of origin.

In this series, meet Brett and Daya, who met online while Brett was searching for a Filipino woman with strong family values. Plus, there’s Chelsea and Yamir who connected during a concert by his Nicaraguan boyband, Myla Vox. All the couples will have to overcome language barriers, culture shock and sceptical friends and family – all with the 90 day ticking clock starting the moment they set foot on US soil.

Rolling the dice on a cross-border romance, we discover whether these couples will find their ‘happily ever after’.

Age Gap Love

Six British couples with big age gaps are determined to prove that coming from different generations is no barrier to romance.

Meet 78-year-old Edna and 39-year-old Simon, who met over their mutual love of organ music. With a 39-year age gap between them and Edna now reliant on a zimmer frame, how does the couple keep their spark in the bedroom? Find out on Tuesday, 10 February from 21:50.

It’s competition time…

Ever experienced a date from hell? TLC South Africa is looking for the Top 10 Dates From Hell. Be sure to share your date disasters on our Facebook page to stand the chance of making our favourites list.

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