The Truth About The New 90 Day Fiance Spin-Off, Just Landed

When you're far apart and in love, anything seems possible. But what happens after you finally meet for the first time, after you get engaged and after getting to know each other through a long-distance relationship and a whirlwind courtship? That's the premise of 90 Day Fiancé: Just Landed, which follows three couples just as they are kick-starting their journey to foreverIt highlights the couples' first 24 hours together in America as they navigate challenges and doubts thrown at them by their soon-to-be American in-laws and their future spouses' friends (via Cheat Sheet)

TLC's 90 Day Fiancé: Just Landed is the latest in a series of 90 Day Fiancé spin-offs that include 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, where the couples that survive navigate the challenges of a bicultural marriage, and 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which chronicles the first trips online couples make to their the country of their soon-to-be betrothed.

Meet the 90 Day Fiance: Just Landed couples

90 Day Fiancé: Just Landed features just three couples. Two of the three Americans have already met their partners face to face, but they've chosen to wait until their respective partners have arrived on U.S. soil to tell their families they're getting married. A third already faces family disapproval over the relationship.

Cole, who is American, met Maria, who is from Bogota, Colombia, when they were both in South Carolina. Cole is a chef, and Maria is an industrial engineering student. Cole hasn't told his family they are engaged, and Maria isn't aware that her future in-laws don't know they are planning to marry, either. Drama, drama, drama. (via Daily Soap Dish).

Angelique, who is from the Philippines but lives in Dubai, met Ray when he was traveling to the Middle East after a devastating divorce. She may have dropped everything to join Ray as his fiancee in the United States, but Ray's family have no idea they are engaged.

Kendahl, a Florida-based telecoms expert, and Hedi, a gym rat from Tunisia, met on social media and after two months are ready to be together in the U.S. as an engaged couple... but, shocker, Kendahl's parents are unhappy about their daughter's relationship.

Those first 24 hours should be jam-packed with plenty of action.

90 Day Fiance: Just Landed is only available online

If you're a fan of the 90 Day Fiancé franchise but don't have time to fit a new show in, Just Landed may be the best new show to binge watchIt has just six episodes and each is only 20 minutes long because, really, even though drama is guaranteed to follow Maria, Angelique, and Hedi, the show only covers their first 24 hours. 

Just Landed is only available to download on TLCgo, or to watch through the TLC app, which means binge watching during your post-holiday commute (or over lunch if you don't feel like being social), is totally doable.