Here's What You Should Know About 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life

Just when you thought you had a handle on all of the spinoffs in the 90 Day Fiancé universe, a new one debuts to capture your attention. Shaun Robinson, host of 90 Day Bares All, announced on Sunday, Jan. 24, that the latest spin on the franchise will be called 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life.

Us Weekly shares that the show will follow six faces that will be familiar to 90 Day fans. While the relationships that initially landed them on the show didn't work out, the six singles are looking for love again, and taking cameras along for the journey. The cast will include 90 Day Fiancé season 6's Fernanda and Colt, 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way season 2's Brittany, 90 Day Fiancé season 5's Molly, 90 Day Fiancé season 2's Danielle, and 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 4's Big Ed. With so many unforgettable faces from the 90 Day franchise, there are plenty of opportunities to see new love stories unfold.

The singles are already speaking out on what to expect from the new series

During the reveal of 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life, Molly Hopkins was on hand to share her experience with Robinson. "I think you're gonna see a lot of really crazy good times and maybe some not so good," she said. Molly moved on from her failed marriage to Luis Mendez, turning her focus to her business instead (per ScreenRant). She opened lingerie and bra line LiviRae to help curvy women feel good.

Beloved 90 Day figure Big Ed also spoke out about his return to the show. After his relationship with Rose Vega came to an end, he told Us Weekly he lost interest in dating: "I didn't think about women, and then I'm like, 'OK, it's been eight months. Ed, are you going to get back on the horse again?'"

He said he got some help this time around, too. "I hired a dating coach, which I got a lot of insight into who I am," he continued, teasing that he does meet a "wonderful girl" on the show. "I really opened my heart, which is a hard thing to do when you let someone in after so many years. It's scary."