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Finding a fiance is one of life's most magical moments. But, what happens when your family doesn't approve of your partner? In this breakthrough social experiment, engaged couples AND their disapproving families will live under one roof for three days. Family or Fiance is a Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on March 9, 2019.

Family or Fiance is available for streaming on the OWN website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Family or Fiance on demand at FuboTV online.

Saturday at 10:00 PM on OWN
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
March 9, 2019
Reality
Cast: Tracy McMillan
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Family or Fiance Full Episode Guide

  • An aspiring rapper and his fiancé seek to receive blessings on their union, despite her family's strong objections. But in the process, the bride begins to wonder if a forever commitment to a struggling artist is really in her best interest.

  • A newly-engaged couple leave their families reeling when they surprise them with the news of their upcoming wedding. When their bombshell revelation blows up, the two fiancés are forced to look beyond their fantasy and confront the reality of their lives.

  • A minister and his soon-to-be bride realize that before they wed and enter "happily ever after," they must first exorcise some of the demons of their past, beginning with their strained relationships with her adoptive mother and his absent father.

  • A bride-to-be with two daughters attempts to make peace with her fiance's misogynistic best friend before their upcoming wedding; the couple discovers, however, that the key to a successful union lies in prioritizing and protecting their own.

  • After eight years together and a wedding in two months, a divorced father of two still tries to get his mother to acknowledge his bride-to-be; in the process, he realizes that his own childhood wounds are what really need healing.

  • A young couple hopes to gain the blessings from the bride's family, including her extremely religious grandmother; in the process, the groom wonders if his fiancée's insecure and destructive behavior might signal that she isn't ready for marriage.

  • When a spirited young businesswoman falls hopelessly in love with an older man who suffered a tragic loss, both of their families worry that their impending union may be more about filling a void then building a life together.

  • Two women surprised their families with engagement news and uncovers more concern over their same sex relationship.

  • Confusion arises when a newly engaged couple bring their families together for the first time, but fail to be honest about the problems in their relationship. Two brothers on opposite sides decide to unite and take the matter in their own hands.