90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? catches up with some of the most memorable couples from 90 Day Fiancé as they now face the next chapter in their marriages. The frenzied countdown to the altar may be behind them, but the true drama is just starting to unfold as these newlyweds face life's challenges with someone they barely know.

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-11

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? - Happily Ever After (1990 film) - Netflix

Happily Ever After (also known as Snow White in the Land of Doom, Snow White: Happily Ever After and Happily Ever After: Snow White's Greatest Adventure) is a 1990 American animated musical fantasy film written by Robby London and Martha Moran, and directed by John Howley. The film stars Irene Cara, Malcolm McDowell, Edward Asner, Carol Channing, Dom DeLuise and Phyllis Diller. Its story is a continuation of the fairy tale “Snow White”, wherein the titular heroine and the Prince are about to be married, but the late evil Queen's brother Lord Maliss appears to seek revenge upon them. The film replaces the Dwarfs with their female cousins, called the Dwarfelles. Happily Ever After is unrelated to Filmation's fellow A Snow White Christmas, a television animated film that was the company's earlier Snow White sequel. It was troubled by severe legal problems with The Walt Disney Company, and had a poor financial and critical reception, resulting in the bankruptcy of Filmation. A video game adaptation was released in 1994.

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? - Songs - Netflix

“The Baddest” (music: Ashley Hall, lyrics: Stephanie Tyrell) - Edward Asner “Thunderella's Song” (music: Richard Kerr, lyrics: Stephanie Tyrell) - Tracey Ullman “Mother Nature's Song” (music: Barry Mann, lyrics: Stephanie Tyrell) - Phyllis Diller “Love is the Reason” (music and lyrics: John Lewis Parker) - Irene Cara

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? - References - Netflix