90 Day Fiance's casting director Brooklyn Bagwell has predicted a long future for the hugely popular reality series.
The show, which sees long-distance couples unite in the US on a marriage-contingent 90-day visa, debuted in 2014 and has run for nine seasons and sparked multiple spinoff series.
Talking to Variety about the global success of 90 Day, Bagwell said of its future: "Looking at all of the countries and states we haven't featured yet, and different types of characters we haven't featured yet, I feel like this show has the potential to go on for another 10-plus seasons.
"I'm being honest. I don't see any ending in sight at this point. I think we're just getting started!"
Asked what types of couples she is hoping to cast in future, she replied: "A transgender story is high on the list. We would love to find a deaf couple or a blind couple; we'd love to find a teenager or an extremely visual couple, like two very tall people, or an octogenarian dating an octogenarian.
"It's really, really, really important to us to feature all types of couples."
The ninth season of the main show is currently airing Sundays on TLC in the US and via discovery+ in the UK.