Mike Burke is rumored to be returning to 90 Day Fiancé

Mike Berk has earned his villain status for 90 Day Fiancé fans, however, there are signs he'll be returning for season 6 of Before The 90 Days.

90 Day Fiancé actor Mike Burke recently announced his engagement, and since then there have been rumors that Mike will appear in the upcoming season of the team. Mike appeared on 90 Day Fiancé: 90 Days Before Season 5 alongside his ex, Ximena Morales, when he first traveled to Colombia to meet her. Mike and Ximena's relationship didn't end there, and she broke up with him at the end of the season. Mike recently shared that he is engaged to another woman, but her identity has not been revealed.

90 Day Fiancé star Mike may not be done with the franchise yet, however, as his sister-in-law Cassandria recently claimed he will be cast in the upcoming season. Cassandria responded to the comments about Mike on an Instagram post, writing: "Yes he was on the show for season 5 and they will be in season 6..."

Not sure what Cassandria said" who they're referring to, but she's probably referring to Mike and his now fiancé. It could be implied that Cassandria means Mike will be in the next season before 90 days, Although unless Mike's fiancé doesn't live in the US, it doesn't mean anything.

90 Day Fiancé Fans Do Not Want Mike Berk On Another Season

90 Day Fiancé fans on Reddit were not thrilled to hear the news of Mike's possible return, as he was labeled a villain before and after his appearance in Season 5 of The 90 Days. Reddit user Atomicsofie started a thread about the rumor, captioning it, "Mikey B's sister-in-law leaked in his IG comment that he's going into season 6." Fans in the comments weren't happy to hear the news , one read, "I think it's so weird that TLC keeps bringing back people that fans absolutely hate." Others agreed, emphasizing that they had no interest in watching Mike in any future seasons or spinoffs.

The producers of 90 Day Fiancé do have a history of bringing villains back for more seasons in hopes of boosting ratings, however, this has sometimes backfired, causing fans to stop watching altogether. The most recent franchises to do so are Angela Deam and "The Hunk" Ed Brown, and many fans have taken issue with their disturbing behavior. Likewise, Mike is accused of horrific mental abuse of Ximena 90 days earlier, and as As a result, the idea of ​​having him appear in any future seasons has not been well received.

While there is no concrete evidence to support Cassandria's claim that Mike was brought back, she has no reason to lie as she knows viewers will see her comments. Ironically, it's an unlikely coincidence that the news comes the day after Mike announced his engagement. While the 90 Day Fiancé fans in the Reddit thread don't want to see Mike anymore, unfortunately, he may be back on their TV screens sometime in the near future. Before The 90 Days may air its next spinoff, fans will soon find out if there's truth behind the rumors.

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