In Good News For Once, ‘Love Is Blind’ Is Coming Back For Two More Seasons
Love Is Blind captivated us all earlier this year and Netflix has announced the show will be returning for two more seasons so we can watch in joy and horror as strangers profess their love for each other, meet face-to-face, and then decide if they want to get married.
In case you haven’t seen it, the series concept is basically this: singles get to know each other in separate pods and form a connection without seeing each other face-to-face. Couples pair off and became engaged before meeting IRL, then were sent on honeymoons and to live with each other all before having to decide if they wanted to seal the deal permanently and get married. It’s like MAFS without all the filler.
If you haven’t watched it yet, then there are no excuses now: get on it! Also for some reason Nick Lachey and his wife Vanessa hosted it.
The first season saw two couples – Cameron and Lauren, and Barnett and Amber – tie the knot in the end, but the reunion showed us that Damian and Gigi had also reunited again and were still happily dating.
And of course, season one brought us drama with Jessica and her messy ways of staying with Mark and sending him constant mixed messages while appearing like she was still pining over Barnett. We’ll forever have the word “shiesty” in our vocabulary due to season one and for that, we’re forever grateful.
Watch the first clip from Thursday's Love Is Blind Reunion as Amber tells Jessica what she really thought about those conversations with Barnett pic.twitter.com/JSl3PFdsHV
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Netflix also announced the return of The Circle and we only wish we had these shows to be bingeing right now.
Marie Kondo and her team will set out to tidy up a small American town in the new series, Sparking Joy! pic.twitter.com/KoC4PUkhVs
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Actually, one more request Netflix: I reckon we also need an Aussie version of Love Is Blind. Just something for you to consider. Cheers.