2020 reality show Love Is Blind has garnered quite a following after an explosive first season. But the heart wants what it wants and we want more. Here’s everything we know about Love Is Blind Season 2.
Blind dates aren’t new to the reality TV genre, but blind marriages are definitely. Love Is Blind brings together singles who are trying to find a good partner for themselves and when things write they say “yes” and get married without seeing each other. The season finale had Amber-Barnett and Lauren-Cameron tie the knot.
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Estimated cast and release date
Netflix switched from Atlanta to Chicago for season 2 to select its cast members. Vanessa Lachey and her husband Nick Lachey (Masked Singer season five winner) will host the show. The cast from Season 1 will not be returning as they will be familiar faces and that goes against the idea of the show, so Season 2 will have all the new faces.
Although the show was extended for 2 more seasons last year, the release date remains a mystery after the pandemic that disrupted production. We can wait until the end of 2021 if we’re lucky. Meanwhile, the spin-off of the show “Love Is Blind: After the Altar” will debut on the 28th of this month.
Expected line of action
Love Is Blind Season 2 will likely follow the same format as Season 1. 15 men and 15 women talk to each other through connected pods with a wall in between. After 10 days of pod dating, a man can ask a woman. If she says yes, the couple (along with other similarly engaged couples) go on vacation together, meet all the people they have dated, and then move to the same apartment complex, where they get to know their families and get to know each other better.
At the end there is the wedding day. The couples stand at the altar and decide whether to marry or separate.
Who doesn’t like to watch strangers fall in love? If that love leads to marriage, that’s a bonus. The show lives from this and delivers it to the audience.