Calling all Love Is Blind fans. Netflix has some exciting news. While it’s not yet shared the renewal that we’re waiting for, it does involve more episodes of the series. As we get ready for the season finale on February 27, we’re looking ahead to March. There’s a reunion special heading our way.
Netflix made the announcement via Twitter, sharing that the Love Is Blind reunion special will air on March 5 on the streaming service. Your graceful hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey will be back with various contestants.
Who Will Be Part of the Love Is Blind Special?
It’s not yet clear who is going to be back for the special. We can hope that everyone will be, but that’s not always feasible. However, the image used with the announcement certainly makes it look like everyone is possible. We can keep our fingers crossed for that.
The special will involve burning questions. Fans have been asking plenty through social media, and it sounds like Netflix has been scouring to collect them all.
One thing that’s interesting is the body language of the contestants in the image about the special. We know not everyone got along, but some of the looks and ways bodies are turned away from strategic people are extremely telling for the finale.
The final episode of Love Is Blind premieres tomorrow! But the story doesn't end there…
On March 5, all your burning questions will be answered in a can’t-miss reunion special hosted by Vanessa and Nick Lachey pic.twitter.com/6IImBYy3OB
— Netflix US (@netflix) February 26, 2020
Will There Be a Second Season?
Naturally, all Love Is Blind fans need to know if there’s going to be a second season. Right now, Netflix hasn’t made a decision, but the option to run a special reunion is hopeful. It’s clear that this is one of Netflix’s greatest ways of getting into the reality TV space (and it’s tried plenty in the past), so it’s going to want to keep the show around.
One of the great things about the series is the cost. Unlike scripted shows, the costs won’t rise exponentially for so many people. While they may rise for the hosts, the contestants are always going to be new.
According to Oprah Mag, the show’s creator, Chris Coelen, is most definitely up for another season of the series. With him on board and the constant internet chatter, it’s clear that Netflix would be ridiculous for canceling it. Of course, we’ve known Netflix to make some questionable decisions in the past (*cough* One Day at a Time *cough*) but when it comes to Love Is Blind Season 2, I think we’ll see it.
Are you ready for the Love Is Blind reunion special? Would you watch a second season? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Love Is Blind is available to stream on Netflix.
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