Remember Love is Blind? There’s a brand new reunion coming to Netflix 👀

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Love is Blind

by Daisy Hall |

Back at the beginning of 2020 when Covid was a relatively new thing and we were all bonding over banana bread and Tiger King, another series that got a lot of love from viewers was Love is Blind.

Hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, the show was essentially a social experiment where single men and women got engaged before meeting in person, basically like Married at First Sight but they actually got to chat to their potential partners beforehand.

Now Netflix have announced a surprise three-part reunion with the cast of series one called Love is Blind: After the Altar which is set to air on 28 July.

Netflix shared a teaser trailer to Twitter and captioned the clip, “Ever wonder how things are going for the strangers who met and married on Love is Blind? The couples and singles are back for a three-episode anniversary party and they do NOT hold back.”

We can’t wait for all the drama.

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Amber and Barnett

Amber Pike and Matt Barnett had an immediate physical connection on the show, but Amber's student loan and credit card debt threw doubt on their relationship. I mean, who doesn't overspend on MAC lipstick sometimes, right? Barnett's family appeared less than impressed when they met Amber, and Barnett later revealed that he might not be able to go through with the wedding if his family didn't approve.

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A few months after the show first aired, show runner Chris Coelen revealed that there were plans for a series two as well as the possibility of filming a UK version of the hit series.

He told Metro, “We’re certainly talking about season two. I think it’s safe to say we’ll be seeing people put to the test of whether love is blind well into the future. That’s what I would certainly hope for.”

When asked about potentially bringing the show over the pond Chris added, “Absolutely! 100 percent yes. Let’s make it happen, I’d love it.”

Luckily it was announced earlier this year that series two and three had both been given the greenlight by Netflix and are currently casting for the show.

Speaking about the process, Chris told Entertainment Weekly, that contestant are chosen by a casting department who “reach out to people who they felt would be genuinely interested in this kind of commitment.

“We want people who aren’t just doing it for attention.”

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