Love Is Blind Season 2 Confirmed With 2021 Release Date As Coronavirus Delays Productions
2 March 2020, 11:11 | Updated: 25 March 2020, 16:13
Netflix's Love Is Blind took the streaming service by storm, so you can't blame us for being just a tad excited about the anticipated second season which has been confirmed and a new city chosen for hopeful romantics!
Netflix's smash hit dating series, Love Is Blind has finally been confirmed for a second series, but with a release date in 2021, we shouldn't raise our hopes to be watching it in lockdown, as production for shows is delayed during the Coronavirus outbreak.
The series saw unlucky romantics dating, without actually seeing each other, as they were separated in isolated pods; until they felt a connection and proposed- and here's everything we know about the next series.
Until now, there has been no official word on another series, with the show's creator, Chris Coelen, seeming confident, jokingly saying "I think we'll be doing season 20", but now, it's been given the green light for series 2.
When will Love Is Blind, Season 2 be released on Netflix?
The second series may have been released in 2020 if everything hadn't been forced to grind to a halt during the global pandemic- but we don't know that for sure.
There is no official release date for series 2 yet, only that it will drop in 2021.
The first season of the reality show debuted on Netflix, dropping the first five episodes on 13 February 2020, followed by nine more episodes a week later, with the final arriving a week after that.
Where can I watch the Love Is Blind, Season 2 trailer?
The show has a YouTube page, where you can watch the reunion show for series one, so when there is a trailer to watch we suspect you can head there to see it!
Who will be in Love Is Blind, Season 2? How are they cast?
An interesting detail about the upcoming second series, as revealed by Vulture, is that the show will be finding their second pool of people from Chicago, rather than Atlanta!
Unlike Love Island, Love Is Blind haven't put out a call for people to apply for the show. Instead, each applicant was hand-selected by the show's casting department, as they wanted people who were genuinely interested in finding love; not just doing it for attention.
"There's certainly plenty of places for people who want to do stuff for the attention. We wanted to be really dealing with people who were genuinely interested in it," said Chris.
Where will Love Is Blind, Season 2 be set?
The show's creator has shown interest in taking Love Is Blind across the country of America, if not across the entire planet.
Originally, the entire cast were from Atlanta, giving their relationships a better chance at flourishing, but Coelen said that he would have a conversation with Netflix about going to a lot of other "great cities".
"There's certainly plenty of places for people who want to do stuff for the attention. We wanted to be really dealing with people who were genuinely interested in it."
Speaking to Metro, Chris said that he'd love to take Love Is Blind to the UK.