Love Is Blind, hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, aired its second season last month, with the show — in which singles date without ever seeing each other, with some even getting engaged sight unseen — spending five weeks on Netflix’s global Top 10 list among English-language TV series.
It had previously been renewed for a third season, which will now air later this year, according to Netflix. Love Is Blind: After the Altar, a Season 2 reunion, will also air later this year.
The announcement comes amid a flurry of reality romance news from Netflix, which has announced a year-round slate of dating shows. Season 2 of Indian Matchmaking will air later this year, and Season 3 has been renewed. Jewish Matchmaking, a new offshoot, has also been ordered. The Ultimatum, which premieres on April 6, will also have an all-queer season, and an American version of Love on the Spectrum will premiere later this year. A Bachelor in Paradise-style crossover series has also been ordered, with stars from Love Is Blind, Too Hot to Handle, The Circle, and other shows mingling and dating each other.
Love Is Blind, a show in which singles get to know each other without seeing each other until the proposal, has been renewed for Season 5. This follows the success of its second season, which fans will be able to catch up with when a new instalment of Love Is Blind: After the Altar premieres later this year. Season 3 will also premiere in 2022. (in Dallas). Each season will introduce new singles and cities.
The first eight episodes of The Ultimatum, which follows six different couples on the verge of marriage who must commit or move on in eight weeks, will air on April 6th. The final episodes will be released a week later. A season dedicated entirely to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people has been ordered.
Too Hot to Handle will return for a fourth season in the near future. Once again, singles will arrive for what they believe will be the sexiest vacation of their lives only to discover that in order to form meaningful connections and win money, they must refrain from any kind of sexual contact (or self-gratification).
Finally, Nick Lachey will host a new series that will bring together stars from your favourite shows. “Singles from Netflix reality shows have gone to extraordinary lengths to find love.” “However, they are still single,” the logline teases. “In this new series, they will pair up to match each other and themselves in the hopes of finding the ideal match.”