Love Is Blind Season 3 Could Come Sooner Than You Think

Love Is Blind Season 3 Could Come Sooner Than You Think
  • Warning: This article has spoilers for Love Is Blind Season 2.

    Love Is Blind Season 2 just ended after 10 episodes of tension-filled drama and romance. We officially know who made it and who didn’t, although there’s more than likely an After the Altar update coming for one final check-in with the married and unmarried couples.

    Over the course of the season, we’ve watched our six pairings fall in love in the pods, meet in real life, introduce each other to their parents, and nervously stand at the altar. Not everyone has their family’s full support or was able to impress their in-laws. Overall, it looks like there won’t be a perfect Lauren and Cameron-type couple this season.

    But now that it’s all over, it’s time to look forward to the next 30 men and women who will go through this strange and wonderful social experiment, seemingly much to the chagrin of their family and friends. Back when Season 1 ended, Vanessa Lachey let the good news slip: both the second and third season were filmed back in 2021, according to her interview with Entertainment Tonight.

    So when can we expect even more Love Is Blind? It may be sooner than you think. Scroll down for the most up to date information, and check back here as we get closer to the release date.

    Everything We Know About Love Is Blind Season 3

    Is Love Is Blind Coming Back For Season 3?

    100% YES. Netflix renewed the show for two seasons immediately after the first season aired. So, don’t worry, your reality television obsession won’t be gone for long.

    When Is Love Is Blind Season 3 Going on Netflix?

    We don’t know yet! But, since filming is already done, it’s safe to say we’ll get it soon, possibly by spring 2022. First, we have to wait for any Season 2 specials, like Season 1’s After the Altar. We’re not quite done with our second season couples yet. There’s still time to see if they, post-marriage, decide to call it quits.

    So before Season 3, look out for Season 2’s After the Altar, and of course, keep up with the entire cast’s Instagrams if you want to see how each of them are doing post-show.

    Milan Polk is an Editorial Assistant for Men’s Health who specializes in entertainment and lifestyle reporting, and has worked for New York Magazine’s Vulture and Chicago Tribune.

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