Netflix’s ‘Love Is Blind’ creator wants many new seasons


@loveisblindnetflix a unique way for singles to meet and get to know each other, void of all outside distractions like family and social media….without being able to prejudge visually. Not only did it serve as a surprise escape from some of the harsh realities of life, but it also was an inspirational reminder that no matter who or where you are…love is available….if you are honest and open to receive it. The timing of its release was perfect. Anything that allows us as human beings to put aside our differing personal beliefs and opinions, to come together in shared moments of love, laughter, pain and hope….is priceless.

No ffense to The Bachelor, but Love Is Blind is obviously the best dating show on TV. Much like Nick Lachey is ~obviously Nick Lachey~, if you know what I mean. The Netflix series was a surprise hit when it dropped a few weeks ago, charming fans with its delightful mix of romance, drama, and sheer insanity. I mean, the plot of this show literally takes the concept of a “blind date” to a whole new level: The contestants “date” while living in a horrifying underground bunker, and they never physically see each other until they decide to get engaged and are finally let back out into the sunlight.

But what’s even crazier is that the show actually worked: I’m not gonna spoil it for you, but two pretty strong marriages and one extremely questionable relationship came out of Love Is Blind. So…can we expect seconds? Here’s what we know about a potential Love Is Blind season 2.

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Creator Chris Coelen told OprahMag.com that he’s “100 percent” down to make more seasons, saying, “I want to see a season 2 or a season 12. Don’t you?” He also confirmed that the Pods (where the cast first meet each other) were custom-made for the show and are still lurking around Atlanta somewhere. Good to know for when the inevitable zombie apocalypse hits.

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