Love Is Blind Reunion release time: When does it come out on Netflix and YouTube?
4 March 2020, 12:00
Netflix's Love Is Blind reunion sees the six engaged couples reunite to discuss what's happened in their relationships since the show wrapped filming in 2018. With only two pairs getting married on the show, it's time to find out, who's still married?
Since Love Is Blind ended, we've spent almost all of our free time trying to work out which couples are still married and if any beef between castmates has been quashed. Now it's finally time to find out, as the cast of the Netflix show reunite for one last episode this week - two years after filming wrapped.
The Love Is Blind reunion will see the six originally engaged couples - Lauren and Cameron, Amber and Barnett, Jessica and Mark, Carlton and Diamond, Kelly and Kenny, and Gigi and Damian, sit down for an all-out talk show that will answer the burning questions we've all been waiting for, hosted by Vanessa and Nick Lachey.
The original show saw 30 singletons living in 'pods' for ten days, allowing them to blind date and get to know other potential matches, just by talking through a wall. At the end of those ten days, if you find someone you connect with, it's time to propose (even though you've never seen them), and embark on your new life together, testing your relationship before getting married the following month.
The wedding day saw just two out of six couples get married, with some relationships turning extremely sour, so fans are keen to see what happens when the cast are reunited officially for the first time.
The final episode of Love Is Blind premieres tomorrow! But the story doesn't end there...— Netflix US (@netflix) February 26, 2020
On March 5, all your burning questions will be answered in a can’t-miss reunion special hosted by Vanessa and Nick Lachey pic.twitter.com/6IImBYy3OB
When is the Love Is Blind reunion?
The Love Is Blind reunion airs on 5th March, almost two years after the original show wrapped filming, and a week after the final episode dropped. Yeah, we have no idea what we're going to watch after this, either.
Where can I watch the Love Is Blind reunion?
According to NewsWeek, the reunion episode will only be available to stream exclusively on Netflix's YouTube Channel when it premieres, and won't be available to stream on the platform itself.
Netflix haven't confirmed anything, so it's definitely worth checking your "continue watching" in the morning (we all know it's at the front, let's not be silly here).
What time is the Love Is Blind reunion?
While Netflix haven't confirmed an official time, the usual episodes drop at 12:01am PT, or 8:01am GMT, so we can expect it roughly around then if it does drop on the streaming platform. They haven't given any indication to the YouTube premiere.
Creators have admitted that the reunion episode was actually just a last minute addition due to fan demand, when they realised just how popular it had become.
What happens in the Love Is Blind reunion?
Netflix just dropped the trailer for the reunion, and it looks set to be just as fiery as the show. As the couples sit down to answer fan questions and reunite (enemies and all), things seem to turn sour pretty quickly.
Conversation quickly turns into Amber Pike confronting Jessica Batten (no, not for giving her dog wine), after seeing clips of her hitting on her fiancé Barnett while they were on the couples' trip to Mexico. She brands her a "fake", as Barnett sits there awkwardly between the two trying not to laugh.
While Jessica keeps her cool, Lauren and Cameron have arguably the funniest reactions of all, getting giddy between themselves about the drama that's unfolding.
Diamond Jack and Carlton Morton are appearing on the reunion too, even after their huge poolside bust up over Carlton's bisexuality - an argument that led to them walking off set and never returning. Have wounds healed? Given that they're in the same room again, we're excited to see how it unfolds, and more importantly, see who is still married.
Will there be a Love Is Blind season 2?
The show has not yet been renewed by Netflix, but creator Chris Coelen sounds hopeful that it'll be returning.
Chatting to OprahMag.com, he said there's a "100%" possibility of more seasons, saying: "I want to see a season two or a season 12, don't you? There could be 15 or 20 seasons."
A runner for the show has also hinted that there could be a UK version on the way, and fans are already begging for it to come across the pond.
Sign us up, ASAP.