Source: Digital Spy

The most watched streamer Netflix has announced a limited spin-off series of Love is Blind. The show first debuted in February last year, falling into the dating genre and the show was instantly a hit. The news of the spin-off series was shared via Netflix’s twitter handle on 8th July, 2021. This surprise spin-off is scheduled for later this month and the three-part special series will also catch up with the existing cast members of Season-1. A teaser was released by the streamer alongside a caption which read: “Ever wonder how things are going for the strangers who met and married on Love is Blind? The couples and singles are back for a three-episode anniversary party and they do NOT hold back.” Added with “Love is Blind: After the Altar premieres 28 July.”

Well, some of the fans were more excited than anticipated as the comment section witnessed two comments, the first one stated: “OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD!!!!” and the second one stated: “YES that’s now in my calendar.”

Source: iNews

As per Netflix, “For three episodes, catch up with your favorite couples and singles as they settle back into their daily lives in Atlanta. How will Amber and Barnett feel about seeing Jessica? Will Diamond and Carlton ever make amends? Who might make a surprise appearance? And who won’t even show up for the party because of all the drama that’s happened in the past two years? Ultimately, when it comes to love, the experiment never ends.” This is clearly giving us the idea of what we are going to witness in this limited three-episode series. The entire Season-1 cast is reassembling for an anniversary party to celebrate Amber and Barnett and Lauren and Cameron. Chris Coelen, Ally Simpson, Eric Detwiler, Brent Gauches and Heather Crowe serve as executive producers on the series, which hails from Kinetic Content.

Coming back to last year March 2020, the showrunner Chris Coelen of Love is Blind explained why there’ll never be a LGBTQ+ iteration of the format, he said, “This is not a show that is particularly about sexuality. But with that said… I do think that, based on the setup of it, a LGBTQ+ version of it has some logistical difficulties in the current setup.” He also added, “But do I think there is some sort of variation that might ultimately work? Potentially! I would love to figure that out.” 

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