Netflix has given hit reality TV shows Love Is Blind, The Circle, and Rhythm + Flow the renewal green light as well as ordering up a new series from Marie Kondo called Sparking Joy. The reality TV portion of Netflix's vast streaming kingdom has been slowly growing in recent years, with the success of Love Is Blind and The Circle further cementing the genre's success established by shows like Tidying Up with Marie Kondo and Queer Eye. Now, Variety confirms Netflix is bringing back its biggest and...
Welcome to the first edition of Drag Me to Streaming Hell, where we’ll be exploring the darkest and most depraved corners of the digital video abyss. There’s more original programming than ever out there—most of it pretty bad!—and time enough at last to stream it all. So roll up your sleeves, snap on your nitrile gloves, and join us as we dig through the muck. First up: Netflix’s dystopian dating show Love Is Blind.
Love Is Blind will be back for not one, but two new seasons on Netflix. That's right, the reality series everyone is talking about has been renewed for season two and three on the streamer. In
So, you've hunkered down and are social distancing and binged the one reality show everyone is talking about, Love Is Blind, now what do you do?
The show is moving to a new location
Kinetic Content, a Red Arrow Studios company, has been commissioned by the streaming giant to produce two new seasons of its global smash hit series.
"Love is Quarantine" has adapted the Netflix show for Instagram in the time of the coronavirus. Followers tune in to watch quarantined individuals date without ever seeing each other, like on "Love is Blind."
Netflix is doubling down on its reality slate – ordering a new series from Marie Kondo, handing two season renewals to Love Is Blind and The Circle and renewing Rhythm + Flow. The streamer has been recently stepping up its game in the non-scripted space, with Love Is Blind, produced by Red Arrow’s Kinetic Content, [
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After Jillian and Greg binge-watched Love Is Blind, the couple decided to pretend to have a date in the pods. Little did she know, he was about to propose.
Carlton Morton from the hit Netflix show “Love Is Blind” is currently single and has been social distancing at home during the coronavirus pandemic. After fans of the show witnessed his explosive fight with ex-fiancée Diamond Jack on the series, they were left wondering about his life after the show. Morton shared an exclusive update