Looks like the pods are here to stay.
Love Is Blind season 4 is in the works, and though we've just wrapped up with party with the Love Is Blind season 3 couples—how about that reunion and that Love Is Blind deleted scene?!—we've already begun to map out our next Netflix marathon. When it comes to addicting series, we like to stay ahead of the game.
In the current season, hopeful romantics are trying to find their person in Dallas, Texas. Once they've built a connection from behind a wall, the singles get engaged, if they so choose. (Bizarre, right?) After saying "I do," that's when they meet face to face and essentially take on their relationship in reverse. While wedding planning, they're still getting to know one another and meeting each other's families. It's very puzzling.
No doubt about it, Love Is Blind one of the oddest dating shows we've come by, but needless to say, the Netflix fan-favorite is TV gold when it comes to reality shows. And luckily for viewers who don't mind getting sucked into the romance and drama, there's plenty more where that came from, so you might want to find a comfy spot on the couch.
'Love Is Blind' season 4—everything to know
'Love Is Blind' season 4 location
Rumor has it the unusual experiment is heading over to the West Coast and taking Seattle on next. Season one took place in Atlanta, followed by Chicago in season 2 and Dallas in season 3. The first three seasons are available for streaming on Netflix.
'Love Is Blind' season 4 hosts
Nick and Vanessa Lachey have assumed hosting duties for the first three seasons of the show and its spinoff, The Ultimatum, Netflix's most nail-biting dating project yet, which finds couples at a crossroads and splits them up—with new partners!—to determine whether or not they want to stay in their union or move on. (Anyone who signs up for it is in for a torturous ride.)
It's likely the former boy band sensation and his leading lady will return, though Netflix hasn't given us the thumbs up or down just yet. We've simply been told more seasons are underway. And considering Vanessa revealed at the season 3 reunion that she and "Uncle Nick" are ready for the first Love Is Blind baby, is safe to say we'll remain in their hands.
'Love Is Blind' season 4 premiere date
At this time, a Love Is Blind premiere date is still in the works, and nothing has been revealed just yet. (Luckily season 3 has just begun.) It's likely the fourth installment will air some time in 2023.
And, if you were in need of an indulgence, we've rounded up our favorite TV shows like Love Is Blind to keep you busy. Plus, we've uncovered the Love Is Blind party game that deserves a spot on your shelves next to Scrabble and Clue.
'Love Is Blind' applications
Think you're capable of finding love in the pods? Well, Netflix wants to hear from you! Visit loveisblind.castingcrane.com (opens in new tab) to submit a 75-question application, and you could be the next one on TV looking for a soulmate. No pressure, right?!
For a minute there, rumors of Love Is Blind Tampa began to swirl, leading people to believe that Floridians could soon be part of the experiment. However, Tampa is but one place where there are casting calls. There are currently casting calls in the following cities:
- Washington, D.C.
Create a profile with Project Casting (opens in new tab)—essentially the LinkedIn for those looking for time in the spotlight—and submit an application for Love Is Blind. Do keep in mind that the posting at the time of publication is several weeks old, but still accepting submissions.
Although the Love Is Blind couples still together are few and far between and Kyle and Deepti have gone their separate ways (apologies to break the bad news) perhaps we'll see an increased in success rate for season 4. (Psst: here's who gets married in Love Is Blind season 3, in case you're curious!)
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment.
The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.
Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets.
When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)
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