Ready for the 'Love Is Blind' season 4 reunion? The first-ever live catch-up is definitely going to be intense

Watch the 'Love Is Blind' season 4 reunion as unfolds—no editing, no touch-ups, just messiness

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Expect the unexpected, folks: the Love Is Blind season 4 reunion is doing things a little differently than recaps of seasons past. 

In April 2023, Netflix will bring together the Love Is Blind season 4 couples for the show's first-ever live reunion. No editing, no planning, just unadulterated romantic drama. Needless to say, we're marking our calendars for the event. 

"We actually have no idea what's going to go down at this reunion," co-host Nick Lachey says in a teaser trailer. 

"You know why," Vanessa Lachey, Nick's co-host and wife, responds. "Because we're doing it live." 

Look, we're all anxious for the Vanderpump Rules reunion (date still TBD) but this no-holds-barred live Love is Blind reunion certainly ups the ante and turns the attention away from the SUR crowd. (Plus, the Tom Sandoval interview with Howie Mandel pretty much summed it all up, anyway.) 

'Love Is Blind' season 4 reunion announcement

On Tuesday, April 4, Netflix announced that the Love Is Blind season 4 reunion will air live on the streamer on Sunday, April 16, bringing together the Love Is Blind season 4 cast to reminisce, romanticize and rage about their time in the pods and beyond. The final episode of the season—the wedding episode—will be available beginning Friday, April 14. 

The reunion is the latest live broadcast for the streaming juggernaut, which premiered its first live comedy special, Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, back in March 2023.  

When is the season 4 'Love Is Blind' reunion?

Tune in on Netflix on Sunday, April 16 at 8pm ET and 5pm PT. It's going to be one for the books!

Which couples will be at the 'Love is Blind' reunion?

All five main couples from Love is Blind's fourth season will be attending the live reunion. They are:

However, we're likely to see a few extra faces pop up this go-around. Considering Zack and Irina were couples before he pursued Bliss, we're curious if she's going to make an appearance. Plus, she's been one of the main draws to the show, but her 15 minutes have been messy: Irina Solomonova and Micah Lussier have been endlessly criticized on social media for their mean-girl behavior, and it was definitely a defining factor this season. 

And, of course, we can't forget about Jackie's switcheroo. Though she's engaged to Marshall, Jackie's text messages allegedly reveal that she pursued Josh while still engaged, though her Instagram explanation about the timeline isn't adding up to fans. Ultimately, Jackie and Josh were spotted at a baseball game in April 2023, so we have a feeling how that all plays out—but we're still curious if Josh is going to be making an appearance at the reunion. 

Who is still together from 'Love Is Blind' season 4?

We still have one episode, so we don't know where exactly things stand for our newly betrothed pairs quite yet, but we do expect there to be tension (obviously). 

Though everyone's rooting for Kwame and Chelsea—well, Chelsea, at least—we are skeptical of the pair, mainly because Kwame doesn't seem to be 100% invested. Oh, and he, of course, has another little chat with his former flame Micah at Chelsea's birthday bash. Speaking of Micah, she and Paul are trying to make things work, but they seem to be total opposites. Despite the drama, it seems like it's smooth sailing for Zack and Bliss, but will it continue to remain that way?

But above all, and we cannot stress this enough: if Brett and Tiffany do not say "I do," hearts everywhere will shatter.

Love Is Blind season 4 is currently streaming on Netflix. Here's the schedule for all of the upcoming Love Is Blind season 4 episodes. Be sure to check out other shows like Love Is Blind, too. 

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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