Meet the season 4 'Love Is Blind' cast looking for a happily ever after

Will the season 4 'Love Is Blind' cast find the experiment successful? Here's hoping for plenty of 'I do's'

the season 4 Love Is Blind cast of men entering the pods
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It looks like the season 4 Love Is Blind cast members will have their work cut out for them—things are going to get intense!

The pods are open in Seattle and hopeful romantics have ventured in. But, of course, Love Is Blind season 4 is not without its challenges. As we can see from the new trailer, there are adjustments to coupling up, doubts upon entering the real world and—wait for it—a contestant who proposes to two matches.

"I made the wrong choice, and now I'm going to propose to another woman," a male contestant states in the trailer. Holy guacamole, we're still wrapping our heads around Matt and Colleen's living situation from season 3 and trying to make sense of the Raven and SK drama. But this?! Dare we say two engagements in a week is almost as dramatic as #Scandoval?! (Well, almost.) 

Now that the fourth installment is set to premiere on March 24, you're going to want to keep up with the newbies, so check out when to catch all of the Love Is Blind season 4 episodes before getting acquainted with everyone. It's going to be a few-week-long commitment folks, but you won't want to miss a single thing. 

Meet the season 4 'Love Is Blind' cast:

There are 30 singles who are hoping to find a match in the new season of Love Is Blind. Who will come out successful? Will the list of Love Is Blind couples who are still together actually grow?

If you ask host Nick Lachey, it's the most genuine dating show out there.

"The whole premise of the show is authenticity," Lachey told People. "It’s getting to know someone from their true, real self and then introducing the physical.[It's] probably the most authentic dating show we’ve ever seen that ends at the altar, in my opinion."

But what happens at the altar isn't always great. Lachey continued, "You're standing at the altar at the end of Love Is Blind with friends and family staring at you, wondering if you're going to say 'I do,' or if the person you've been with for the last six weeks is going to say 'I do.' That's a very real moment. That's a real marriage."

Will there be "I do's" or runaway brides and grooms?

The gals of 'Love is Blind' season 4

Amber (34)

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April (29)

Ava (32)

Bliss (33)

Brandie (39)

Chelsea (31)

Irina (26)

Jackelina (27)

Kacia (31)

Kendra (33)

Micah (27)

Molly (32)

Monica (31)

Tiffany (37)

Wendi (28)

The guys of 'Love is Blind' season 4

Bill (33)

Brett (36)

Chris (32)

Connor (28)

Jack (30)

Jimmy (29)

Josh (31)

Josh "JP" (30)

Juan (30)

Kwame (33)

Marshall (27)

Paul (29)

Quincy (36)

Ryland (29)

Zack (31)

When is 'Love is Blind' season 4 coming out?

The wait's nearly over, folks: Love Is Blind season 4 premieres on Netflix on Friday, March 24. In the meantime, you can catch up with the messiness of another Nick Lachey-hosted show, Perfect Match

Watch the 'Love is Blind' season 4 trailer:

On Wednesday, March 8, Netflix teased us with what's ahead in the pods. Singles from Seattle make their way over to the experiment and have nine days to form a connection and get engaged—without seeing their other half. 

There are a variety of fears going into this bizarre situation: Tiffany feels as though her age will deter potential suitors. On the other hand, Brett appears to have a hard time letting go of his independence. And then there's the whole "I proposed to the wrong girl" situation that we're dying to sink our teeth into.

Regardless, we wish those romantics the best of luck in their endeavors!

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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