Fans of Love Is Blind Season 2 will soon be able to discover out what happened to the characters of Season 2 after they said “I do,” or simply left the wedding altar unmarried. Only two couples—Nick and Danielle and Jarrette and Iyanna—got married after 10 heart-pounding episodes, while the other three went their own ways.
Regardless, fans may expect to see all of the original cast members during the reunion concert. For the fifth time in Season 2, we’ll see how the five couples that made it to the wedding chapel have evolved since then in Episode 11 of Season 2.
This is going to be an emotional reunion for the Season 2 cast. All the details about the Netflix reunion show are right here.
When Will There Be a Reunion Special for the Love Is Blind Season 2?
On Friday, March 4, 2022, Netflix will air the Love Is Blind Season 2 reunion show in the United States.U.S. viewers have the option to begin watching new Netflix episodes as early as 3:00 am EST, or 12:00 am PST, but UK viewers normally have to wait until 8:00 am GMT to access new episodes.
Which Love Is Blind Couples Will Be Reunited for the Second Season Reunion Special?
Like the cast of Season 1, all five couples who made it to their wedding day in Season 2 are anticipated to appear at the reunion show.
- Nick and Danielle
- Jarrette and Iyanna
- Abhishek ‘Shake’ and Deepti
- Shayne and Natalie
- Mallory and Salvador
- Shea’na and Kyle
It’s likely these couples will be at the reunion.
Season 2 Reunion Show Host: Who Will It Be?
Love Is Blind Season 1 hosts Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey, who have been married since 2011, are expected to headline the reunion special. Three children have been born to the couple. Their wedding day and the activities leading up to it were documented for a TLC wedding special that aired in 2011.
They’ve been presenting the show since 2020, functioning as mentors for the participants of the experiment, which they started in 2020.
What Happened in Love Is Blind Season 1?
In Season One, the Love Is Blind experiment was successfully implemented. There were six engagements made in the pods, but only four of them made it to the altar. Last year’s “After the Altar” special featured two couples, Amber and Barnett, and Lauren and Cameron, who got married and are still together today.
For the record, both couples are still together! This past November, Amber and Lauren celebrated their third wedding anniversary by posting heartfelt Instagram tributes to each other.