Netflix Renews Love Is Blind Through Season 5 As Part of Year-Round Reality Romance Slate

By Jessica Lerner 

Love is in the air at Netflix.

The streamer has announced new seasons of fan favorite dating reality series and a few additions it thinks viewers will want to swipe right on.

Love is Blind has been renewed for two more seasons, with new singles and cities in each season.


Season 2 spent five weeks in the top 10 of Netflix’s worldwide English-language TV series chart after its Feb. 11 launch, hitting the top 10 in 54 countries. Season 3 has been filmed and will air later this year. Hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, Season 3 features a group of singles in Dallas who want to be loved for who they are rather than what they look like. They’ve joined up for an unconventional approach to modern dating in the hopes of meeting the person with whom they want to spend the rest of their lives…without ever seeing them.

The singles communicate to a stream of prospective love prospects with no outside interruptions, and when a significant connection is created, they propose and then see their fiancé for the first time. As the couples prepare their wedding day now that they are engaged and back in the real world, they will rapidly learn if they can transfer their emotional connection into a physical one before the fast-approaching nuptials. This enthralling 10-part series will reveal if appearances, race, or age matter, or whether love truly is

Too Hot To Handle Season 4 is coming soon and will follow a “brand new batch of horned-up hellraisers who have just arrived for what they think will be the sexiest vacation of their lives But will this wild cast be able to stick to the rules and abstain from any kind of sexual contact (or self-gratification) in order to form meaningful connections, and keep that prize money as high as their sex drives?”

The Ultimatum premieres April 6, and follows six different couples on the verge of marriage. One of the partners is ready to marry, but the other isn’t so sure. They are given an ultimatum: either commit to marriage or move onin less than eight weeks. Meanwhile, each will pick a new potential spouse from one of the other couples, providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see two alternate futures. The first eight episodes will air on April 6, followed by the remaining episodes on April 13. Soon, there will be an all-queer season.

Love On The Spectrum US, a series following people on the autism spectrum as they navigate the world of dating and relationships, and Dated and Related, a series following siblings as they get up close and personal in each other’s love lives as they search for ‘the one’ together, will both premiere later this year.

Indian Matchmaking will return for two more seasons. Sima Taparia, the professional matchmaker, returns to aid some old faces and new singletons from all over the world who have decided it’s time to entrust their love life to the expert. Season 2 will broadcast later this year, with Season 3 following at an undetermined period.

Jewish Matchmaking is coming soon, and it will follow people from the United States and Israel as they entrust their dating lives to a prominent Jewish matchmaker.

Finally, singles from Netflix reality series have gone to extremes in their search for love. They are, however, still unmarried. They’ll pair up in this new series in hopes of finding the perfect match. Participants from Too Hot To Handle, Love Is Blind, The Circle and Selling Tampa will be among the stars.