Like me, you have pages upon pages of questions after watching the season finale of Netflix's Love Is Blind. The show about people falling in love without ever seeing their partner until after they're engaged has taken over my life. And hopefully, those burning questions about this beautifully psychotic show will be answered in a reunion episode dropping on March 5. You'll be able to watch the episode on the Love Is Blind YouTube channel, as well as from your Netflix account. Here's everything we know about the reunion.
Netflix Dropped a Preview Clip
Netflix knows what the people want, and what we want is a little teaser. Netflix dropped a one-minute clip of Amber Pike calling Jessica Batten out for "throwing herself" at Matt Barnett when all of the couples got to Mexico.
"To see her throwing herself at him in Mexico? Bitch, you're shiesty. You're so fake," Amber says. "Coming to my face like we're cool, you're so fake. I think you're a very disingenuous person, and you know what? I hope seeing this; you do grow from it because that's not what the world needs—is women that go behind people's backs like that."
I mean, I didn't know WWE Smackdown moved to Netflix because it looks like Amber goes in on Jessica at the reunion. Can Thursday please come sooner?
Who's Going to Be There?
If you couldn't tell from the sneak peak clip all our favorites are going to be there. Yes, Jessica (long live this queen), Mark Anthony Cuevas, Lauren Speed, Cameron Hamilton, Giannina Gibelli, Damian Powers, Kelly Chase, Amber, Matt and Kenny Barnes will be back together again in the same room! (Not in pods!) Naturally, Nick and Vanessa Lachey will host the reunion special coaxing the stars into telling us what's been happening since they did (and didn't) walk down the aisle.
Not to mention, the six couples will be joined by other members of the cast who didn't find love inside the pods. The reunion was filmed last week, and the episode will run around an hour long, according to Variety.
Is a Second Season Coming?
A second season has not been green-lit by Netflix yet (a girl can dream), but the creator of the series, Chris Coelen, did tell Oprah Magazine there's a "100 percent" possibility of the show continuing. "I want to see a season 2 or a season 12. Don't you?" he said.
So grab your dog, grab your wine, and rewatch the season finale before the reunion heads your way.
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