'Love Is Blind' Season 4: Everything We Know

"I made the wrong choice, and now I'm going to propose to another woman."

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We've only begun to process the emotional fallout (and the discourse) of season 3 of Love Is Blind, but it's almost time for the pods to reopen. The reality experiment’s third installment ended with two marriages, one relationship, and at least one confirmed villain à la Shake. The Dallas-set season may be over, but luckily-slash-unluckily, we knew there would be a season 4 even before season 3 of Love Is Blind was announced. Here’s what we know about the forthcoming episodes.

How did the first three seasons of 'Love Is Blind' end?

In its first three seasons, Love Is Blind introduced us to fan-favorite couples, toxic f-boys, an absolute treasure of a woman (shout out to SK’s mom), and a trademark opaque gold wineglass. In case you’re keeping a tally of the outcomes of each go: Season 1’s married couples, Lauren and Cameron and Amber and Barnett, are still going strong. Season 2’s pairs, Danielle and Nick and Iyanna and Jarrett, announced their splits earlier this year, around the release of that season’s After the Altar special. As for Season 3, Alexa and Brennon and Colleen and Matt are still together, after about a year and a half of marriage. Raven and SK got engaged once more in After the Altar, but then broke up.

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Has 'Love is Blind' been renewed for season 4?

Love Is Blind films on a super-fast, slightly frightening schedule. After season 1's breakout success, seasons 2 and 3 were green-lit and filmed one after the other (the season 3 weddings were around June 2022). Then, after season 2 was huge, the series was near-immediately renewed for seasons 4 and 5 in March 2022. Not only that; per Women's Health, both seasons 4 and 5 had already completed filming as of the season 3 premiere!

"We've filmed five seasons," Nick Lachey told the outlet. "Every single one has been so different from the others, so that's what makes it interesting, what makes it intriguing for us allows us to approach every single season with a fresh attitude and fresh perspective."

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Is there a trailer for 'Love Is Blind' season 4?

Netflix has released the dramatic first look at the new season, which previews the tears, arguments, proposals, and weddings to come. It also hints at new developments we've yet to see in the wild social experiment, including a male contestant saying, "I made the wrong choice, and now I'm going to propose to another woman." We also have a rundown of season 4's cast.

When does 'Love Is Blind' season 4 come out?

The first installment of season will launch on Friday, March 24, with Episodes 1-5. The rest of the season will follow the weekly drop schedule: Episodes 6-8 drop on Friday, March 31; episodes 9-11 on Friday, April 7; and the final episode on Friday, April 14.

Where will 'Love Is Blind' season 4 be set?

Season 4 will follow a Seattle-based cast, after previous seasons set in Atlanta, Chicago, and Dallas. Before Netflix dropped the news, the show's crew was spotted filming in several locations in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle in May 2022, a whole 10 months before Season 4 premieres. 

For anyone who's been keeping tabs on possible Love Is Blind cities, previous casting calls have been posted on Instagram looking for people in Washington, D.C.; Charlotte, North Carolina; Detroit, Michigan; and Tampa, Florida; per DCist

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Do we really need 'Love is Blind' season 4?

As I read through finale reactions on social media, I saw several posts questioning whether we need more of this engrossing yet depressing show. Couples have found love over the past three seasons (suspiciously, two get married per season, though they don’t all work out), and pure love is always a win. However, even putting aside the emotional turmoil that a good half of the contestants go through each season, the show seems primed to bring in ratings and discourse that ranges from well-meaning to toxic. Even at hearing that the fourth season was already done filming, my reaction was, my God, another one?

That said, I’m still going to keep watching (mostly because FOMO and it’s part of my literal job). There are lovely moments of serotonin when a couple makes a genuine connection, which briefly cut through the drama. Even though the possible demise of Twitter may take away some of that FOMO, I imagine most current viewers will stay tuned in, and hopefully many will approach the show with empathy for the slow-moving trainwrecks on screen. 

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