37 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets From Netflix’s Love Is Blind
Netflix‘s most recent foray into trashy reality TV programming is absolutely their most unbelievable. Hosted by Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey, 15 men attracted to women and 15 women attracted to men enter two separate suites and can only communicate with one another through a blue wall. That is until they get engaged. Once someone gets onto bended knee, they get to see their new fiance(e) for the first time — and prepare for their wedding, which will take place in less than a month. The obvious question is how much do looks really matter and can ten days in a pod forming an emotional connection with someone really override your need for them to have a specific “look.” It helps that most of the couples Love Is Blind‘s casting directors chose are conventionally attractive.
The first ten days of the social experiment are boiled down to two episodes and only ten episodes comprise the whole 36-day process — so there’s a whole heck of a lot the Love Is Blind audience doesn’t get to see. We’ve done some deep digging to the most remote crevices of the worldwide web to find shocking and interesting behind-the-scenes secrets from Netflix’s Love Is Blind that will answer all the questions you were too ashamed to ask.