Love Is Blind on Netflix: How many episodes are in Love Is Blind? When’s the next episode?

Netflix launched its brand-new dating show with a difference on February 13, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Much like Channel 4 series Married At First Sight crossed with The Circle, Love Is Blind sees five couples getting to know each other without meeting face-to-face. The couples will then decide whether to get engaged and ultimately tie the knot.

How many episodes are in Love Is Blind?

There are a total of 10 episodes in Love Is Blind but unlike most shows, this isn’t a mass drop.

Instead, in a first for Netflix, episodes will be released over the course of three weeks.

The first five episodes were dropped on February 13 and another four will be hitting the platform on February 20.

Audiences can watch the final episode on February 27, which will reveal which couples ended up tying the knot.

Here is a list of Love Is Blind episode titles:

Week 1

  • Episode 1. Is Love Blind? – February 13, 2020
  • Episode 2. Will You Marry Me? – February 13, 2020
  • Episode 3. First Night Together – February 13, 2020
  • Episode 4. Couples Retreat – February 13, 2020
  • Episode 5. Last Night in Paradise – February 13, 2020

Week 2

  • Episode 6. Moving in Together – February 20, 2020
  • Episode 7. Meet the Parents – February 20, 2020
  • Episode 8. Countdown to I Do’s – February 20, 2020
  • Episode 9. Bachelor & Bachelorette Parties – February 20, 2020

Week 3

  • Episode 10. The Weddings – February 27, 2020

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Love Is Blind marks a shift for Netflix which previously dropped shows in one go for viewers to binge.

However, it appears the series is trying out different ways of screening programmes.

Although Amazon Prime also does mass drops like Netflix, other streaming platforms release episodes weekly.

Hulu, Disney+ and Apple TV+ all release episodes weekly with fans having to continue to subscribe to their services to finish the show.

Also, the streaming service seems to be trying to make its mark on the reality series market and tap into the success of the format.

The show is host by husband and wife duo Nick and Vanessa Lachey.

The first part involved the singletons going on blind dates, whereby they chatted to other romantic hopefuls through a screen in separate pods.

The contestants lived on set while the dating process took place over the course of 10 days.

So far, only Week One has taken place with Love Is Blind fans eagerly waiting for Week Two.

In the next stage, those singletons who feel like they’d met someone they connected with decide to get engaged.

At this point, they were allowed to see their prospective partner and live with them for four weeks.

During this month, the couples get to know each other and decide whether getting hitched is the right move.

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The finale and Week Three sees the weddings taking place with viewers finding out which of the couples tied the knot.

Love Is Blind was created by Chris Coelen and has already been filmed.

In an interview with Variety, Coelen explained Love Is Blind was an idea he had two years ago and wanted to develop for Netflix.

He said: “Across the world, everybody feels the same way: Everyone wants to be loved for who they are on the inside.

“It doesn’t matter where you live, what you look like, how old you are, what your background is, which class you know, or social structure you feel like you’re a part of, everyone wants to be loved for who they are.”

“In today’s society we’ve got all these ways to find love through dating apps and technology. Those things sort of counterintuitively have made people feel disposable.

“They’ve made people feel like it’s all surface level. It does the opposite thing it was supposed to do.

“So we thought, what if we took everybody’s devices away, how could we get them to focus on connecting with other people?”

Love Is Blind is streaming on Netflix now

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