Netflix has commissioned Red Arrows Studio’s Kinetic Content for two new seasons of its series “Love is Blind.” “We’re grateful for how ‘Love Is Blind’ has resonated so strongly with audiences across the world, and we're truly thrilled that our partners at Netflix have provided us the opportunity to give more people this chance to explore whether love can truly be blind,” CEO of Kinetic Content, Chris Coelen said.
“Love Is Blind” attained global success through Netflix since its launch on the 13th of February. The 10-episode show was titled number one in multiple territories around the world, including the United States, the UK, Germany, Australia, and Canada. It continues to rank in the Top Ten in most countries. The show’s two-hour finale, released on February 27 and reunion special on March 5 generated worldwide media coverage and attracted large audiences to the series. The show is currently casting for season two in Chicago, with plans for season three in motion. The executive producers are Chris Coelen, Sam Dean, Ally Simpson, Eric Detwiler and Brian Smith from Kinetic Content.
Alongside “Love is Blind,” Kinetic produces a wide range of series, including “Married at First Sight,” whose 11th season is commissioned and 10th season continuing to attract series-high ratings, “Friends Speak,” the highest-rated program on Reelz for each of the past two years, Lifetime’s number two and three highest-rated series “Little Women: Atlanta and Little Women LA,” “Seven Year Switch” with three seasons on Lifetime in the US, as well as localized versions territories worldwide, Discovery’s “Man vs. Bear; Bravo’s Spy Games,” and Lifetime’s “Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love,” which launched its second season on Lifetime last month and has already generated a hit localized version in Australia.
In “Love is Blind,” single individuals hope to meet the person they want to spend the rest of their lives with, without ever seeing them. With no outside world distractions, the pair talks about a line of potential love interests and if a meaningful connection is made, they propose and are then allowed to meet their fiance for the first time. As the couples plan their wedding day, they will quickly discover whether they can develop a physical connection before the fast-approaching ceremony. The series is hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey.
We’re grateful for how ‘Love Is Blind’ has resonated so strongly with audiences across the world, and we're truly thrilled that our partners at Netflix have provided us the opportunity to give more people this chance to explore whether love can truly be blind.” Chris Coelen CEO of Kinetic Content