The creator of Love Is Blind has addressed the possibility of a second season
The creator of Love Is Blind has addressed the possibility of a second season.
The unscripted Netflix series has taken the streaming service by storm over the last few weeks - and it is easy to see why.
Basically, it involves a group of singletons who - in an effort to be loved for who are they are, rather than what they look like - sign up for an unconventional approach to dating: meeting the person they want to spend the rest of their life with, without ever seeing them.
After getting engaged, they meet for the first time - and then head back into the real world, where they see if they can turn their emotional connection into a physical one, as they plan their wedding day.
Today [February 27], the 90-minute season finale - which showed the couples' wedding days - arrived. And although a reunion has already been confirmed, fans are already eager to see more Love Is Blind.
In good news, so are the creators of the show.
Love Is Blind creator Chris Coelen told OprahMag.com that there is a "100 per cent" chance of more of the show - provided Netflix renews it for another season, of course.
"I want to see a season 2 or a season 12," he said. "Don't you?"
He added that the pods - where the couples went on their blind dates before getting engaged - still exist, so technically the show could be made again with a different cast of singletons.
It's just down to getting that season two renewal (which we're keeping our fingers crossed will be soon).
If you're looking for more information about Love Is Blind, you can find out which couples said I do - or I don't - here.