Love Is Blind to return for second series on Netflix

Love Is Blind to return for second series on Netflix

Netflix dating show Love Is Blind will return for a second series, the streaming service has confirmed.

The series, in which couples got engaged without ever seeing each other after talking while in isolated pods, was an internet phenomenon.

The final episode of the reality show saw two couples tie the knot when they made it to the altar.

Netflix also confirmed the US version of The Circle will return for a second series, as will Rhythm + Flow, starring Cardi B, Chance The Rapper and TI.

The star of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo will return to the service, as she and her team set out to tidy up a small American town in the new series, Sparking Joy.

Love Is Blind, which was hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, concluded with a reunion episode, filmed almost two years after the series was filmed.

It revealed that one couple which did not get married has got back together since filming concluded.

Giannina Gibelli was left devastated after Damian Powers said he could not marry her, but they are now dating again.

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