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Get your gold wine glass ready. Love Is Blind is back for season 6, and it’s a doozy.
For the uninitiated: Love Is Blind is an “experiment” in which singles date without seeing what each other look like, choosing their final partner based on personality alone. Eventually, some couples do get engaged—sight unseen—and it’s only once there’s a proposal that they finally get to meet face-to-face.
And if you thought the Netflix reality series may have lost steam by its sixth season, you’re wrong. The show is all anyone IRL or online is talking about, from its crazy relationship drama to shocking reveals to, of course, people behaving badly.
Whether you want to catch up quickly for your group chat, find out when new episodes drop, or just can’t stop reading about the show after binging, we’ve got you covered. Here are all the spoilers, tea, shocking moments, and everything else we know about the series, updated as we get it.
Where was Love Is Blind season 6 filmed?
Each season of Love Is Blind has been filmed in a different city, with previous locations being Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, and Houston. Season 6 was filmed in Charlotte, North Carolina.
When do all the Love Is Blind season 6 episodes drop?
Appropriately, the new season started streaming on Netflix on February 14, 2024—Valentine’s Day. The episodes will roll out as follows:
Wednesday, February 14: Episodes 1–6
Wednesday, February 21: Episodes 7–9
Wednesday, February 28: Episodes 10–11
Wednesday, March 6: Episode 12 (finale)
Will there be a reunion?
Yes! Netflix announced on February 23 that the reunion will premiere on Wednesday, March 13, at 9 p.m. ET. It will be filmed in front of a live studio audience, and Netflix is promising “secrets that have surfaced since the experiment concluded” and “surprise guests.”
Here’s a sneak peek:
Who are the couples who got engaged and which are still together?
Five couples got engaged after meeting in the pods, and as of the latest episode drop on February 21, here's where they are now:
Amber Desiree “AD” and Clay: The real estate broker and the entrepreneur have chemistry but have hit some bumps on their road to the (possible) altar.
Chelsea and Jimmy: These are the ones you’ve probably heard about with the Megan Fox drama, and trust us, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Amy and Johnny: This drama-free duo are fan favorites, but viewers aren’t loving his comments about birth control.
As for the other two couples, Laura and Jeramey dealt with a love triangle both in and out of the pods, and as of episode 9 it's not looking good for them. The final minute of the episode features Laura telling her fiance she wants “out" after learning he was out all night with his second choice, Sarah Ann. We have a feeling these two may not be making it to their wedding.
The last couple, Brittany and Kenneth, split during episode 8. While things seemed to be going great for these two in the pods, but they couldn’t make it work in real life, although Kenneth had nothing but complimentary things to say about his ex in a recent People interview.
Does anyone get married?
Still very much TBD.
Is Nick Lachey still the host?
This story may be updated.
Originally Appeared on Glamour