- TV News -'Love Is Blind' Season 2 Will Premiere In February 2022... Without Chloe Veitch
Love is supposed to be patient, but when it comes to the next season of Love Is Blind, you won't have to be patient much longer. Netflix announced that Love Is Blind Season 2 will premiere in February 2022. No official date was set, but this announcement means fans have less than five months to meet the next Lauren and Cameron... or Jessica and Mark (cringe).
To announce when the new season will premiere, Netflix reality TV star mainstay Chloe Veitch (Too Hot To Handle Season 1 and The Circle Season 2) gave the pods a try with other Netflix reality TV stars. Through the "blind date" chambers, she chatted with Shubham Goel from The Circle Season 1, Kevin Kreider from Bling Empire, Peter Vigilante from Too Hot To Handle Season 2, and Dustin the Scarecrow from Sexy Beasts to varying degrees of success.
Love Is Blind Season 1 had its first five episodes drop on Feb. 13 — fittingly a day before Valentine's Day. The next set of episodes dropped on Feb 20. and followed the couples who ended up hitting it off in the pods and had become engaged. Their weddings (or dramatic runaway bride situations) premiered on Feb. 27 and the reunion special aired on March 5.
Then, of course, there was the "After The Altar" reunion special, which premiered in July 2021. That might have held fans over for a bit as Season 2 experienced filming delays due to COVID-19. (In March 2021, co-host Vanessa Lachey told HollywoodLife.com that they had found a safe way to film Seasons 2 and 3.) The Season 2 announcement said that filming is complete now. So perhaps the delay from now until February means fans have some reunion specials on the horizon.
It seems likely that Season 2 will follow a similar schedule to Season 1. That would mean the first set of episodes featuring the dates in the pods will drop around Valentine's Day and new eps will follow each week after. And though it's still five months away if it's as messy as Season 1 was — or as entertaining as the announcement was — it'll be worth the wait.