Love is Blind season 3 might not be as good as season two, but it continues to be one of the best reality shows that you don’t want to miss.
This review of the Netflix dating reality series Love is Blind Season 3 does not contain spoilers.
We have the return of my favorite reality dating series Netflix’s Love is Blind season 3. Look, this is the most excited I’ve been to cover something this fall. I will share my thoughts on whether or not season 3 is worth checking out.
Love is Blind season 2 blew season 1 out of the water. The drama, the hatred, and everything in between leading up to the weddings and everything that has happened since. I am intrigued to see if we will have another Shayne/Natalie situation, if anyone will actually get married and stay married, or if this will prove that Love isn’t Blind again.
“It’s the greatest day of my life”
Look, I don’t want to discredit anyone’s feelings but come on, we’ve been talking for one or two days, and these people have breakdowns. So if I were in this pod, I would want to get to know the only person in an in-depth way to find out who they really are. You ask questions about their person, pet peeves, what they like, don’t like, etc. ESPECIALLY since if you find a match, you are supposed to be getting married in four weeks. You want to know this person in and out so that when it comes down to seeing each other, you already know the necessary stuff as you move in together.
However, these people are asking dumb questions that aren’t helpful to anyone. And when the time comes, these folks, saying I love you within the first two days of each other is absolutely absurd. I get it, you want to be loved or want the husband, but a few hours behind the wall, you are saying you love them? Get out of here. You are probably reading this and asking, well, why do you watch it? Because it’s a trainwreck, you can’t take your eyes off it.
I will not spoil anything about the series for those reading this, but I will highlight my favorite person and least favorite person from the series. First up, Cole will be your favorite person on this show. Just true me when I tell you that. He is funny, charming, and absolutely ridiculous. Every time he is on the screen, you can’t help but be excited because you never know what he will say in the world.
For the one we all will love to hate, that is Raven. Whether how it’s her kind of stuck-up ways that stand out or the way she talked down to her partner. It was tough to watch and even somewhat uncomfortable. It always seemed like she had an issue with him or was annoyed by something as small as napping. But, I will say, Bartise does give her a run for her money.
Overall, Love is Blind season three might not be as good as season two, but the series will hook you within each episode just like the prior two seasons did. The relationships are wild, the people are crazy, and while I’m not sure if Love is Blind, I will say that Netflix has a great hit with this show. Feed me about 20 more seasons, please.
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