Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 Review

By Amanda Guarragi
Published: February 11, 2023 (Last updated: November 15, 2023)
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It was a drama-filled situation this season, and it somehow got even worse after the reunion and these additional three episodes.

We review the Netflix series Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 – it’s time to catch up with the daring romantics from the popular reality show.

Love is Blind Season 3 was exciting because of the relationship dynamics and the pressure to keep up with your partner. Some couples had trust issues, and others did not have strong enough communication to actually hold the relationship together.

The journey these couples went on to find the love of their lives was perfect for reality television because audiences become so invested. In After the Altarwe get to see where each couple is now after the marriage and where exes come back together to have intense discussions.

The most important couple here is Alexa and Brennon because they are the elite couple to come out of this season. They do give people advice, even though it feels a bit unwarranted. The most wholesome and healthy relationship to see flourish is between SK and Raven. After splitting at the altar, we get to see where they are today.

Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 Review

Is Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 good?

If you enjoyed the season with this cast of characters, then After the Altar showcases each relationship and how this show can work for some people.

The reason why these additional three episodes are needed is because of all the drama that went down with Cole and Zanab during the reunion special. The full story was never explored, and Cole was attacked during that episode. There are things that Zanab really explores who she is and why the words he said affected her as much as they did.

There is time spent with each couple, but the focus should have always been on Cole and Zanab. On top of that, Bartiste and Nancy also have a discussion, but Nancy does deserve better than him. After the big blowout at the wedding, they talk and see where they both are mentally with the relationship.

We get to see how they work in the real world when additional people are being invited to parties because the dynamic constantly changes between the cast. Other people who aren’t in the relationship can see that something is not working, especially between Matt and Colleen.

Things start to change once you’ve been in a relationship with someone for so long. The dynamic changes as well as the comfort so different sides tend to come out. All in all, it’s an eye-opening experience because they are all together again after a year of either being apart or being together. This just raises old feelings of resentment that can cause so much drama.

What did you think of Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3? Comment below.

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