Vanessa and Nick Lachey Discuss Love Is Blind Season 3

Are you able to imagine “Love Is Blind” is already returning for one more season? Simply eight months after the Netflix staple concluded its second drama-filled season, the present is again for season three on Oct. 19. “Love Is Blind” beforehand made love matches (and some explosions) in Atlanta and Chicago, and now it is making connections for a brand new set of singles in Dallas, TX, with slightly assist from cohosts Vanessa and Nick Lachey.

“I feel you may take pleasure in season three so far as realizing there’s slightly little bit of all the things that occurs.”

After the numerous breakups that occurred throughout (and after) “Love Is Blind” season two, viewers are curious to see how the season three {couples} will pan out. “Let’s simply say this: there may be numerous love, however you are additionally going to get slightly little bit of all the things,” Nick tells “I feel that is in all probability persistently true with each season. I imply, that is an experiment within the truest sense of the phrase. So whereas it really works for some, it could not work for others, however that is the fantastic thing about [it] . . . I feel you may take pleasure in season three so far as realizing there’s slightly little bit of all the things that occurs.”

The solid of “Love Is Blind” season three did not have the benefit of seeing how the love experiment concluded within the prior season — filming started proper after season two wrapped in spring 2021. Nevertheless, Nick and Vanessa say they imagine everybody on the present knew what they have been getting themselves into primarily based on “Love Is Blind”‘s explosive 2020 debut.

“I feel that each season to date has in all probability seen season one,” Nick says. “So they’d a template of what the present was. Going into the primary season, nobody knew what we have been form of doing, together with us. It was all only a massive unbelievable experiment . . . So I feel what differentiates the seasons to me is that you just’re coping with completely completely different individuals from completely completely different locations. Chicago, very completely different from Atlanta. Dallas, very completely different from Chicago. So that you by no means actually know what you are going to get, which is the enjoyable of it . . . at the same time as hosts, we do not understand how it will prove. So that is what makes it so intriguing for us to be part of it, too.”

Vanessa provides: “There’s an attention-grabbing degree of what was vital in season two, to the solid and the {couples}, and what was vital in season three. But in addition the frequent thread that’s in all three — wanting to seek out love, to be cherished for who we’re, after which including the layers of the bodily half and buddies, household, and the actual world setting . . . [Season three] approached it otherwise, however not as a result of they [didn’t see] season two. That was simply how they have been in that metropolis at the moment and what they have been searching for.”

“Love Is Blind” season two had far more splits than viewers anticipated — the entire closing {couples} broke up, and two are at present within the technique of divorcing. Nevertheless, in protection of season two, Vanessa believes the solid nonetheless made some long-lasting connections — whether or not they have been romantic or platonic. “I would not even say that there was no love in season two,” she shares. “I imply, it did finish the way in which that it did and it did not finish that method proper off the bat. It is a journey, and everybody’s journey is completely different.”

The hope is that “Love Is Blind”‘s season three group will probably be luckier in love, however that’ll come all the way down to which {couples} make it to their wedding ceremony day and truly say “I do” within the season finale, which airs Nov. 9 proper earlier than the reunion particular.

Get able to dig into new “Love Is Blind” drama when season three premieres its first 4 episodes on Oct. 19.

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