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Love Is Blind: Everything we know about season 3

We can’t help ourselves: Ever since season two came to a close earlier this year, we have been anxiously awaiting Love Is Blind season three. And finally it is upon us. New singles will hopefully lead to new engagements, new weddings, and new conflicts.

Netflix hasn’t given us much, but it has given us a release date and a few exciting trailers. With any luck, season three couples will have more success than those of season two (both couples from season two who got married are tragically not together anymore).

Here’s everything we know about Love Is Blind season three so far:

It premieres on Netflix tonight. Smack in the middle of spooky season? Thank you very much. Episodes will, as always, drop weekly, with the finale landing on 9 November.

The singles are residents of Dallas. The first season showcased singles from Atlanta, and the second from Chicago.

The teaser trailer indicates a lot of drama. Love Is Blind knows exactly what the people want.

The new cast has been announced. The 30 new singles include a few realtors, a few fitness instructors and a few medical device sales representatives as well as a ballet dancer, an aerospace engineer and a makeup artist.

The full trailer has everything. We're getting proposals. We're getting heartbreak. We're getting a potential fiancé swap? Is love truly blind? We shall see.

The fans are ready to eat it up. “Oh this was quick and I love it!” wrote one Twitter user. Said another, “I am ready!!! But didn’t all the couples or seasons two are divorced already?? I hope we had better chance this season.” Perhaps this person put it best: “This toxic show will be the death of some of us!”

If you’re thinking of signing up for the inevitable season four, remember what season one’s Lauren Speed advised: “When it was time for me to decide if I wanted to get married on #loveisBlind I struggled. I wanted to really make sure I got married because I could see forever with Cam. Not from production pressures or wanting fame. I wasn’t about to get legally married just for television.

"Because once those cameras leave and it’s just you and that person living and creating a life together…fame can’t save you. And who wants to be trapped in an empty marriage that’s hell! I really think this worked for us because it was genuinely 2 people not only finding love…But really falling IN LOVE with each other in the most unexpected way!”

Can’t wait to watch!

This article was originally published on Glamour UK.

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