Submit for Season 2 of Netflix’s ‘Love is Blind’ here


Single Chicagoans, here’s your chance to be cast on the second season of the popular Netflix Show Love is Blind. The first season of took viewers by storm with its absurd premise: Is Love Blind? Can a group of single men and women, having only spoken through a wall, never seeing one another face to face, become engaged, and four weeks later, married? 

Couldn’t get enough of Jessica’s romantic musings on post work couch hangs? Totally transfixed by the train-wreck that was Cameron’s 4-day-developed “total” devotion to Lauren? Do you want to be the next person to step into a weird, furnished pod at hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey’s bequest? 

Well here’s good news for you, Chicago. The show is now casting Season 2 here in the Windy City. Follow this link for your chance to find out for yourself if love is truly blind.

In the meantime watch the trailer for season 1:

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More of a voyeur when it comes to Reality TV? Well fortunately for you, in addition to Season 2 of Love is Blind, Netflix has announced it will be renewing a slew of its other unscripted programs. 

These include its popular game show The Circle, and Rhythm and Flow, where you can watch Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper alongside fellow judges Cadi B and Tip “T.I.” Harris search for Hip-hop’s next big artist. 

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Stuck and home and ready to declutter? You’ll have an entire new season of Sparking Joy with Marie Kondo to provide some inspiration. 

“It’s been incredible to see Netflix members everywhere respond to the raw, authentic stories of real people and real stakes,” said Brandon Riegg, Netflix Vice President of Nonfiction Series and Comedy Specials. “We pride ourselves on creating a favorite show for any taste, and we’re thrilled fans embraced all of these series with such enthusiasm and shared passion. We look forward to sparking more joy for our members.”

Happy binge-watching!

She claims her mom named her after Twin Peaks iconic character Laura Palmer. Laura Day is a contributing writer for Reel Chicago and Reel 360.