Love Is Blind Season 6: Red Flags, Love Triangles, and the Search for Real Love Love Is Blind Season 6: Red Flags, Love Triangles, and the Search for Real Love
Love Is Blind Contestant Spots Red Flag in Season 6 Trailer
In the Love Is Blind season six trailer, released Jan. 23, one contestant was quick to say goodbye to a guy who asked her a concerning question.
Even when Love Is Blind, red flags aren’t hard to see.
At least, that seems to be the case in the Love Is Blind season six trailer, which Netflix dropped Jan. 23. At one point during the clip, contestant Amber Desiree, aka “AD,” walked out on a pod date after getting a deal-breaking question from another single.
The male contestant asked the 32-year-old real estate broker, “How many followers do you have on Instagram?”
Emotions Run High as Season 6 Cast Overcomes Love Triangles and Jealousy to Find ‘Real’ Love
Love Is Blind season 6 is almost here — and there’s no shortage of drama this time around!
Netflix dropped the season 6 trailer on Tuesday, teasing the journey that’s to come for the 30 new singles in Charlotte, North Carolina. And if there’s one thing that’s certain this season, it’s that love is in the air!
As the new group celebrates the pods being officially open, they also can’t help but wonder if their soulmate is sitting behind those walls. “I feel optimistic that my person is here,” Vince, 35, tells cameras.
Watch the Trailer for Season 6 of Love Is Blind
Love Is Blind has traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina, for its next experiment.
Season 6 of Netflix‘s reality dating series debuts on February 14, and the streamer released a trailer Tuesday in anticipation of the upcoming episodes.
As usual, this season promises plenty of surprises as this new group of singles looks to fall in love without ever having seen each other — and it looks like more than one man will be getting down on one knee. It’s just a matter of whether or not their proposals are accepted.
Singles Embrace Opportunity for Romance in Charlotte
Singles who want to be loved for who they are have signed up for a less conventional approach to modern dating, and will choose someone to marry without ever meeting them. Over several weeks, the newly engaged couples will move in together, plan their wedding, and find out if their physical connection matches their strong emotional bond developed in the pods.
When their wedding day arrives, will real-world realities and external factors push them apart, or will they marry the person they fell blindly in love with?
Love Is Blind and After the Altar are produced by Kinetic Content. Chris Coelen, Ally Simpson, Brent Gauches, Eric Detwiler and Brian Smith serve as executive producers.