Love Is Blind Season 6: All the Spoilers, Shocking Moments, and More You Need to Know

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Get your gold wine glass ready. Love Is Blind is back for season 6, and it’s a doozy.

For the uninitiated: Love Is Blind is an “experiment” in which singles date without seeing what the other person looks like, choosing their final partner based on conversation—and personality—alone. Eventually, some couples do get engaged—sight unseen—and it’s only once there’s a proposal that they finally get to meet face-to-face.

And if you thought the Netflix reality series may have lost steam by its sixth season, you’re wrong. The show is all anyone IRL or online is talking about, from its crazy relationship drama to shocking reveals to, of course, people behaving badly.

Whether you want to catch up quickly for your group chat, find out when new episodes drop, or just can’t stop reading about the show after binging, we’ve got you covered. Here are all the spoilers, tea, shocking moments, and everything else we know about the series, updated as we get it.

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We were all rooting for you, Trevor.

Where was Love Is Blind season 6 filmed?

Each season of Love Is Blind has been filmed in a different city, with previous locations being Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, and Houston. Season 6 was filmed in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The cast of the new season of *Love Is Blind.*
The cast of the new season of *Love Is Blind.*
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When do all the Love Is Blind season 6 episodes drop?

Appropriately, the new season started streaming on Netflix on February 14, 2024—Valentine’s Day. The episodes schedule is:

  • Wednesday, February 14: Episodes 1–6

  • Wednesday, February 21: Episodes 7–9

  • Wednesday, February 28: Episodes 10–11

  • Wednesday, March 6: Episode 12 (finale)

  • Wednesday, March 13: Reunion (6 p.m. PT, 9 p.m. ET)

Will there be a reunion?

Yes! Netflix announced on February 23 that the reunion will premiere on Wednesday, March 13, at 9 p.m. ET. It was filmed live in front of a studio audience, and Netflix promises “secrets that have surfaced since the experiment concluded” (ahem, Trevor) and “surprise guests.”

Here’s the trailer:

Woof, let's unpack this.

To start, several couples from the previous seasons of Love Is Blind, including Chelsea and Kwame and Alexa and Brennon, make an appearance to ask the hard questions, like, “Were condoms not an option?” Well, someone's gotta do it, right?

It seems like we'll get some closure on the status of AD and Clay's relationship, too. “She's honestly the love of my life and I did make a mistake,” says Clay, while a misty-eyed AD (in that dress!) exhales.

Clay Gravesend and AD Smith.
Clay Gravesend and AD Smith.
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And then there's the Jeramey, Sarah Anne, and Laura of it all… It sure looks like Jeramey and Sarah Anne are together, based on this photo of the two:

Jeramey Lutinski and Sarah Ann Bick.
Jeramey Lutinski and Sarah Ann Bick.
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Laura, meanwhile, appears to have missed the live special, and instead called in (in full glam) on Zoom.

The most shocking moment from the reunion looks like it will come when Trevor addresses the allegations that he had a girlfriend at home while he was wooing Chelsea in the pods.

Trevor Sova.
Trevor Sova.
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Suspiciously, nothing about Chelsea and Jimmy's storyline was teased in the trailer, and both were photographed separately.

Jimmy Presnell.
Jimmy Presnell.
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Chelsea Blackwell.
Chelsea Blackwell.
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Who are the couples who got engaged and which are still together?

Five couples got engaged after meeting in the pods; as of the finale, which aired on March 6, here's where they are now:

Amber Desiree “AD” and Clay: The real estate broker and the entrepreneur have chemistry but hit some bumps on their road to the altar. And then once they got there, Clay said “I don't,” AD sobbed, and Clay's mom became the internet's hero. (Read more here.)

Chelsea and Jimmy: These are the ones you’ve probably heard about with the Megan Fox drama, and trust us, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. These two didn't make it to the altar after Jimmy appeared to break things off on the last date before they were supposed to tie the knot.

Amy and Johnny: This drama-free duo are fan favorites, but viewers didn't love his comments about birth control. That said, they were able to overcome, and now appear to be living happily ever after.

As for the other two couples, Laura and Jeramey dealt with a love triangle both in and out of the pods. In episode 9, Laura confronted Jeramey after learning he’d been out all night with his second choice from the pods, Sarah Ann. After a few days of the silent treatment and a lot of creative insults, they ended it for good during an explosive fight in episode 11.

The last couple, Brittany and Kenneth, split during episode 8. While things for these two seemed to be going great in the pods, they couldn’t make it work in real life—though Kenneth had nothing but complimentary things to say about his ex in a recent People interview.

Does anyone get married?

Yes! To the surprise of no one, Amy and Johnny wed on the show. And they appear to still be going strong based on this photo of the pair at the reunion.

Johnny McIntyre, Amy Cortés.
Johnny McIntyre, Amy Cortés.
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Are Nick and Vanessa Lachey still the hosts?

Well, OBVIOUSLY!

This story may be updated.


Originally Appeared on Glamour