‘Love is Blind’ live reunion delayed as Netflix pleads for patience

Netflix has requested for patience from fans as the live reunion of their reality show "Love is Blind" has been delayed. The show involves contestants who form romantic connections without ever seeing each other in person.

Initially, the reunion was scheduled to be filmed in Atlanta, Georgia, in early 2020, shortly after the show's finale was released on Netflix. However, due to safety concerns and restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the filming was postponed indefinitely.

Instead of a live reunion, Netflix has announced that a pre-recorded special episode of "Love is Blind" will be released on their streaming platform, though the exact release date has not yet been announced. The company has assured fans that they are working hard to ensure the safety of everyone involved in the production amidst the ongoing pandemic.

It's important to note that many TV and film productions have been impacted by the pandemic, with delays and cancellations due to safety measures and restrictions making it challenging to film new content.

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