“Fans of the hit reality show ‘Love Is Blind’ will have to wait a little longer for the much-anticipated season 4 reunion. Due to unplanned events, the reunion has been put off, leaving fans eager to see their favorite couples again.
Fans are hoping that the wait will be worth it and that the reunion will be even more exciting than before. Despite the setback, fans of the show can’t wait to find out what their favorite “Love Is Blind” couples have been up to since the show’s dramatic ending.
Love is Blind’ Season 4 Reunion Delayed
The eagerly awaited live reunion on Netflix After technical difficulties kept eager viewers waiting, the season 4 cast of the reality dating show “Love is Blind” was postponed for Sunday. In the end, Netflix decided to record the program for streaming, announcing that it would be accessible everywhere on Monday at 3 p.m. ET.
Netflix issued a statement on Twitter saying,
“To everyone who stayed up late, got up early, and sacrificed their Sunday afternoon, we are incredibly sorry that the Love is Blind Live Reunion did not go as we had planned. “We’re currently filming it, and as soon as humanly possible, it will be available on Netflix. Thank you and I’m sorry once more.”
To everyone who stayed up late, woke up early, gave up their Sunday afternoon… we are incredibly sorry that the Love is Blind Live Reunion did not turn out as we had planned. We’re filming it now and we’ll have it on Netflix as soon as humanly possible. Again, thank you and…
— Netflix (@netflix) April 17, 2023
At 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, the second live show in Netflix’s history was scheduled to begin. Love is… late,” Netflix tweeted a few minutes after it was supposed to begin. In 15 minutes, #LoveIsBlindLIVE will begin. The streaming service promised the show “will be worth the wait” a short while later. It’s almost time! appeared on the screen when Netflix subscribers attempted to access the stream. Soon, the live event will begin.
Like many of its streaming rivals, the company isn’t used to broadcasting live events. On March 4, Netflix streamed “Chris Rock: Selective Outrage,” a standup special from the comedian, which was the only live performance to air on the service. That streamed flawlessly.
We covered the most recent information about ‘Love is Blind’ in previous articles, which you can read about by following the links below:
- Love is Blind Star Bartise Bowden Welcomes First Child
- Are Micah and Paul Dating? Love Is Blind Fans Want to Know
Competitors of Netflix have had success with live streaming. Thursday Night Football was first broadcast on Amazon Prime last year. Major League Baseball and Apple TV+ have a partnership for some games. Additionally, other rivals have entered the live market.
Netflix, however, has a reputation for being resistant — not because of technical difficulties, but rather because the company frequently claims that live broadcast rights, particularly for sports, are expensive. Nevertheless, Netflix had a difficult year in 2022, losing subscribers as consumer habits changed.
In response to the ongoing changes in the media landscape, the company began experimenting with live broadcasts. The witty and biting social media posts began to pour in as the world waited for the Nick and Vanessa Lachey-hosted reunion episode. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat from New York, was one of the incensed users, and Netflix retweeted her.
The defunct former video store Blockbuster tweeted: “Remember renting vhs from us. You could easily begin it on time. What we get is this. Couples who get engaged before meeting each other appear in the “Love is Blind” television series. When the company began streaming three years ago when traditional networks and broadcast television were essentially the only places to get a real fix, it helped the company establish its reality TV chops.