How to Watch Love Is Blind Season 4’s Live Reunion Special
It’s been a very dramatic fourth season of Love Is Blind, and there have been a lot of internet detectives discovering drama and spilling the tea on the couples post-season. That means the reunion special will be even more exciting and Netflix has kicked things up another notch: they’re streaming it live!
Love Is Blind: The Live Reunion is the streaming channels first live reunion broadcast from where the event will be filmed in Los Angeles on Sunday, April 16 at 8pm EST or 5pm PST.
What will happen on the Love Is Blind: The Live Reunion?
As usual, hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey will invite the cast back to discuss what went on during the season and what has happened since, revealing who is still together and who isn’t. If anyone is at this point. In this reality show, contestants meet without seeing one another, chatting through a wall in “the pods” about their hopes and dreams.
Before the end of the season, some couples will get engaged and then go through the process of meeting face-to-face for the first time before eventually planning a wedding together. But will they get married? Real world factors put pressure on a lot of these unions, stopping them from seeing things through. And yet some couples make it all the way to “I do.”
How do you watch the streaming episode of the Love Is Blind reunion?
Starting at 4:50pm PST and 7:50pm EST, Netflix subscribers can click on the “Watch Live” option for the Love is Blind: The Live Reunion and will be taken to a “waiting room” until the program officially begins. You should be able to rewind, pause, and jump back to Live once you enter.
If you can’t get there right at the top, “Play from the Beginning” is an option or just joining wherever they are in the show. If you have to leave, the episode will stay in your “Continue Watching” row. After the show ends, it will be available to stream regularly and include closed captions within a few days.
Can viewers join in the reunion?
Part of the joy of a live show is live-tweeting it. Netflix is encouraging viewers to use the hashtag #LoveIsBlindLIVE on Twitter and Instagram for questions and comments, which means there’s a chance someone in the cast will address one of your thoughts on camera.