The Netflix real-time dating programme ‘Love is Blind Japan’ is a popular series with viewers from all around the globe. The show’s hosts are Takashi Fujii and Yuka Itaya. Optimistic singles join the programme in the hopes of finding the right spouse for them and falling in love without seeing the person on the other side for the first time. It follows the original version’s almost faultless format. The programme focuses on the real-world issues that couples experience, and the couples that attend the show must overcome these obstacles in order to have a good relationship, making them as global as possible. So, now that the first chapter of this interesting Japanese series has been launched on the internet streaming site (and got positive reviews), let’s see what Love is Blind Japan Season 2 has in store.
Expected Release Date for Love is Blind Japan Season 2
The first season of Love is Blind Japan premiered on Netflix on February 8th of this year. The programme had 11 episodes, with each episode lasting an average of 48 minutes. The first five episodes broadcast all at once on the above-mentioned day. The next four episodes aired on February 15th. On February 22nd, the last two episodes brought this love journey to a close.
When it comes to the release date of Love is Blind Japan Season 2, the streaming giant has yet to make an official statement. Given the fact that other versions of the programme (such as Brazilian or American) have received widespread acclaim, there is a strong likelihood that the show will be renewed by Netflix. As we all know, production for the first season began in the first quarter of 2021. As a result, it took almost a year to complete everything. So, assuming everything stays the same, we may anticipate Love is Blind Japan Season 2 to be renewed by Netflix within the next 2-3 months and released in the second quarter of 2023.
Expected Cast of Love is Blind Japan Season 2
Because it is a reality dating programme, none of the couples will return in the next Love is Blind Japan Season 2. We observed 16 people separated into 8 distinct groups, which were the main attraction in the previous season. That implies Ryotaro, Motomi, Wataru, Midori, Odacchi, Nanako, Yudai, Nana, Mori, Minami, Mizuki, Priya, Misaki, Kaoru, Shuntaro, or Ayano would not feature in the upcoming season. However, the show’s hosts, actor, comedian, and singer Takashi Fujii and actress and caster Yuka Itaya, will almost certainly reprise their duties as hosts.
What Can It Be About?
If Love is Blind Japan is revived, season 2 will follow the standard format and invite a group of marriage-ready singles to meet, mingle, date, and possibly even get engaged through a wall. The participants will have ten days in these “pods” to get to know one another before making their final selection, after which the matched ones will be whisked away on a romantic holiday.