Netflix’s new three-part follow-up asks viewers to spend a lot of time catching up with people we weren’t all that invested in to start with
Mindlessness is bliss. Little did we know, binge-watching Love Is Blind back in February 2020, that Netflix’s outlandish “experiment” would soon resemble our locked-down lives.
The three-week “event” – where people got to know each other from separate rooms, before immediately getting engaged and in some cases married – was inexplicably compulsive viewing...
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