Love Is Blind Season 3 Cast, Crew, and Producer Listings

Love Is Blind is a reality dating show that premiered on Netflix on February 13, 2020. It was made by Kinetic Content and created by Chris Coelen.

The show is about thirty men and women who start dating without ever meeting in person but end up getting married anyway. On March 24, 2020, Netflix picked up Love Is Blind for a second and third season. A Japanese version of the show came out on February 8, 2022.

Full Cast and Crew of Season 3 of Love Is Blind

When the third season of Love is Blind came out on Netflix last month, it kept people’s attention. Since then, the romantic drama has kept going.

After ten episodes of hookups, honeymoons, and shocking breakups at the altar, the show ended. Since then, the stars have been busy. Find out who is in the cast and crew of Love Is Blind Season 3.

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Alexa Alfia

Brennon Lemieux

Zanab Jaffrey

Cole Barnett

Raven Ross Sikiru ‘SK’ Alagbada

Nancy Rodriguez

Bartise Bowden

Colleen Reed

Matt Bolton

Amanda Peterson

Andrew Y. Liu

Ashley Randerman

Tony LaScalea Brannigan Max

Charita Chelsey Scott Jordan

Dakota Easley

Dale Dalida DaVonté Black

Jess Gumbert

Julian Torres is a person.

Kalekia Adams

Loren Langenbeck

Kim Clarke

Nash Buehler

Simmer Pal Bajwa

Taylor, Tony M.

Zach Gordon

Valerie Truong

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Facts About Love Is Blind

As of November 2022, when the last episode took place, Jaffrey was engaged to Barnett.

During the “pods” part of the show, Jaffrey and Barnett, who is 27, seemed to become friends.

Kyle, who was 30 at the time, said on a March 2022 reunion show that he wished he had picked Deepti instead of Shaina as his partner.

Fans of Love Is Blind were very upset when fan favorites SK Alagbada and Raven Ross broke up during their wedding.

Alexa and Brennon, who were 27 and 32, seemed like a perfect match.

How many couples were there at the get-together? 5

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Q: Are you paid for being on Love Is Blind?

A person close to Love Is Blind recently told Women’s Health: “The people who take part aren’t paid much, if at all. They are really looking for love.” Jeremy Hartwell, a contestant in Season 2, even sued the show, saying that they only paid them $1,000 to $8,000 for the whole time they were filming.

Q: How much of Love Is Blind is real and how much is staged?

The answer to that question is the same as for most reality shows. It’s true…to a point. Producers, contestants, and people who know the couples in real life all say that the pairing of the couples and the idea that they actually got engaged were 100% real.

Q: Why can’t everyone see Love Is Blind?

We learned in Season 2 that sometimes there are so many people interested in the experiment that production can’t keep up with them all. So, some pod-posals don’t make it into the show, and the couples involved work on their relationships outside of filming.