‘Love Is Blind’ Season 4 Reunion Special Set To Live-Stream On Netflix, Marking First-Ever Live Reunion For The Series & The Streaming Platform

‘Love Is Blind’ Season 4 Reunion Special Set To Live-Stream On Netflix, Marking First-Ever Live Reunion For The Series & The Streaming Platform

“Love Is Blind” is stepping into live television for its upcoming season 4 reunion special that’s set to air on Netflix.

According to reports, the popular reality dating show, along with Netflix, will have its first-ever live reunion special, Netflix announced on Tuesday (April 4).

Reportedly, “Love Is Blind: The Live Reunion” will feature couples and singles from the season coming back together “to unravel all the season’s twists and turns, share reactions to watching their stories unfold and find out which couples are still together after saying ‘I do’ and ‘I don’t.’”

“Love Is Blind” hosts Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey

The live reunion is set to stream live from Los Angeles on Sunday, April 16 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. and will be available to stream on Netflix after the live event. Closed captions in additional languages will begin to roll out in the days following, reports state.

Fans tuning into the hit series’ reunion will reportedly be able to rewind, pause and fast-forward to Live anytime during the broadcast. On April 16, viewers will be able to access the showing by clicking “Watch Live” beginning at 4:50 p.m. PT/7:50 p.m. ET. After being placed in a waiting room, the live reunion will kick off at 5 PT/8 ET.

Netflix’s live events continue as the reunion marks the streaming service’s second-ever live event. You may recall, comedian Chris Rock was the first person to give a live stand-up special for Netflix.

As we previously reported, Chris Rock’s live-streamed comedy special, “Chris Rock: Selective Outrage,” aired on March 4 and was edited by Netflix after the comic made an inaccurate joke about actor Will Smith.

Will Smith, Chris Rock

During the performance — before quickly realizing his error — Chris Rock said,

“Years ago, his wife said I should quit the Oscars; I shouldn’t host ’cause her man didn’t get nominated for Emancipation, the biggest piece of sh*t ever!”

He continued,

“No, not Emancipation, I f*cked up the joke.”

Chris Rock

The joke was intended to allude to Kevin Smith’s 2015 sports movie “Concussion,” which stars Will Smith and was based on Jeanne Marie Laskas’ 2009 GQ article “Game Brain” about the NFL and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

Rock was reportedly informed of the edit, and Netflix and the comedian collaborated on the final streaming version.

Following the mess up, Rock corrected his error and carried on, sharing the details correctly. He continued,

“She started this sh*t. She said that me, a f*cking grown-*ss man, should quit his job because, ‘My husband didn’t get nominated for Concussion.’”

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Authored by: Ariel Whitely