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Guys, Love Is Blind: After the Altar season three is coming to Netflix next month!

Yes, Raven and SK will both be there 👀

It’s time! Love Is Blind: After the Altar season three is officially coming to Netflix next month! This season of Love Is Blind was one of the most dramatic of all time, and now we’re going to have a catch up with the cast to see how they’re getting on.

There will be three, 45-minute episodes to see how the season three cast have been since the weddings and the reunion, and boy, there’s a lot to catch up on.

Since the weddings there has of course been the Raven and SK cheating scandal, plus last time we saw them Zanab and Cole were both in floods of tears. And, will these episodes finally be where Bartise gets served his dues?

Two of the five couples from this season made it down the aisle, so we’ll have a sit down with Colleen and Matt and Alexa and Brennon on how their marriages are getting on. There have also been a few allegations made against Brennon in the past come to light since the show, too.

Love is Blind: After the Altar season three on Netflix

via Netflix

The Netflix synopsis for the show reads: “Ready to catch up with these cuties!? A year after the weddings, some old flames have reunited, while others try to navigate next steps in their relationships. Watch as the season three cast readjusts to life in Dallas after the altar and comes together for a birthday extravaganza. Who is still thriving and who is forced to make hard decisions about their future? Watch Love is Blind: After the Altar on Netflix beginning Friday, February 10th!”

Give! Me! The! Drama!

Love Is Blind: After the Altar season three will be available on Netflix from February 10th. For all the latest Netflix news, drops, quizzes and memes like The Holy Church of Netflix on Facebook. 

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