Who doesn’t enjoy watching dating reality shows with concepts that are completely different from the norm? We all love watching love triangles, extravagant weddings, and couples fighting over their ex-partners. Sometimes that’s all we need: emotional drama. That is how Love is Blind satisfies our need for drama in our lives.
Season 2 of Love is Blind has been doing extremely well and garnering a lot of attention from fans. We observed some minor differences between the two seasons. Let’s go through them one by one.
Season 2 couples talked more about their previous relationships
In season 2, couples spoke more about their previous relationships than in season 1. For instance, Malory and Sal arguing about his ex visiting his sisters, or Jarrette and Iyanna discussing how they felt about being friendly with ex-partners. Season 2 of Love is Blind featured some dramatic scenes centered on past relationships.
Season 1 couples were more certain about getting married
In season 1, from the start of the series, couples appeared to be happy and strong. Whereas couples were more unsure of themselves in season 2, and even by episode nine, people were having doubts about their significant others.
They discussed rings more in Love in Blind season 2
Kyle presented Shaina with his mother’s ring, a significant gesture complicated by the fact that she did not share his hopeful outlook on the future. Sal even told Mallory that he was aware of her desire for a gold ring, which she, unfortunately, did not receive from him. As a result, engagement rings were a hot subject in season 2 compared to season 1.
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Season 2 has two love triangles
Love triangles are a great way to spice up a story. And, with a reality show, it certainly adds to the reasons for people to tune in. Fans were captivated by Jessica, Barnett, Mark, and Amber’s storyline in season one. Jessica was in love with Barnett, who proposed to Amber. This left Jessica free to think about how she felt about Mark.
Mallory liked Jarrette and Sal in season 2, and Shaina had feelings for Shayne and Kyle. This double-take on love triangles made this season more binge-worthy.
Love is Blind season 2 was shot in Chicago
The show’s main setting differs significantly between seasons 1 and 2. While they shot Season 1 in Atlanta, Season 2 focuses on couples from Chicago. This season’s cast was fantastic, and the setting was fascinating.
Check out Love is Blind seasons 1 and 2 to see if we missed any other differences between the seasons.
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