Season 2 of the romantic reality series ‘Love is Blind: Brazil’ premieres on Netflix on December 28, the streaming network has announced.
The new season, hosted by Camila Queiroz and Klebber Toledo, will be released in three parts. The two finals will be held on January 4 and 11.
The official synopsis reads: “The rules and dynamics of the experiment are the same. Participants spend ten days talking literally blindly and through booths to get to know each other, create emotional connections and decide who they want to marry.
“With the match made, they see each other for the first time and, after that, they embark on their honeymoon – this season, in a hotel in the incredible Amazon Forest -, spending time together and also trying to make a physical connection.
“The couples then move in together for a month to test their love, habits, routine, real-life tribulations and, of course, their mates’ family and friends. Anxiety only increases for the long-awaited wedding day, when participants can say yes…or be left at the altar.”
The Brazilian version is inspired by the North American reality series ‘Love is Blind’, which recently released its third season.