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Good News! Netflix Renewed 'Love Is Blind' and Others

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By Francesca O'Hern

Ever since the Love is Blind reunion episode appeared on Netflix, fans have been waiting with bated breath to see if the hit reality dating series would be renewed. And we are in luck! The streamer ordered two new seasons of Love is Blind as well as Netflix's other hit, The Circle. It looks like Netflix is in the reality TV game for good: They renewed Rhythm and Flow for another season, and ordered a new series from Marie Kondo. Here is what you need to know about each show.

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'Love is Blind'

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If you haven't heard of Love is Blind, you must be living under a rock. Or maybe you haven't opened Netflix at all during your quarantine. Either way, the series has been a runaway hit for Netflix. Hosted by married couple Nick and Vanessa Lachey, this "social experiment" brings groups of 15 men and women together to converse in "pods" where they can hear but not see each other. Only after falling in love and getting engaged do they get to really meet.

'The Circle'

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Like many others including The Office and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, The Circle is the US version of a British show. In another "social experiment," contestants, who live in the same building but are isolated from one another, catfish one another over social media. All of the contestants rate one another's profiles week by week, with the owner of the weakest profile being "blocked" (or eliminated) from the competition. The contestant with the highest-rated profile wins a $100,000 prize.

'Rhythm and Flow'

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Rhythm and Flow is also a reality show, but, unlike the other two, is not a "social experiment". It follows a slightly more traditional format, with the goal being to find the next hip hop star. Judges Chance the Rapper, Cardi B, and Tip "T.I." Harris travel around the US, to Chicago, Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles in search of the United States' next big hip hop star. Rapper D Smoke won the first season, and we will find the next winner in 2021.

'Sparking Joy with Marie Kondo'

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You may remember that Marie Kondo, author or The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, already had her own show on Netflix, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Her new show, Sparking Joy with Marie Kondo will be similar, but this time, Kondo will be tidying up a whole small town in the US over the series, not just a house each episode. You can nominate your town on TidyMyTown.com. In the meantime, decide which show sounds most interesting to you, and catch up before the next season airs!

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