Are you looking for love? Well, either way, love is looking for you, and a hit series might just help speed up the process. Netflix’s Love is Blind series is casting in Seattle for its next season and they want you! So if you want to take your shot at reality TV and love, keep on reading.
If you’re unfamiliar with the show, it revolves around a 10-day speed dating process but contestants can’t see each other. Men and women are placed in pods where they can talk and that’s it. Once a man chooses to propose, contestants meet each other in person and the engaged couples head to a couples retreat. Here they really get to know each other and ultimately decide if love is blind.
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It’s definitely a unique show and probably about the same as your online dating experiences these days just expedited. So if you’re sick of swiping right and left, this might just be worth a shot. Not to mention, the application process is super straight forward.
In order to apply all you have to do is be over the age of 21 and provide some basic info like your name, age, city, education, occupation and social media. Of course you also have to provide pictures and a short video explaining why you’re a good candidate for the show. And to top that off the show also asks you to answer some questions about yourself and dating like “Why do you think you are single?” and “What is something you would be hesitant to share in the pods?”
Now there is no application deadline on the website but the show will return for Season 2 in February 2022. So that mean’s they’re probably looking to have a quick casting process and we recommend applying ASAP. With that you can learn more by clicking here and of course, if you apply and get accepted please let us know.
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