Finished Love Is Blind? These Reality Shows Are For You

Need another addictive reality TV show to watch? We've got you covered.

By Chris Harnick 19 Mar, 2020 1:00 PMTags

So, you've hunkered down and are social distancing and binged the one reality show everyone is talking about, Love Is Blind, now what do you do?

Netflix's latest reality show about couples who fell in love without ever seeing one another and then deciding to walk down the aisle in just a matter of weeks, is everything you want in escapist TV.

Now, once you dive into our guide to what happened to the Love Is Blind couples and secrets you didn't see on TV, we're here for you with the expert suggestions on what to watch next. Love addictive reality shows? You've come to the right place. 

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From old standbys on TLC like 90 Day Fiancé to foreign imports on Netflix such as Back With the Ex, these are the shows you're going to fall in deep with.

Back With the Ex (Netflix)

What if you decided to give it another shot with an ex-partner and had cameras film everything? That's the premise here. Four couples of varying ages who dated for different lengths of time moved back in with each other to give it another go.

90 Day Fiance (TLC Go, Hulu)

This reality beast is the gift that keeps on giving, with spinoffs aplenty. The mothership series follows couples with just 90 days to marry. One partner is a foreigner, the other an American citizen who brings the foreigner over on a K-1 visa, hence the time limit. Spinoffs include Before the 90 Days, Happily Ever After? and The Other Way.

Dating Around (Netflix)

One of Netflix's early stabs at reality TV, the show followed six different people on five blind dates.

Yummy Mummies (Netflix)

It's Real Housewives, but pregnant and Australian.

Four Weddings (TLC Go, Hulu)

If taking a peek and judging weddings is your thing, this is the show for you. Each contestant generally has a larger-than-life personality to up the entertainment factor.

Bringing Sexy Back (Netflix)

Think Biggest Loser, but Australian and about one or two people at a time.

The Bachelor (Netflix)

What was The Bachelor like before it was full of people hoping to launch their influencer careers? Jason Mesnick's season is on Netflix for you to find out.

The Circle (Netflix)

Part Catfish, part reality competition series, all around addictive.

Instant Hotel (Netflix)

Instant Hotel, an Australian reality series, features various pairs who operate Airbnbs competing to be crowned the best. The contestants are exactly the type of reality TV contestants you want to watch.

Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Hulu)

The name says it all. Matchmakers set up participants who get married upon first meeting.