'Am I anticipating drama? One hundred percent!' See the trailer for Love is Blind After the Altar 3

Raven Ross in a scene from Love is Blind: After the Altar.
Raven Ross in a scene from Love is Blind: After the Altar.
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To quote Cole: "Am I anticipating drama? One hundred percent."

Netflix has released the trailer for Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3. The three-part special catches up with the cast (Matt, Colleen, SK, Rave, Cole, Zanab, Nancy, Bartise, Alex and Brennon) a year after the weddings.

Read our review of season 3 here.

"Some old flames have reunited, while others try to navigate the next steps in their relationships. Watch as the season three cast readjusts to life in Dallas after the altar and comes together for a birthday extravaganza. Who is still thriving and who is forced to make hard decisions about their future?" reads the official synopsis.

At the reunion show, Raven and SK had fans rooting for them when they shared that they'd continued dating after the social experiment wrapped. Shortly after, it was revealed that the couple split due to cheating allegations.

In the clip, Raven tearfully says: "SK cheated on me; I truly didn't know." Elsewhere in the clip, SK says he would like to propose to Raven again…

As for the other couples, Bartise and Nancy have met throughout the year, and Zanab is 'extremely single'. Cole intends 'to be a better man', Matt and Colleen are still not living together, and Alexa and Brennon appear to be happily married.


Love is Blind: After the Altar premieres on 10 February.

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