On April 16, the Love Is Blind Season 4 reunion was set to premiere live on Netflix at 8 p.m. EST, but I guess the platform wasn’t ready for all the drama. As soon as the live event premiered, Netflix crashed, sending Love Is Blind fans into a frenzy. With the unexpected hindrance, the streaming service announced the reunion would be going live 15 minutes later.
As Netflix is a streaming platform, live events aren’t common for them. The first live event took place in March 2023 for a Chris Rock comedy special, making this Love Is Blind Reunion special just the second. From possible technical difficulties to Love Is Blind fans overpowering the platform, the cause of the crash is unknown, but Twitter has its thoughts.
Even AOC is patiently waiting for the reunion.
First the Swifties, now the Love Is Blind fans. Will we ever catch a break?
As for the cast and hosts themselves, we finally have an update from host Vanessa Lachey herself, who took to Instagram to show off the live studio audience and confirm that the reunion “broke the internet.”
So, uh, can you un-break it for us, Vanessa? Asking for a friend.