BOYBANDS appear to be back in fashion, but some Netflix viewers aren’t convinced.
Stars from ‘Love Is Blind’ and ‘Too Hot to Handle’ have teamed up to promote an upcoming reality romance.
Netflix has struck again with a bang and there’s new competition for Westlife and NSYNC.
In an attempt to promote the renewal of popular reality shows Love Is Blind, Love On The Spectrum, Indian Matchmaking, The Ultimatum, and Jewish Matchmaking, and enlist the help of several reality hunks.
Matt Barnett, Jarrette Jones, Harry Jowsey, Nathan Webb and Nathan Soan Mngomezulu have all teamed up for their first – and maybe only – track called “Love Has No Off Season”.
The group, called N-2-LUV, released a video for their track on YouTube, which even features Love Is Blind host Nick Lachey in it, but they weren’t together during filming.
But with lyrics like “Open your heart and be the real you” and “You don’t have to swipe because baby our love is true” and their toned physiques, the five left viewers shocked.
“What was I watching and why is this such a bop?!” wrote one viewer on social media.
A second jumped in: “I’m speechless.”
“AMAZING!” chimed in a third over the YouTube comments section.
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“Just need to know the tour dates please and thank you,” wrote another.
While some reality TV fans swooned over the 2000s boy band vibes being exuded by the anthem and its video, more viewers remained skeptical.
“Who asked for it?” one of them raged on Twitter.
“I’m going on tour to a Netflix account near you,” one viewer joked, while another quipped, “This has real April 2020 lockdown energy.”
“Am I the only one laughing?” commented another viewer on YouTube.
One regretted: “Y’all, this is from Netflix. The service that brought us House of Cards, Stranger Things, OITNB and other great original shows. And now this. How sad!”
While there are mixed feelings, Netflix has managed to get everyone’s attention focused on its shows.
Love Is Blind has been renewed for seasons four and five, just as a third series will premiere later in the year.
The Ultimatum begins April 6, 2022, treating fans to an all-queer edition.
A new series of Love On The Spectrum, which will accompany people on the autism spectrum in their search for love, will be launched in 2022.
Indian Matchmaking Season 2 will soon hit the streaming platform, while Too Hot To Handle and Jewish Matchmaking will be back for their respective fourth seasons.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/18063600/netflix-band-too-hot-to-handle-love-is-blind/ Netflix fans stunned as Love is Blind and Too Hot To Handle stars form the boy band ‘no one asked for’