Just in time for Valentine's Day, a new reality series called Love is Blind on Netflix has arrived. The show is similar to some popular favourites like Bachelor In Paradise and Love Island, but it has a unique twist that will have viewers totally intrigued.\nIf you haven't yet seen the series, Love is Blind follows a group of 20-something singles as they embark on their quest for love.\nWhile this sounds like every other reality show you've come across, what sets this Netflix original apart is the fact that while they're getting to know one another, contestants have no idea what their potential partners actually look like.\nThe concept is quite similar to a reality series released by Netflix earlier this year called The Circle. In Love is Blind though, the stakes are much higher.\nBefore they meet face to face, the singles can commit to one another by literally getting engaged. They then have to meet up and begin to plan their wedding while simultaneously getting to know one another.\nAs is the case with any good reality TV show, this new series is loaded full of intense drama between the couples, and after watching just the first five episodes, viewers have already taken to Twitter to share their opinions.\nSome people are totally obsessed with the show.\nDo your self a favor and watch love is blind on Netflix— 🌻asset, that green bitch😈 (@TcpillTess) February 13, 2020\ny’all got to start watching Love Is Blind on Netflix, cause I’m out here sobbing and am Team Cameron/Lauren— Y La Dieta?! (@DiegodeLaDieta) February 13, 2020\nLove Is Blind on Netflix is crazy but I am fully obsessed oh my god— Abbie (@abshollinsworth) February 13, 2020\nfirst the circle and now love is blind?? thank u netflix for shows i didn’t know i needed— JACKIE (@supersadbaby) February 13, 2020\n"Love is Blind on Netflix is crazy but I am fully obsessed oh my God," one person tweeted.\nOn the other hand, though, some people are unimpressed with the lack of diversity (specifically in body types) amongst the show's cast.\nso there's this new show on netflix "love is blind" about falling for someone without being able to see them and they're like "oh i hope they like how i look like" and im just looking at every one of them, thinking "EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YALL ARE ATTRACTIVE TF?"— mir (@AMlRAHX) February 13, 2020\nnetflix’s new dating show, love is blind, is based on the premise that a number of 20 somethings have to fall in love without having ever seen the other person. thank god there are no plus sized ppl on the show, though. god forbid if fatty like me ever wanted to find love LOL EW— hootie & the faux bitch (@sarahecurrie) February 13, 2020\nWatching Love Is Blind on Netflix, and so far all I can think is all of the contestants are somewhat traditionally "good looking" people and none of them are going to be a big surprise when they're revealed. 🤷♀️— Mama No Drama (@mamahhnodramahh) February 13, 2020\nOn this episode of “love is blind” you’re going to choose you’re future spouse without ever seeing them. Is love actually blind? Come talk to 20 of the best looking people you’ve ever seen and one short guy who’s still good looking. #LoveIsBlind #nicklachey #netflix— Dr. (au)Dre(y) (@iam_schmaudrey) February 13, 2020\n"Watching Love is Blind on Netflix, and so far all I can think is all of the contestants are somewhat traditionally 'good looking' people and none of them are going to be a big surprise when they're revealed," another viewer commented.\nThe first five episodes of the new Netflix original were released to the streaming service on February 13, with new episodes coming out weekly until the highly anticipated season finale.\nIf Love is Blind sounds like your kind of show, be sure to check out the trailer for the series below.