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About Love Is Blind Brazil

Love Is Blind Brazil is a Reality, Romance show that aired on Netflix. The series made its debut in 2021. The show has a rating of 6.2 over 10 on IMDb.

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Production Companies: Thames and Talkback (Fremantle labels)
Executive Producers: Amelia Brown, Saul Fearnley and Ros Coward for Thames Productions and Jonno Richards for Talkback.

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