“You always gain by Loving.” It is the only feeling where there is no resort to losing. Individuals with the Autism Spectrum aren’t social, they lack communication ability and express themselves clearly, but that doesn’t mean they can’t Love. And with these repeated awareness programs, we are frequently reminded that “Autism isn’t a Disease, neither it’s to be dealt with in the class of abnormal.”
People with Autism Segment have brain development such that it cultivates their communication inability, and they feel uncomfortable and conscious while socializing with others. Everything said apart, Love on the Spectrum is the first reality show to take up this sensitive issue called Autism and sheds a ray of hope to Autistic Individuals never to stop looking for love or embracing the feeling of love.
Directed and Created by Cian O’Clery, the Australian Dating Reality Show “Love on the Spectrum” is on its verge and is already breaking many taboos and shattering the stereotypes that people carry in there for people with Autism Spectrum. The Show is romantic but awkward and fun where you would witness the peculiar yet adorable aspect of love and encourage the Spectrum community to love and love more.
Let’s delve into the unique appreciation-worthy concept of the show, which is itself excellently executed by the whole crew. The Concept is all about Seven Individuals of the Autism Spectrum who are ready to dive into the dating ocean and experience the world of dating, love, romance in a fun and quirky way. The Seven Contestants are Michael, Kelvin, Mark, Olivia, Chloe, Maddi, and Andrew. The Show has an IMDB rating of 8.5/10 and has received 100% of Rotten Tomatoes.
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Possibilities of Love on the Spectrum Season 3
Undoubtedly, Season 1 was a superhit and ended up gaining positive critical reviews, and let me be serious about it; the way people showed their love and appreciation towards this Reality Show is par excellence, unbelievable, and of course, commendable. The Love on the Spectrum Season 2, which is yet to be released on 21st September 2021, is still expecting the same as fetched in Season 1. As I said, you all love the concept, and you all love the contestants (Michael being the top priority). Not to forget, Love on the Stream Season 2 would be of six episodes.
If we talk about the possibility of Renewal for Love on the Stream Season 3, it all depends upon the reviews of the audience, critics, and the overall ranking. So viewers, make sure you watch the whole season as everything depends upon you all. However, my intuition says there might be a third segment of the Reality show because people don’t take autism seriously; however, through this show, they are getting aware and showing empathy towards the People with Autism Spectrum.
Suppose in case the showrunner Cian O’Clery and Netflix renews for the third season. In that case, it might also be of 5 to 7 episodes with the same cast Michael, Kelvin, Mark, Olivia, Chloe, Maddi, and Andrew, and the narrator being Brooke Satchwell.
This was Everything We Know about Love on the Spectrum Season 3. If in case we missed something, do let us know in the comments section below.