Netflix has renewed Kinetic Content unscripted series Love Is Blind for two more seasons — taking the show through its fifth installment.

The streamer has also picked up a second run of the soon-to-premiere reality show The Ultimatum that will feature all queer couples; and ordered an as yet untitled show bringing together participants from several other its unscripted shows, including Love Is Blind, Too Hot to Handle, The Circle and Selling Tampa.

Season two of Love Is Blind has performed well for Netflix since its February 11 premiere, both on the company’s own top 10 lists and in Nielsen’s streaming rankings which show that the show generated over 1.4 billion minutes of viewing time in the week of Februrary 14. Season three is scheduled to premiere later this year.

Kinetic Content produces Love Is Blind, The Ultimatum and the forthcoming all-star show. Chris Coelen and Eric Detwiler are executive producers of all three. Love Is Blind is also exec produced by Ally Simpson, Kimberly Goodman, Brent Gauches, Heather Crowe and Brian Smith; The Ultimatum by Sarah Dillistone, Stephanie Boyriven, Kelly Montalvo and Chris Cullen; and the untitled show by Dillistone and Sharyn Mills.