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Who’s Still Together From The Ultimatum: Queer Love? The Couples That Make It

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The Ultimatum: Queer Love. (L to R) Yoly and Mal in Season 2 of The Ultimatum. Cr. Simone Thompson/Netflix © 2023
The Ultimatum: Queer Love. (L to R) Yoly and Mal in Season 2 of The Ultimatum. Cr. Simone Thompson/Netflix © 2023

Warning: This contains spoilers for The Ultimatum: Queer Love. In a sea of straight, cisgender reality dating shows, Netflix offers a fresh perspective. The show features five couples; one is focused on marriage while the other isn’t so sure. But who’s still together from The Ultimatum: Queer Love?

The show’s creator, Chris Coelen—the brain behind Love Is Blind and Married at First Sight—spoke to Variety in July 2022 about the series premise saying, “What’s fascinating is when you actually look at the reasons that people give for not being ready, there are a multitude of reasons: ‘I come from a family background of bad relationships. I don’t want to repeat my past’ or ‘I’m not ready, I’m too young’ or ‘I need to be financially stable. There may be some validity to some of those reasons, but the real reason is that they’re not sure that they want to marry this person that they’re with. Most of those things that they say are our excuses, and it’s very common.”

Season two, which dropped on Netflix on May 24, 2023, features all-queer women or nonbinary cast members, something that Coelen said he’s looking at ways to incorporate into his other shows, too. “I think we figured out how to do it in. For Married at First Sight, if we had a couple that we felt like was a good match, that’s something we could certainly look at exploring in the future. It’s certainly something that we’re actively looking at in our other shows,” he says. “To me, the opportunity to tell lots of stories from lots of different people is really exciting and it’s less so about the particular format that we tell those stories in and more about the fact that we’re telling those stories.”

“We, along with Netflix, sort of made a decision to create a new franchise where there’s Ultimatum: Marry or Move On and there’s Ultimatum: Queer Love, and felt like it made sense to differentiate the two,” the Kinetic Content CEO told Variety. “There are slight nuances to each of the shows. The shows are very similar in their DNA, but you know, having a different host or for the different versions made sense to us as we talked about going into it.”

Who’s still together from The Ultimatum: Queer Love?

Here’s everything we know about the couples.

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