Karyn Blanco is a contestant in Netflix’s The Circle, in which contestants are isolated and can only communicate to the other contestants via ‘The Circle’ computer programme. Photo: Netflix Karyn Blanco is a contestant in Netflix’s The Circle, in which contestants are isolated and can only communicate to the other contestants via ‘The Circle’ computer programme. Photo: Netflix
Karyn Blanco is a contestant in Netflix’s The Circle, in which contestants are isolated and can only communicate to the other contestants via ‘The Circle’ computer programme. Photo: Netflix

Netflix series The Circle and Love is Blind show social isolation is not as bad as it sounds

  • Two of the biggest streaming hits of 2020 on Netflix show reality contestants forming human connections from within their own four walls
  • Both establish that this can be done without needing to be face to face – a lesson for the millions in self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic

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Karyn Blanco is a contestant in Netflix’s The Circle, in which contestants are isolated and can only communicate to the other contestants via ‘The Circle’ computer programme. Photo: Netflix Karyn Blanco is a contestant in Netflix’s The Circle, in which contestants are isolated and can only communicate to the other contestants via ‘The Circle’ computer programme. Photo: Netflix
Karyn Blanco is a contestant in Netflix’s The Circle, in which contestants are isolated and can only communicate to the other contestants via ‘The Circle’ computer programme. Photo: Netflix
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