Top Moments From Season 2 of ‘Love on the Spectrum’!

‘Love on the Spectrum’ has given us so many amazing moments from comedic to precious and just down right beautiful. Here are some of our favorite ones from season 2.

Netflix recently released the much-anticipated Season 2 of Love on the Spectrum. This season not only revisits couples from the inaugural season but also introduces new individuals on their quest for love. Filled with a blend of adorable and comical moments, here are some of our top highlights from this delightful season.

Among our favorite returning couples are Abbey and David. In Season 2, their relationship is stronger than ever. David surprises Abbey with a trip to Africa, fulfilling her lifelong dream. Their African Safari concludes with a romantic serenade to each other, aptly choosing “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” from The Lion King, capturing a truly magical moment.

Joining the cast this season is 24-year-old Connor from Georgia, living with his mom and stepdad. Connor’s presence has been a source of much laughter, particularly in one of the season’s viral moments. During a speed-dating event, Connor inadvertently creates an awkward situation by crossing off potential dates in plain view.

Another newcomer, 25-year-old Tanner, quickly became one of the most beloved members of the show. His first date with Kate stands out as one of the most heartwarming segments. Tanner’s charming effort to avoid any silent moments, ensuring his date is constantly engaged, is both touching and endearing.


Dani, a familiar face from the previous season, returns with a clear goal: to find love and, as she puts it, do “the deed.” The show humorously captures her attempts to understand her new boyfriend’s views on sex before marriage, adding a light-hearted and relatable aspect to her journey.

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Season 2 of Love on the Spectrum continues to captivate audiences with its authentic portrayal of love and relationships within the autism community. Its mix of humor, sincerity, and heartfelt moments makes it a must-watch on Netflix.

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Madison Payne, currently a senior at the University of Texas at Austin, is pursuing a degree in Film Studies, with aspirations to excel as a cinematographer and editor. Madison has a keen interest in the realms of unscripted television and documentaries.