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Netflix's 'Too Hot To Handle' Is Your Next Dating Show Obsession

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Netflix's 'Too Hot To Handle' Is Your Next Dating Show Obsession

Ever since Love Is Blind aired on Netflix, we've been hunting for a dating show to binge-watch.

And now, the streaming platform has brought the goods. Yep, it's releasing a brand new dating show which looks just as juicy.

Say hello to Too Hot To Handle arriving on Netflix on Friday 17th April. We're lining it up to be our new obsession. Here's how it works...

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Basically, the show sees 10 singles from around the world, living together in a villa. We know, it sounds like Love Island - but it's actually very different.

There's a huge twist to the game. The contestants, who are all apparently commitment-phobes, will be competing to win a prize of $100,000 (£80,700).

The 10 singles will be living in a villa together, somewhere sunny (Credit: Unsplash)
The 10 singles will be living in a villa together, somewhere sunny (Credit: Unsplash)

But to win the prize, they mustn't get up to any naughty antics - no cuddling, kissing - basically no getting up close and personal.

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The more they break the rules - the more the prize money goes down, which we reckon will make for some very tense arguments.

Netflix - who described the villa as a 'no bone zone' said: "With every slip, the prize money goes down. In this luxury no-bone zone, will the serial singletons be able to form deeper emotional connections?

"Or will the temptation simply be too hot to handle?"

Luckily, we don't have long to wait until the show is released, with Season 1 arriving on Netflix in just over two weeks, on Friday 17th April - perfect for a lockdown weekend.

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Hopefully it will be just as addictive as 'Love Is Blind' (Credit: Netflix)
Hopefully it will be just as addictive as 'Love Is Blind' (Credit: Netflix)

We've not had any word on the contestants, but according to reports, Netflix will be releasing more info on them around a week before the show launches - so we can expect this around Friday 10th April.

There's no trailer for the show just yet, but we're keeping our eyes peeled.

This is certainly one to mark in your lockdown calendars!

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

Lucy Devine
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