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Too Hot To Handle Is Officially Returning To Netflix This Spring

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Too Hot To Handle Is Officially Returning To Netflix This Spring

Too Hot To Handle fans, the time has come. The dating show is officially returning for a second season, so fasten your seat-belts and get ready for a spring full of absolutely no PDA at all.

Yep, Netflix has announced that the super-popular series is back for round two, with several episodes dropping at a time in bingeable chunks each Wednesday, beginning in June.

In case you need a reminder of the premise, the idea is that a whole bunch of sexy contestants are thrown onto an island together, where they're constantly being monitored by an AI robot, named Lana, who is tracking their every flirty move.

There's one rule - no kissing, heavy petting or self-gratification of any kind - and every time somebody breaks this, the group's $100,000 (£72,560) prize fund will begin to deplete.

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Too Hot To Handle is officially back in June (Credit: Netflix)
Too Hot To Handle is officially back in June (Credit: Netflix)

The object of the game is to keep your libido in check, which is a pretty tricky feat for a bunch of singletons who are all on the lookout for holiday romances...

Teasing what's to come in a new blog post, Netflix said: "We've added new twists and surprises to keep the games fresh".

As for what these are, we'll just have to wait and see, but we're pretty sure Lana is going to be meddling along the way.

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Obviously, the biggest twist in Too Hot To Handle is for the contestants, when they realise they're not on a normal dating show, but one where they can't get frisky with each other.

AI robot Lana will be watching contestants' every move (Credit: Netflix)
AI robot Lana will be watching contestants' every move (Credit: Netflix)

The show is cast under the name Parties In Paradise, so that they truly don't know what they're getting themselves into.

Fans of the show will remember that some of the sex starved stars from season one (cough, Harry Jowsey) were not best pleased with the no PDA premise after finding it out.

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Queue a lot of secret rendezvous' that are sure to leave the rest of the cast fuming...

Contestants are banned from physical touch (Credit: Netflix)
Contestants are banned from physical touch (Credit: Netflix)

Too Hot To Handle's second season was renewed in January of this year, and it was also announced that a third season had already been commissioned, which will air further down the line.

While we're still waiting to hear details on the cast for the next instalment, it is likely they'll be sourced from all over the world again, like last time.

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What we do know is that the show is not taking place in Punta Mita, Mexico, like season one. Variety report that season 2 of Too Hot To Handle will instead see contestants heading to the Caribbean paradise of Turks and Caicos.

What a lucky bunch.

We'll update you as soon as we know more.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: too hot to handle, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

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