Too Hot To Handle Season 2 Is Landing On 23rd June
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Summer is just around the corner - but it's not just the weather that will be getting hot and steamy.
A number of sexy singletons will find themselves working up a sweat in Netflix's Too Hot To Handle, which is returning for a scorching second season.
The first four episodes of the series will drop on June 23rd, while the remaining six land a week after on June 30th.
For those of us that never watched the first season (where were you?) the series sees 10 singles from around the world, living together in a villa. So far, so Love Island.
However, what makes Too Hot to Handle different from its ITV rival is this huge twist; the contestants, who are all apparently commitment-phobes, will be competing to win a prize of $100,000 (£80,700).
But to win the prize, they mustn't get up to any naughty antics - no cuddling, kissing - basically no getting up close and personal.
The more they break the rules - the more the prize money goes down, which we reckon will make for some very tense arguments.
The antics in the villa are overseen by Lana, the virtual assistant that aims to keep the peace by enforcing the rules - think of a cross between Amazon's Alexa and a policewoman.
Last season saw Chloe Veitch, David Birtwistle, Francesca Farago, Harry Jowsey, Kelz Dyke, Lydia Clyma, Nicole O'Brien, Rhonda Paul, Bryce Hirschberg, and Sharron Townsend deemed as the winners, and forced to split the remaining $75,000 between them.
Francesca and Harry were best known for their repeatedly saucy antics, and ended the series together as an established together.
However, the pair split for eight months after the show ended, before surprisingly reconciling and even getting engaged on the reunion show. They split shortly afterwards.
It looks as if we're going to be spoilt for choice for dating shows this year, with Love Island thought to be returning - as well as the highly anticipated UK version of Australia's Married At First Sight.
It's going to be a long, hot summer guys.
Too Hot To Handle will be available to stream on Netflix. Catch up on Season 1 now.