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Too Hot To Handle's season 4 release date has just been confirmed

Ali Condon

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Too Hot To Handle's season 4 release date has just been confirmed

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Looking to fill the Love Is Blind shaped hole in your heart? Well you're in luck. Too Hot To Handle has just announced that season four is right around the corner.

Yes, the Netflix reality series that challenges a cast of stunning singles to form meaningful connections without getting sexual is back for another round.

Like previous seasons, producers have created an entirely fake reality series to entice contestants, eventually leaving them in shock and horror when they find out what show they're on.


An official Netflix description of the highly anticipated season four reads: "Ten super hot and horny singletons enter a lavish villa in the Caribbean hoping to fall in love harder, faster and more intensely than ever in a high stakes dating show called Wild Love hosted by TV legend Mario Lopez.

"Little do they know that Too Hot To Handle is back and Lana is as watchful as ever. Will this wild cast be able to stick to the rules and abstain from sexual contact (or self-gratification) in order to form meaningful connections, and keep that prize money as high as their sex drives? Or will temptations prove too strong to resist?"

The Too Hot To Handle team have tried this tactic before, and it's worked every single time.

In season two, contestants thought they were on a show called Parties In Paradise, hosted by stand-up comedian Jeff Dye.

The following year, another group of unsuspecting singletons were convinced they had signed up for a new reality series called Pleasure Island, hosted by presenter Dariany Santana.

By the end of the first episode, though, the 'fake' presenter disappears and virtual assistant Lana reveals herself to let everyone know that they are, in fact, on Too Hot To Handle.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

This year, it looks like the fake host is Saved By The Bell star Mario Lopez, who will work to convince this year's batch of singles that they're on a show called Wild Love.

As usual, once the secret is revealed, contestants will try their best to remain celibate and avoid any sort of physical connection to be in with a chance to with $100,000 (£864,000).

So, when exactly can we expect to see the drama unfold?

Season four of Too Hot To Handle will launch on Netflix on Wednesday, 7 December with the first five episodes available to stream.

Then, the final five episodes will drop a week later on Wednesday, 14 December.

In the meantime, seasons 1-3 of Too Hot To Handle are available to watch on Netflix now.

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix, Too Hot To Handle

Ali Condon
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