Netflix has renewed its reality dating series "Too Hot To Handle" for seasons 2 & 3 together. The renewal comes after finalizing the production strategy during the COVID times. The show will now shift from Mexico to two other different locations, reportedly the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The show which puts to the test whether hot singles can find emotional connection without sex was Netflix's one of the biggest hit among reality shows. Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos hailed "Too Hot To Handle" as its “biggest competition show ever” after the series premiered last April.
NEWS: Too Hot To Handle is officially coming back for a second series ☀️🏖(⛔️🍆) https://t.co/kgu9ZCwjwL— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) January 27, 2021
Now, production is underway on two new seasons, which will revolve around the same concept: A bunch of singletons will be transported to an exotic location where they hope to find love, but there’s a catch — they are forbidden from kissing, canoodling, and self-gratification. Every fumble results in the cash prize dropping.
"Too Hot to Handle" was named as Netflix’s most-watched show in 10 countries by respected Wall Street analyst Bernstein Research. The data encompassed the U.S., Brazil, UK, Germany, France, Italy, India, Malaysia, Japan, and Korea, and meant the reality show topped other hits including Money Heist and The Umbrella Academy.
The series has also become a co-production between two Fremantle production outfits. Fremantle UK’s entertainment specialist Thames has been brought in to co-produce alongside Talkback, the label that created and produced the first season.
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