Too Hot To Handle is making a return in 2021.
The steamy looking for love series – that first debuted on Netflix in 2020 – will be back to give fans their fix of sizzling and saucy content as the lavish villa is filled with a host of gorgeous singletons who are fined from the $100,000 price pot if they engage in sexual interaction.
Announcing the news on Twitter, the streaming giant penned: “Too Hot To Handle is officially coming back for a second series!”
The Netflix UK and Ireland micro-blogging account then followed up with another message, reading: “More details and date to follow.”
It is no surprise that Too Hot To Handle has been commissioned for a second series as the first season was an overnight success.
The hot and hunky contestants were forbidden from any form of sexual contact during the show and if they indulged themselves money was deducted from the $100,000 (£80,000) prize fund.
A kiss cost $3,000 (£2,430) a time sex cost $20,000 (£15,000).
A listening device named Lana was placed in every room of the deluxe villa alongside cameras that picked up any rule-breaking.
Only two strong couples left the retreat to continue their romances in the outside world – Francesca Fargo and Harry Josey and Rhonda Paul and Sharron Townsend.
None of the couples from the show made it work outside the villa in Mexico.
Sharron claims he never saw Rhonda after filming wrapped and Francesca and Harry went on to get engaged but the Canadian bombshell and Australian hunk split shortly after.
Francesca is now in a relationship with TOWIE star Demi Sims.
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