Netflix's 'Too Hot To Handle' produced by Talkback and created by Laura Gibson, has unraveled the fascinating concept behind the 'Seinfield' episode titled 'The Contest.' Netflix's 'Too Hot To Handle', a reality dating series with a little bit of twist. The series features a group of exceptionally stunning and attractive singles who come and stay together and get in a relationship together, assuming that they will be able to go wild. Things sound good until virtual assistant Lana initiates a complete sex ban.
The contestants compete together for bagging out the grand prize of $100,000. They all work on creating deep and meaningful connections by completely giving up the physical intimacy that includes kissing, heavy petting, and self-gratification. In addition, every single time after breaking the rule, there is a deduction of some amount from the award price. So, it is very much clear that money is a very big part of the show, but with that comes the question about the cast member's earnings on the show. If you want to know what the cast members really make on the show title 'Too Hot To Handle', read on.
How much do 'Too Hot To Handle' contestants get paid?
Virtual assistant, Lana's rules for the contestants are very simple and straight forward like a lip lock costs $3,000, oral sex costs $6,000, and intercourse will be leading to a $20,000 loss. Depending on the heaviness for petting and grinding, the charges can be anywhere from $2,000 onwards. However, it is assumed that the contestants appearing on the show are not paid by the producers. However, the contestants are provided with other facilities like to and fro conveyance, good food, beverage and accommodation at an island but no money.
They can only earn a handsome amount of money by winning the grand prize that appears utterly fair considering how everyone is getting a shot of it. Once Bryce Hirschberg also spoke on this matter and said, "There was no fee. The way they pitched it was, 'Oh Bryce, you are going to make a ton of money after this anyway. You are going to get a ton of exposure.' And I am not really going on it for the money anyway. I'm going for the experience and I Know that exposure will come through as well which is nice."Bryce even mentioned that the contestants compete on a luxury vacation.
Whilst they are not paid to appear on the show but at least the participants can usually evolve into social media influences and cash in from not only gaining a huge fan following, views and followers but also paid partnerships and advertisement offers.