Emily Fayemiller: Meet Netflix 'Too Hot To Handle' star who dates guys as a hobby!

The official bio describes her as someone who 'always gets what she wants'


                            Emily Fayemiller: Meet Netflix 'Too Hot To Handle' star who dates guys as a hobby!
Emily Fayemiller in 'Too Hot to Handle' (Emily/ Instagram)

Netflix's 'Too Hot To Handle' Season 2 promises a roster of singletons who seem to be high on sex drive. Emily Fayemiller is one of them. How will the good-looking bunch survive the sexless summer? Only time will tell. The streaming giant is betting big on the show. Mainly because the concept is unusual. Dating shows should ideally mean the couples get to spend quality time, explore the physical aspect of their relationship, and more. The creators of 'THTH' clearly beg to differ. The idea is to practice celibacy while establishing meaningful connections. 

If you are new to dating reality shows, as prep work you could catch up on 'Indian Matchmaking', 'Dating Around', 'Love is Blind', and 'Say I Do'. They may be vastly different from what 'THTH' is all about but they will give you a brief idea of what to expect from shows from a similar genre. 

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Who is Emily Fayemiller?

Outspoken, for sure. The model from Hertfordshire has no interest in commitment. For her, "dating is a hobby" and something that takes up three days of her week. The official bio describes her as someone who "always gets what she wants." She is a multi-lingual model and is known to be the life and soul of a party. "But she’s not afraid to break a few hearts in her search for satisfaction." "I'm a chronic heartbreaker," she says in her introductory video. Now the question is: Will Lana, the virtual assistant, be able to change the way she looks at relationships, or will the temptation in the retreat prove tough to combat? 



 

It wouldn't be surprising if she gives in because 'THTH' has tweaked the rules this year and the competition will be stiffer than the last season. In the maiden season, there were 14 contestants, which meant it was tough to keep a track of who was getting involved with whom. This time, there are fewer contestants. This will help sleuths in the group function better. 



 

Of the 10 episodes of 'THTH', Netflix will drop the first four on June 23, Wednesday, and remaining on June 30. For more information, check your local listings. While the show has been developed by Laura Gibson and Charlie Bennett, serving as executive producers are Amelia Brown, Saul Fearnley, and Ros Coward for Thames Productions and Jonno Richards for Talkback.

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