Netflix 'Too Hot To Handle' Season 3: 5 things you need to know about the reality series
Season 2 saw Marvin Anthony from Paris take home $55,000. Now with ten new faces, the game is on to see who can play by the rules!
Calling all 'Too Hot To Handle' fans! If you've been waiting eagerly for Season 3, then it's time to mark your calendars. Season 2 saw Marvin Anthony from Paris take home $55,000. Now with ten new faces, the game is on to see who can play by the rules!
When does 'Too Hot To Handle' release and where can you watch it
'Too Hot To Handle' premieres on January 19, 2022, on Netflix.
Who stars in the 'Too Hot To Handle' series
Fans can expect to see virtual assistant Lana back in action yet again, keeping all the contestants in line and ensuring that the rules are being met. For those of you wondering who Lana is, it is essentially a speaker with a programmed voice, created by a team of experts and not a real person. Capital FM reports that producers create her script, who keep track of the contestants and then relay instructions to them.
Netflix even let fans in on the NSFW secret behind Lana's name, through a tweet which read -- "If you found yourself watching Too Hot To Handle and wondering where we got the name Lana from ... reverse it. https://youtu.be/z023yB9_oaE"
The cast for this season features 10 new singles -- Beaux from Kent, UK, Georgia from Brisbane, Australia, Harry from Middlesborough, UK, Holly from Colorado, USA, Izzy from Manchester, UK, Jaz from Virginia, USA, Nathan from Cape Town, South Africa, Patrick from Hawaii, USA, Stevan from LA, USA and Truth from Texas, USA.
What is 'Too Hot To Handle' all about
As per the synopsis of the series, "It's a new year, and it might be snowing outside, but the third season of 'Too Hot To Handle' is back and steamier than ever. It's time to meet a brand new batch of hellraisers who have just arrived for what they think will be the sexiest vacation of their lives. But with Lana watching, will this wild cast be able to stick to the rules and abstain from any kind of sexual contact (or self-gratification) in order to form meaningful connections and keep that prize money as high as their sex drives? The pressure's on, because this season, the stakes are even greater... with the biggest prize fund on offer, ever."
Laura Gibson created the series and Charlie Bennett developed it. The show was inspired by an episode of the hit sitcom 'Seinfeld' titled 'The Contest'.
You can check out the trailer for 'Too Hot To Handle' here