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Netflix 'gives go-ahead to two more seasons of Too Hot To Handle'

Netflix 'gives go-ahead to two more seasons of Too Hot To Handle'
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Netflix reportedly gives the go-ahead to two more seasons of dating format Too Hot To Handle.

Netflix has reportedly renewed dating show Too Hot To Handle for two more seasons.

The unconventional format sees a group of sexy singletons put up in a luxury tropical location before being forbidden from having any form of intimate contact with each other, or themselves.

The first season was released on the streaming service last Spring and became one of the hits of lockdown, although news on future seasons had not been forthcoming until today.

According to Deadline, Netflix was keen to delay the renewal announcement while it recruited contestants for the new seasons - and apparently claimed that it was casting for a new show called Parties In Paradise to throw the applicants off the scent.

The publication says that the next two seasons are in the process of being shot back-to-back in the Turks and Caicos Islands near the Bahamas - a British overseas territory that has reported only eight deaths due to coronavirus to date.

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