Netflix has renewed Too Hot To Handle for seasons 2 and 3. Here’s everything you can expect from these next installments in the series.
Netflix has renewed Too Hot To Handle for seasons 2 and 3, and the fans are expecting great things from the next installments in the series. The fans have long been waiting for new seasons of Too Hot To Handle to be announced, but Netflix took its time with the announcement. This particular show was released right after the streaming giant released huge hits such as Love Is Blind and The Circle US, but news about a possible Too Hot To Handle season 2 renewal took very long to come out.
Thankfully, Netflix has now confirmed that it will produce Too Hot To Handle seasons 2 and 3. Despite the late announcement, this means that the series is getting the same treatment as The Circle and Love Is Blind on Netflix, being renewed for two more seasons rather than just one. In 2021, the fans are expecting to watch the second seasons of those aforementioned shows, but it is likely that production on new episodes of Too Hot To Handle is slightly behind. In any case, the fans can certainly expect a few things from those future installments.
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Now, a whole new batch of singletons will get to look for love on Too Hot To Handle. For one, Deadline reports that these two new seasons will be filmed in Turks and Caicos rather than in Mexico. These subsequent seasons will be made by the same production company, Talkback, but it will now also be co-produced by a company called Thames. According to the original report, there’s a chance that a good portion of these new seasons has been filmed already under the working title of Parties In Paradise. When it comes to the format of the show, the original rules are all still expected to come back.
When it comes to expectations from the Too Hot To Handle fans, it’s safe to say that most of the viewers will want to get an actual winning couple for seasons 2 and 3, rather than the everyone-takes-a-trophy-home approach from the first season. And while it was fun to watch Harry and Francesca breaking so many rules, the show will likely have clearer guidelines in the future for which rule-breakers will go home and which couples can stay in the competition.
The wait is on for seasons 2 and 3 of Too Hot To Handle. Hopefully, they will be released on Netflix sooner rather than later.
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