Too Hot to Handle season 3: Fans in meltdown as Netflix shares premiere news

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The streaming giant Netflix has revealed the dating show will be back in early 2022 and has also announced three new UK titles are on the way. Too Hot to Handle was a significant success as it saw singletons attempting to make meaningful connections whilst banning sexual contact. The contestants were kept under the watchful eye of an AI drone called Lana, who records everything they do, ensuring they don’t break the rules.


Fans were overjoyed to hear the news that a season three was coming their way this Winter, with some taking to Twitter to express their thoughts.

One user wrote: “Season three babyyy let’s go! I’m so excited for a new season!”

Another added: “I’ve just finished bingeing the entire first and second series, and I can’t wait for the new season to be out!”

“I think this has been the only time I have wished my summer away and for Winter to hurry up! #toohottohandle.”

In the first season, fans saw the prize money split between the remaining contestants after it was agreed everyone had formed meaningful relationships during their time on the show.

Season two, however, saw the decision left in the hands of the contestants again, who voted for Marvin Anthony.

Despite making a solid connection with fellow contestant Melinda Melrose, their relationship fizzled out after the show had ended.

However, it wasn’t all bad news for the model as she confirmed she had moved on with co-star Peter Vigilante, who was voted off the show early in the series.


Melinda explained that she and Marvin had organised a trip to Tulum, Mexico, where they could see each other again.

“We were meant to meet in Tulum in Mexico, I booked my flight to go there, and we fought, and so finally I didn’t go,” Marvin confessed, as he took home the $44k (£39k) prize.

Melinda was not happy when she found out Marvin had left her in the dark and cancelled his flight, leaving her to go on the trip herself.

She explained: “I booked the Airbnb, I had things planned, but of course Marvin and I did get into an argument, that is true.

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“He could have put his big boy pants on and still come, but he decided to cancel his whole flight.

“The day that I was supposed to come, he was ignoring my tests, I was texting Chase as well, he ignored me too, I was left in the dark.”

She revealed that she will always love Marvin, with her former flame admitting that he missed her.

“For a long time, we didn’t talk or anything but now we talk, and we are on good terms, and I don’t know what will happen, but we’ll see,” Marvin explained.

“We’re not together anymore, even though I do miss her a lot.”

Netflix also revealed three new reality and entertainment series, which are set to be released around the same time as Too Hot to Handle.

The first one is a show called Dated and Related, which will see siblings try and find love together, as they get up close and personal as they search for ‘the one.’

Dance Monsters is the second show which is a large-scale dancing competition with a monster twist. Through the power of VFX, competitors will transform fantastical dance monsters that come to life in front of an expert panel of judges.

The last one is Snowflake Mountain, a wilderness survival show for young kids who aren’t yet living to their full potential. It will see them connecting with nature and learning to be grateful for everything they have.

Too Hot to Handle seasons 1&2 are available to watch on Netflix. 


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