Netflix's no-sex dating show will be returning to screens for a second series after the first season became an instant success.
Too Hot To Handle Season 2 will be released on Netflix throughout June, starting on June 23.
To celebrate the new season starting, Netflix is creating a beach paradise inspired by the show, designed to help reacquaint Brits with the world of real life dating.
With Covid restrictions set to be lifted on June 21, Brits will be given the opportunity to re-enter the world of physical dating.
Singletons will be able to attend the Too Hot To Handle: Date Night event, which will be throwing its guests back into the delights of dating.
The event, which mirrors the twist in the hit show, will ask the attendees to look beyond physical attraction and encourage meaningful interaction.
So how does it work? Those chosen to take part in the Too Hot To Handle: Date Night will head to London's Fulham Beach.
Here, attendees will make initial connections with other singles, and they will be joined on their dates with non-other than Too Hot To Handle’s A.I. romance guru ‘Lana'.
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Lana will be offering tips to re-hone their dating techniques, as well as encourage participants to abstain from physical contact and focus on meaningful emotional connections.
Relationship expert Sam Owen, a consultant on the event, said: “It has been a year and a half like never before, which has been especially difficult for the 23.1 million single people in the UK.
"Not being able to go out and meet new people has been a challenge for those looking for love, and now some will find it daunting to get back out there to flirt and make physical and meaningful connections after over a year of essentially enforced abstinence.
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“We’re hoping the raising of restrictions on 21st June, coupled with our romantic beach holiday set up, will be the perfect cocktail to raise some heart rates and lead to some genuine romance and connections.”
You can apply at the Too Hot To Handle Date Night website on your own, or with a friend for a chance of a group date.
The event will take place on June 23, and the application deadline is June 15.
If selected, singles will be matched up by Owen. Or, if you've met someone in lockdown, you can apply together to see if the romance is alive offline.
The dates will take place in a tropical holiday setting, and before the night ends you'll be invited to the VIP beach bar.
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