The new episodes of the dating show, including the final which reveals the Too Hot to Handle season two winner, have now dropped on the streaming site, and the question we all want to know the answer to is: Are Emily and Cam still together?
We'll probably find out more when the reunion airs on Monday, 5th July.
And if that wasn't enough, there's even a spin-off show hosted by Chloe Veitch from season, who gave us a Too Hot to Handle recap and revealed the rule breaks which shocked her the most.
How many episodes of Too Hot to Handle are there?
There are 10 episodes in season two of Too Hot to Handle.
The reunion episode will launch on Monday, 5th July on YouTube.
Too Hot to Handle season 2 release date
Season two of Too Hot to Handle arrived on Netflix on Wednesday, June 23rd at 8am.
Episodes will be released in batches on the streaming site, with episodes one-four dropping on June 23rd, followed by episodes five-10, including the Too Hot to Handle season two final, arriving on Wednesday, June 30th. For more information, see our Too Hot To Handle release schedule guide.
Netflix confirmed in January that Too Hot To Handle would be back for a second season.
The show’s narrator Desiree Burch hinted at a second series back in April 2020, telling RadioTimes.com that she would return for series two “in a heartbeat”. She added that she would be curious to see if the show would include LGBT contestants and singles from other countries.
Too Hot to Handle season 2 contestants
The starting line-up has been confirmed, and includes 10, raunchy singletons who are in for a right shock when they hear Lana's rules.
You can see a full list of contestants below:
What is Too Hot to Handle spin-off show Extra Hot?
If you can't get enough of all things THTH, then you're in luck – the reality series is getting it's own companion show this year.
Too Hot To Handle: Extra Hot will be hosted by season one contestant and The Circle star Chloe Veitch, with new episodes arriving on Netflix UK YouTube every Friday from 18th June.
Each episode will see Chloe break down the drama of season two with her season one cast mates Nicole O'Brien and David Birtwistle, before speaking to the stars of the upcoming series, getting "all the tea about what really went down in the villa and what happened once they left".
The first episode arrived on Friday, with Chloe, Nicole and David introducing the season two contestants.
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Where is Too Hot to Handle filmed?
The second season of Too Hot To Handle is being filmed in a brand new location. Netflix revealed the news in a clip on Wednesday, 19th May as they announced the show's return date.
The new villa where Too Hot to Handle season two is filmed was revealed on Monday, 14th June, and is located in Turks & Caicos.
Season one was filmed in a private estate in Mexico. The commitment-phobes spent four weeks at secluded haven Casa Tau in the Punta Mita region of the South American country, surrounded by over nine miles of Pacific Ocean beaches.
Too Hot to Handle trailer
The official trailer for season two has been released and it looks like viewers are in for a right treat!
You can watch the full clip below:
What happened last season?
Netflix’s first season saw the Too Hot to Handle cast search for love at a sunny seaside villa in a bid to win the $100,000 jackpot under one condition – no sexual activity.
Throughout the eight-part season, we saw the contestants struggle with the task, with some succeeding but a few failing miserably. With deductions being made to the prize pot every time the rules are broken, the total amount sunk down to $50,000 at one point (mainly thanks to Harry and Francesca), although the pair were given the opportunity to earn the money back.
As a result, the remaining members of the group split the $75,000 jackpot between them – going home with $7,500 each (£6,080).
Only two strong couples left the retreat as an item – Francesca and Harry, and Rhonda and Sharron – which is unsurprising considering that both couples cost their fellow contestants the most money.
The series also saw the late arrival of four new singles – Bryce Hirschberg, Lydia Clyma, Madison Wyborny and Kori Sampson, although the latter two were eliminated from the retreat along with troublemaker Haley Cureton. Matthew ‘Jesus’ Smith voluntarily walked away from the competition in episode six after struggling to find love but feeling satisfied with his progress on the show.
Too Hot To Handle is available to stream on Netflix. Season one is available to stream on Netflix now. If you’re looking for more to watch check out our TV guide.