On the shores of paradise, gorgeous singles meet and things started to be hot. But there’s a twist to win a $100,000 grand prize, they’ll have to give up sex, kiss or any type of intimacy.
After the Netflix dating series “Love Is Blind” become successful, Netflix now released the second reality series “Too Hot to Handle”. To make it more exciting they have added twist of sexless.
On “Love Is Blind,” the contestants were pushed to get engaged before ever laying eyes on their fiancés. Singles dated on opposite sides of a wall, spending hours talking with prospective spouses, then reserve the future one with-on a week or so.
On the episodes of “Too Hot to Handle,” the gorgeous contestants are isolated together on a tropical island, where they spotted with bikinis and swimsuits. Casts haven’t informed about the no sex rule until things started getting hot and wet.
It’s quite interesting to think what whether Netflix is on the same page of the current generation, casts who have been grown up in the so-called hookup culture, are intrigued by overt subversions of that culture and its expectations for sexual intimacy. Or the twist is there to test out the resistivity without tension between the shows and their broader cultural contexts. But, they’re still predicated on a subversive argument, that “deeper connections” are fostered by delaying sexual intimacy.
“Too Hot to Handle” may not be as good as “Love Is Blind” or any closer. But, with the nation in lockdown, people might watch it up more especially current hook-up generation. It may cross ‘Love is Blind’.
The Series winner prize will be $100,000 but… If you break any kind of rule then the amount will go down as penalty. If you’ve watched all eight episodes, you know how much money they will get at the end. The amount will split with 10 contenstants evenly.