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23 June 2021, 17:26
Netflix’s dating show Too Hot To Handle will see contestants battle it out for a huge sum of money, but what's the prize and how much do they win?
Season two sees 10 singletons once again placed in a paradise island villa for four weeks while they get to know each other.
In hopes to find love, the contestants must successfully complete the retreat's self-reflecting challenges to make genuine connections with those they're attracted to – all the while refraining from any sexual contact.
But what do they win, what's the Too Hot to Handle prize? Let’s take a look...
Trailer for Netflix's Too Hot to Handle second series
The prize money up for grabs is $100,000 (£72,000). However, there’s a twist.
In order to win the full prize fund, Too Hot to Handle contestants must follow the strict rules of no sexual contact whatsoever - not even kissing.
If you break the rules, you run the risk of your prize money dropping by thousands.
Each sexual act is worth a different amount of money – and this year even grinding damages the funds.
They’ve also mixed up the show by including contestants from the UK, US and Australia!
The horny hopefuls are told: "This retreat is to help you gain deeper, emotional connections."
The first episodes for Too Hot to Handle are available from 23 June, while the final episodes will be released on 30 June.