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Netflix has released the trailer for its new dating show Too Hot To Handle.
And while at first glance is may appear to be just another reality show where a bunch of guys and gals are left on an island to find love, it's not.
Ok, well, it is that, but there is an added twist, which makes it slightly more interesting.
While the aim of other series is to see contestants bonk each other's brains out in front of a camera, Too Hot To Handle demands the exact opposite. Kissing and sexing are strictly off the menu and money will be deducted from the $100,000 jackpot if people break the rules.
Stars of the show include a Canadian travel influencer who once dated DJ Diplo, an ex-semi-pro rugby player, and a former America's Next Top Model finalist.
The show is set to land on Netflix from Friday, 17 April.
And it has a lot to live up to, with the streaming site's recent venture into the dating world, Love is Blind, proving a global hit.
For the few of you out there who have yet to see it, the concept is fairly simple. It coupled up singles who want to be loved for 'who they are, rather than what they look like' - meaning it's not worlds apart from the Married at First Sight franchise.
Contestants start speaking to a selection of potential partners, but don't get to see what they look like as they try to forge a connection, only being allowed to clock eyes on each other once there's been a proposal.
The concept baffled viewers, with many arguing the premise is 'crazy', while others argue that's all part of charm.
WHY CANT I STOP WATCHING love is blind. Like buhhhh it's crazy but i can't stop
- Carly Bush (@MmCarlz15) April 10, 2020
One person tweeted: "Started watching Love is Blind and I'm at a loss for words... The concept? The chaos? [...] *chefs kiss* sensational."
Another wrote: "These people on Love is Blind just said I love you to each other through a pod AND I AM LOSING IT THIS SHOW IS CHAOS."
A third added: "Love is Blind is such a f***ing weird series but I can't stop watching it."
If this sounds like your kind of thing, then you can watch it all back on Netflix, now.
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