Too Hot to Handle'Fremantle is the dating reality TV show aired by the production. It was brought to life by Laura Gibson and Charlie Bennett. The first season, which aired on Netflix on April 17, 2020, consists of nine episodes. The show includes a virtual assistant named “Lana” that constantly reminds contestants of the rules they must obey.
Too Hot to Handle It starts with a group of ten people being taken to a beachfront location that will earn 100,000$ over four weeks. However, contestants must not engage in any sexual act such as kissing, sex or masturbation in order to win this award. If they do any of these, their prize money goes down by a certain amount. Kissing 3000$, oral sex 6000$, and sex 20.000$ reduce the total reward. In the middle of the competition, four new contestants join this erotic Reality Show, with a total of fourteen contestants who must follow the same rules as the others.
The show was created by Laura Gibson and developed by Charlie Bennett and cited as the inspiration for Seinfeld's episode of "The Contest", Too Hot to Handle. Tallback produced the eight-episode series.
Viki Kolar and Jonno Richards, executive producers of Too Hot to Handle, said they were inspired by AI and virtual assistants.
On April 10, 2020, Netflix released the trailer for the first season of Too Hot to Handle. All 8 episodes aired on Netflix on April 17, 2020. Another episode aired again on May 8, 2020, in which Desiree Burch interviewed fourteen contestants.
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I watched the first episode and I feel like I should let go: First of all, I don't understand that they pretended not to know what you signed up for - they were all shocked when they learned the rules of the game or whatever this thing is. I think that's the purpose of making a reality show look real, but a bunch of people who are thrown into a candidate and don't know what they're doing there isn't very real, the creators might have designed the entrance some other way. So maybe I was thinking too pragmatically, but who can't keep him in his pants for $ 100,000 a month? Again, I don't see the idea behind this show. Although I have to admit that I was fascinated by that man's method of being a cosmic star with his own gravitational field, I don't think you can learn anything from him. And then there was a dialogue where one guy asked the other if he could imagine himself in a long-term relationship with one of the girls. All after giving a 5-minute speech. But that's not all, then a joke is added explaining that the long-term term means four weeks. Haha.