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Too Hot To Handle season 2: Official trailer sees new singletons struggle to follow ‘no kissing’ rule on Netflix dating show

Too Hot To Handle is just days from returning to our screens and season two already has us hooked.

In the official trailer for the Netflix dating show, viewers have been given a proper look at the latest bunch of singletons who’ve found themselves stuck in a retreat where kissing, sex, and self-gratification are completely banned.

For those who don’t know, Too Hot To Handle is a dating show with a difference, with contestants living alongside each other in a swanky, sun-drenched villa – but they are forced to abstain from intimate contact in a bid to walk away with a cash prize.

Yep, the group are surprised to discover their sexy vacation getaway isn’t quite the trip to paradise they’d been expecting and we are so here for their reactions.

As virtual assistant Lana reveals the rules, one contestant cries out in shock: ‘Yo, are we on Too Hot To Handle?’

Yep, you definitely are.

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The new Too Hot To Handle cast really didn’t expect to land in a villa with a no kissing or sex ban (Picture: Tom Dymond)

From what we can see in the trailer, these guys don’t last long before a whole load of kissing, cuddling and some other activities take place – causing the cash prize to drop significantly.

How much will be left by the time the relationship experiment comes to an end?

Thankfully, we don’t have too long to find out, as the series drops on June 23, with the final batch of installments arriving on our screens on June 30.

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The singletons can’t seem to keep their hands off each other (Picture: Tom Dymond)

The first episode of season one saw stars get swept away in the romance, before virtual assistant Lana put a dampener on the festivities.

She announced that a prize pot of $100,000 was available to win – but the stars had to refrain from sexual contact for four weeks, otherwise the prize money was reduced.

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The group were having so much fun before the rules were revealed (Picture: Tom Dymond)

The main aim is to leave the villa with a lasting connection, and a lot of money to spend in duty-free – but it didn’t quite work out like that as not everyone was on the same page.

In the end, series one had a slightly controversial finale which saw the 10 remaining contestants all be declared winners and split the $75,000 (£54,000) prize money.

Time will tell if the end result will be the same for the new contestants, or whether Lana might have a few new tricks up her sleeve…

Too Hot To Handle season two arrives on Netflix on June 23, with season one available to stream now.

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