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Netflix’s ‘Too Hot to Handle’ Is Your New Reality TV Obsession

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Have you been feeling empty and alone without your weekly dose of The Bachelor/ The Bachelorette?

Are you unable to fill a void left behind by Love Is Blind

Have you lost all meaning without reality TV shows about hot singles looking for love?

We feel you… and we have some good news.

As Netflix continues to expand its reality TV offering, they’re giving you your newest obsession —  a new blind-dating series called Too Hot to Handle.

The series has all the makings of a successful reality TV obsession: a group of hot singles move into a house together, hang out on the beach, and compete for the grand prize of $100,000.

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Except there’s a catch.

Every dating show has to have some kind of social experiment attached to it. Love Is Blind tested whether couples could fall in love purely on connection without ever seeing each other. Too Hot to Handle (because no, it isn’t just a cheeky name) wants to know if people can fall in love without kissing or hooking up!

That’s right. The series strips contestants of any physical and sexual contact with each other. In other words, this is the perfect show to watch during quarantine as we practice “no touching” and social distancing.

As you sit on your couch longing for overpriced drinks on crowded patios and the touch of other human beings, you’re embarking on a journey where a handful of hot and bothered people need to figure whether they want to find love or get a huge lump sum of cash.

Anytime someone lets their passion take over and breaks a rule, the honey jar (like the swear jar but this one prevents you from getting nasty) drops in cash. How low do you the jar will go?

Not convinced that the series is worth binge-ing? Maybe the show’s official synopsis will do it for you: “Too Hot to Handle puts to the test whether these hot singletons can find emotional connection without the sex. On the shores of paradise, gorgeous singles meet and mingle. But there’s a twist. To win a $100,000 grand prize, they’ll have to give up sex.”
Still not convinced?
Watch the trailer.

Too Hot to Handle is here to save you from quarantine boredom on April 17.


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The CW Reveals 2023 Midseason Premiere Dates—See the Lineup

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The wait for some of your favorite CW dramas—the ones that survived, at least—is almost over. 

The CW revealed the upcoming 2023 midseason premiere dates for shows like Walker, Walker: Independence, Kung Fu, All American, and more. 

Here’s when The CW’s scripted dramas will return:

 

THURSDAY, JAN. 12
8 pm Walker (midseason premiere)
9 pm Walker: Independence (midseason premiere)

SATURDAY, JAN. 14
8 pm Criss Angel’s Magic With the Stars (midseason premiere)
9 pm World’s Funniest Animals (midseason premiere)
9:30 pm World’s Funniest Animals (encore episode)

SUNDAY, JAN. 15
7 pm The 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards

FRIDAY, JAN. 20
8 pm Penn & Teller: Fool Us (midseason premiere)
9 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (midseason premiere)
9:30 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (encore episode)

MONDAY, JAN. 23
8 pm All American (midseason premiere)
9 pm All American: Homecoming (midseason premiere)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24
8 pm The Winchesters (encore episode)
9 pm The Winchesters (midseason premiere – new timeslot)

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8
9 pm Kung Fu (midseason premiere)

SATURDAY, FEB. 11
8pm Masters of Illusion (Season 9 premiere)
8:30 pm Masters of Illusion (encore episode)
9 pm World’s Funniest Animals (new episode)
9:30 pm World’s Funniest Animals (encore episode)

 

From the looks of it, the final seasons of Riverdale and Nancy Drew, along with the third season of Superman & Lois, are being held till later in 2023, so stay tuned for updates! 


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Brian Tee’s ‘Chicago Med’ Exit Explained

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Brian Tee's 'Chicago Med' Exit Explained

We’re just a few weeks away from Brian Tee’s final Chicago Med episode. 

The actor will depart the series on the Dec 7 episode, which will also feature his wedding to longtime love and fiancee, April (Yaya DaCosta).

People exclusively revealed photos from the couple’s big day, and now, we’re getting some more insight as to how Ethan Choi will be written off. 

Co-showrunner Andrew Schneider explained that after the wedding, Ethan and April will start a “mobile clinic so that together they can take first-rate medical care to underserved neighborhoods in Chicago.”

We absolutely love this idea as it stays true to his character, and it falls in line with April’s professional aspirations.

Schneider emphasized that the couple will be staying in the Windy City despite leaving Gaffney, which means that there is a chance for both Tee and DaCosta to return for a guest appearance in the near future if they choose. Tee has already been announced as a director of the upcoming 16th episode.

In the previous episode, Choi’s co-workers at the hospital were all surprised to get an invitation to the wedding considering the couple was broken up for quite some time. And while it may seem abrupt and haste, Choi told Charles that losing his father put a lot of things in perspective for him, and he’s finally ready to be the man that April always knew he could be. 

We can’t wait to see their beautiful wedding pan out on the fall finale of Chicago Med!

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Netflix Changes ‘YOU’ Season 4 Release Date

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Joe Goldberg will grace your screen earlier than expected. 

Netflix previously announced that YOU Season 4 Part 1 would drop on February 10, 2023, but now, the streaming giant revealed that it will arrive a day earlier on Thursday, Feb 9.

Part 2 of the season will debut a month later on Thursday, March 9.

The official Instagram account revealed that they would be dropping fun sneak peeks for fans on the following days: Nov. 24, Dec 1, Dec 15, Dec 18, Dec 25, Dec 31, Jan 5, and Jan 10.

It’s almost like the “12 days of Joe-mas” or a YOU advent calendar! 

Mark your calendar. 🗓 Professor Jonathan Moore looks forward to seeing you this semester,” the Instagram video caption read, alluding to the fact that Joe Goldberg has once again assumed a new identity as a Professor. 

Check out the clip below:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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In the new season, Joe has created a new life for himself in London, where he’s naturally become obsessed with yet another beautiful woman, an art gallery director named Kate (played by Charlotte Ritchie). And yes, he’s still pursuing his quest of finding Marienne (Tati Gabrielle).

And from experience, expect things to get very, very, very complicated. 

See you Feb 9! 


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