Too Hot To Handle season two is coming next week - and it looks racier than ever.

It became a huge hit during the first lockdown, with 14 sexy singletons thrown into a luxury resort in Mexico, resisting the urge to get intimate as it resulted in a hefty fine - depending on the action.

This time around, the new cast will have to stop themselves from getting up close and personal for four weeks if they want to win $100,000.

But it appears the 10 new stars of the show are likely to break the rules as they get hot and heavy in the promo clip for the Netflix show.

Netflix shared a first look at the trailer
Netflix shared a first look at the trailer

Some members of the line-up seem to be kissing, flirting and caressing in the trailer, despite the robot shouting: "No kissing! No heavy petting! No Sex!"

The electronic device adds: "The purpose of this retreat is to help you with your emotional connection," and that she will deduct money from the prize fund "if there are meaningless flings".

Meanwhile, scenes from the saucy show show the stars kissing their co-stars and rolling around.

This year we have a party girl lawyer, a TikTok hunk who claims to get 200 saucy DMs a day and an erotic dancer.

One of the lads joining the line-up is Chase.

He's got admirers lining up and a good thing too, as he has a sex-drive that's, in his words, 100 out of 10.

It teases more racy scenes
It teases more racy scenes
Couples appear to kiss, despite the ban
Couples appear to kiss, despite the ban

There's also Carly, who, in her own words, is a man-eater. This Canadian model is an insatiable, fun-loving party girl, who hates being told what to do.

The show was branded an unappealing mix of Love Island and Temptation Island by some, while others found the show lacking direction.

It's set to be more steamy than last time
It's set to be more steamy than last time

One critic wrote: “Its will-they-or-won’t-they concept is ruined as soon as it becomes clear that, yes, they obviously will, even if it means losing tens of thousands of dollars.”

Too Hot To Handle is back from June 23

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