Netflix confirms ‘Singles Inferno’ will return in ‘hotter and sexier’ Season 2

Netflix confirms ‘Singles Inferno’ will return in ‘hotter and sexier’ Season 2

Netflix has officially confirmed that a "hotter and sexier" second season of its hit South Korean dating show “Singles Inferno” is on the way.

April 12, 2022
Netflix has announced that a “hotter and sexier” second season of its hit South Korean dating show “Singles Inferno” is on the way.
In an announcement on Tuesday, Netflix officially confirmed that “Singles Inferno” will return with a new set of castaways who must compete on a deserted island to find a partner while trying to survive.
The series followed several passionate participants motivated to find love, couple up and find their version of ‘paradise,’” Netflix said in a press release. “Fans can expect to escape to ‘Inferno’ island to see more steamy moments, adrenaline-pumping dates and much more, as our new singles embark on relationships in the pursuit of love.”
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Season 2 will follow the formula of the show’s first season, where a group of men and women living together on “Hell Island” must find a partner to experience a day of luxury.
Those who become a couple can move to ‘HEAVEN Island’ for a day, where high-quality food and accommodations are provided, while those who fail to become a couple must spend their days self-sufficient in ‘Hell Island,’” Netflix stated.
Despite its intimidating name, “Hell Island” is reportedly a popular uninhabited tourist spot in west Incheon. Its counterpart, which is also called “Paradise” on the show, is Paradise Hotel and Resort located near Incheon International Airport.
Season 1 of “Singles Inferno” was ranked No. 4 for two consecutive weeks on Netflix’s Global Top 10 Non-English TV list from Jan. 3 to Jan. 16, 2022.
The cast list and release date of Season 2 has yet to be revealed.
      Bryan Ke

      Bryan Ke is a Reporter for NextShark




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