It’s almost that time! With the premiere of Netflix’s latest dating series looming right around the corner, the Too Hot to Handle cast members are starting to give away some major hints about the show. If you’re planning on tuning in, you’ll want to read this insider scoop so you know exactly what to expect.\nIf you’re not familiar with Netflix’s newest venture into the world of love, Too Hot to Handle will follow a group of men and women as they head to a tropical island getaway for the summer of their lives. Love Island and Bachelor in Paradise fans are probably starting to raise some eyebrows.\nWhat sets this new show apart from others of its kind is that instead of aiming to hook up with their co-stars, these contestants will be doing everything in their power to avoid having any kind of physical relationship. At the beginning of the show, $100,000 is up for grabs, but with each sexual slip-up, the prize money begins to decrease.\nOver the past few weeks, Entertainment Tonight has been speaking with some of the Too Hot to Handle cast, and needless to say they’ve given us plenty to look forward to.\nView this post on Instagram in need of some vitamin D☔️ @fashionnova fashionnovapartner A post shared by TOO HOT TO HANDLE (@francescafarago) on Jan 24, 2020 at 12:38pm PST\nThe contestants on the show come from all over the world, including Canada. 26-year-old Francesca Farago hails from British Columbia, and she revealed to ET that she “had no idea” what she was getting into when she applied for the show.\n“It could have been a show like ‘Survivor’, it could have been a show like ‘The Bachelorette’, it could have been like ‘Love Is Blind’; I was just open to the idea of going on it. I knew I had to be single, that is the requirement, and like sunshine, so I was like, ‘OK, perfect! I am golden.'”\n“Overall, the experience was so amazing and it was probably, like, the wildest month of my entire life.”\nWhile on the show, contestants are constantly monitored by a digital host named Lana, who is all-seeing and all-knowing. In his interview with ET, 26-year-old Sharron Townsend spoke about what it was like to have eyes on you at all times.\nView this post on Instagram How long does leftovers last in the house? A post shared by Too Hot To Handle- Sharron🇯🇲🇺🇸 (@sharrontownsendofficial) on Nov 29, 2019 at 12:37pm PST\n“Lana has eyes. So, Lana can see into the shower. Lana can see everything,” the New Jersey native explained. “Lana actually sees and knows all.”\nWhen asked who he thought which Too Hot to Handle cast member would receive the most love from audiences, Townsend gushed about Harry, a 23-year-old Australian.\n“For the most part, I think everyone is going to be lovable, but I know people are going to love Harry. [He] had quite a sense of humour, totally a great kid and the ‘naughty little possum.'”\nTownsend also revealed that Chloe Veitch, a 22-year-old from Essex, became “like a little sister” to him.\nView this post on Instagram I learned to love myself, respect myself and to emotionally connect myself. I’ve been on so many rollercoasters. And the only way is up from now. You can say I am a new person.. for the better! Love yourself QUEENS❤️ A post shared by Too Hot To Handle (@chloeveitchofficial) on Apr 3, 2020 at 9:24am PDT\nIn her interview with ET, Veitch revealed that she felt a sense of relief when she heard about the “no hookup” rule.\n“When I heard that we were not allowed to kiss, a part of me was glad because I don’t want my nan or my mom to see me do rumpy bumpy on the TV. It was very exciting, but it was a bit of a bummer at the same time.”\nShe also shared that she let her emotions run free during filming and that viewers can expect to see her shed a few tears.\nToo Hot to Handle premieres on Netflix this Friday. You can check out the trailer for the steamy new series below.