Based on ‘The Contest’ from ‘Seinfield’ by Larry David and Jerry Seinfield, Netflix’s ‘Too Hot to Handle’ is a reality dating game show created by Laura Gibson and Charlie Bennett. It brings together a group of single and attractive adults placed under the same roof for a few weeks, but they must not indulge in any kissing, sexual contact, or self-gratification. If any of the contestants break the rule, the monetary cash prize is subtracted significantly.
However, ‘Too Hot to Handle’ season 4 comes with a twist as ten contestants are made to believe that they are on a show called ‘Wild Love’ hosted by Mario Lopez. To everyone’s surprise, Lana takes over, and it is later revealed that they are actually on the popular show’s fourth season. With the singles staying in yet another lavish villa against the backdrop of the pristine waters, it is natural for you to wonder where season 4 was shot. In that case, we have you covered!
Too Hot to Handle Season 4 Filming Locations
‘Too Hot to Handle’ season 4 was filmed on the Turks and Caicos Islands. The principal photography for the fourth iteration of the reality series seemingly took place in the early summer of 2022. The second and third seasons were recorded back-to-back in the same location, the Turks and Caicos Islands. The production team stuck with the same islands for the fourth season but chose a new villa. Now, let’s look at the specific site and learn more about the same!
Turks and Caicos Islands
Most of the pivotal sequences for ‘Too Hot to Handle’ season 4 were lensed on the Turks and Caicos Islands, specifically at the Emerald Pavilion. Located at 50, Prince Of Wales, the villa comprises five luxurious bedrooms that can easily accommodate up to 12 guests, spacious bathtubs, private terraces, picturesque ocean views, outdoor showers, and a heated 1,600 square foot infinity pool that adds to the property’s grandeur.
What enhances the experience of staying at the villa even further are the various services and amenities, such as full villa staffing and wellness retreats. Furthermore, there are several shaded lounge areas by the pool, a dining area with an outdoor barbecue and kitchen, bicycles, a gym, and water leisure equipment.
Given its scenic location, the Turks and Caicos Islands’ economy heavily depends on tourism, fishing, offshore finance, and tourism. The islands have gained even more prominence, with many celebrities and Hollywood stars owning homes in the region. Besides ‘Too Hot to Handle,’ the islands have served as a pivotal production location for numerous projects, including ‘The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip,’ ‘Ocean Treks with Jeff Corwin,’ and ‘Wheel of Fortune.’