Netflix smash Singles Inferno is confirmed to return with a third season on the OTT platform too. Following the two ‘Picture perfect’ seasons, the South Korean dating reality show is eyeing on its third part and seems like it has got a nod from both its makers and Netflix. One of the first unscripted Korean shows to break into the top 10, the series had its Netflix premiere back in December 2021 and has since become a buzzing sensation online. Here is everything you would want to know about the upcoming season of Singles Inferno.

Netflix confirms Singles Inferno third season 

Netflix stated on February 10th that it had confirmed the production of "Single's Inferno" Season 3. But, there is a twist. Unlike the first 2 seasons where the contestants were sent to the inferno island to make a connection in order to go to paradise, the third season of the same will have a lot more changes. For the upcoming season, the show will be implementing new parameters and shooting locales, which will increase the unpredictability of both the programme and its growing romances. As per Netflix the season is going to be a lot more hotter with new faces.

What is Singles Inferno?

While Singles Inferno first season took some time to settle in among the audience, since it was one of its kind, the second season boomed on the OTT screen. Single's Inferno is an unscripted dating reality show in which singles live together on a remote island named "Inferno" and seek for love. The only means of leaving the "Inferno" and getting to "Paradise," which is made up of opulent suites in five-star hotels, is to become a couple by successfully matching and pairing up with another competitor.The show recently aired its second season and dominated the top 10 hit list globally for consecutive weeks. 

Are the Singles inferno season 2 couple still together?

Last season we saw 3 couples holding hands while leaving from the inferno, which included Shin Seul Ki & Choi Jong Woo, Lee So E & Kim Se Jun, Choi Seo Eun & Jo Yoong Jae. As of now all the three couples who successfully became an inferno love birds are still together and constantly posts an update on their social media. As its global audience becomes more conscious of the shows, Netflix plans to release at least seven additional unscripted Korean productions in addition to Single's Inferno.