Singles Inferno season 4 confirmed by Netflix | Web Series ullu-web-prime.com

Netflix’s breakout Korean dating reality show, Single’s Inferno, has officially been renewed for a fiery Season 4. Say yes to more sunset secrets and unexpected twists, as the globally successful show returns to answer the burning question: can love truly survive the test of paradise? This is the first time that a dating show from Korea has been able to keep its love algorithm popular. Netflix officially announced the development of Season 4 in a press statement that was sent out on January 24.

Singles Inferno season 4 confirmed
Singles Inferno season 4 confirmed

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Netflix confirms season 4 of Singles Inferno

Prepared to swap Tinder for a shot at Paradise? Get ready, as Netflix has officially approved the making of Season 4 of Singles Inferno in its latest update. This is a special milestone as it is the first Korean variety show on Netflix to reach a fourth season.

Producer Kim Jae Won, who directed the previous 3 seasons of the show expressed his views on the upcoming season and is committed to making Season 4 even more exciting. In a statement to Sports Kyunghyang, he said, “We will do our best to make Season 4 even more interesting by listening to the criticisms and feedback sent by the fans for Season 3.”

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Bucking the trend of steamy Western dating shows like Too Hot to Handle and Love is Blind, South Korea’s Singles Inferno emerged as a global phenomenon. Despite relying on wit and emotional connection over excessive skinship, the show took the top spot globally. Season 3 dominated FUNdex’s non-drama category, with cast members like Lee Kwan Hee, Choi Hye Sun, and Kim Gyu Ri achieving individual fame.

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In a press release addressed to its shareholders, Netflix not only confirmed the renewal of Season 4 for the Korean dating show but also provided fans with an update on the highly anticipated Squid Game 2, slated for release by the end of 2024.

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