Netflix has announced new and returning unscripted titles, including three new productions from UK indies Wheelhouse UK, Thames and Remarkable.

The three commissions include a dog-eat-dog show, where contestants hunt down the initial winner of $1m; a singing competition show where the contestants are in control; and a physical and mental elimination competition, featuring stars from other Netflix shows.

Channel 4 hit Love is Blind, from CPL, is also launching on the streamer this summer.

Netflix has re-commissioned four dating shows including  Too Hot to Handle, another Thames production, with Talkback. And reality show The Mole.

With nearly 100 games included with all Netflix memberships, four new interactive fiction games will join the roster in 2024: Netflix Stories: Perfect Match, Too Hot to Handle 3, The Ultimatum: Choices, and Netflix Stories: Selling Sunset. Each game will launch alongside the new season of its respective series.


Building the Band
Building the Band brings together 50 of the most talented singers for a truly unique competition show where building the perfect band is all about chemistry. The singers are in complete control as they seek to form their very own bands without ever seeing each other. All they have to go on is musical compatibility, connection, chemistry, and merit. What will happen when the bands finally meet and … looks, choreography, and style come into play? Incredible performances, compelling drama, and one big goal: find the next great music band.

Executive Producers
Simon Crossley, Cat Lawson, Alison Holloway, Katrina Morrison, Clara Elliot

Production Company
Remarkable Entertainment, Banijay UK

Battle Camp
In Battle Camp (working title), the greatest stars from across Netflix’s broad slate of reality and doc series return to face the ultimate physical and mental competition, where a giant spinning wheel randomly decides who stays and who goes. In order to keep their names off that wheel, our returning fan favorites need to be unbeatable in high-octane challenges, unbreakable in grueling punishments and, last but certainly not least, unhateable in camp, as everyone has a vote. The player who achieves all three becomes the ultimate Netflix reality competitor and takes home the $250,000 prize.

Executive Producers
Louise Peet, Ashley Whitehouse, Hannah Ganio, and Rebecca McLaughlin

Production Company
Thames, a Fremantle label

Million Dollar Secret
The million-dollar prize is won by one of 12 players right at the start of the first episode. Now, the others will hunt them down — eliminate the millionaire and the money moves to someone new. When should they strike? Too soon and they become the target; too late and they may never get the money. Meanwhile, the millionaire can try to get rid of the cash if the heat becomes too much. This is a game of strategy and alliances, where predators can become prey in the blink of an eye. Peter Serafinowicz to host.

Executive Producers
Glenn Hugill, Will Nothacker, Charles Wachter (showrunner), Russ Friedman, Joe Coleman, and Pam Healey

Production Company
Wheelhouse UK, Spoke Studios

Owning Manhattan
The new Netflix reality series Owning Manhattan gives a look inside the glamorous, adrenaline-filled universe of high-stakes real estate in New York City. World famous broker and CEO Ryan Serhant will stop at nothing as he builds his brokerage and goes after the most exclusive luxury listings in the city. And he’s not alone: He’s leading an ambitious army of agents on a mission to become the No. 1 brokerage in the world.

Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell, Bianca Barnes-Williams, Kelly Montalvo

World of Wonder Productions

Selling The City
From the creators of Selling Sunset and Selling the OC comes Selling the City, a new series following a dynamic group of no-nonsense, kick-ass agents at Douglas Elliman as they navigate the cutthroat world of luxury real estate in New York City. From intense competition to the fast-paced careers and personal dramas of these agents, Selling the City promises to deliver all the excitement against the stunning backdrop of the city’s real estate landscape. Production to start this spring.

Adam DiVello, Skyler Wakil, Chris Cullen and Kris Lindquist

Done and Done Productions

Love Is Blind: UK
British singles who want to be loved for who they are have signed up for a less conventional approach to modern dating, and will choose someone to marry without ever meeting them. Over several weeks, the newly engaged couples will move in together, plan their wedding, and find out if their physical connection matches the strong emotional bond developed in the pods. When their wedding day arrives, will real-world realities and external factors push them apart, or will they marry the person they fell blindly in love with?

Emma Willis, Matt Willis

CPL Productions, a Seven.One Studios company


Pippa Considine

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