'Perfect Match' is a new dating show featuring past Netflix reality stars

'Perfect Match' is a new dating show featuring past Netflix reality stars

Netflix reality stars, assemble! "Perfect Match," out Feb. 14, gathers contestants from past Netflix shows — like "Too Hot to Handle," "Love Is Blind," "The Circle" and "Selling Tampa" — for a supercharged dating show. Think “Bachelor in Paradise,” but Netflix.

As with many dating shows of yore, the show's 23 contestants will gather in a luxury villa to find their "perfect match." For more specifics, including the cast and the roles, read on.

When does the show premiere?

The first episodes of the 12-episode season drop on Feb. 14, with the season unspooling in two more batches.

Who's in the cast of 'Perfect Match'? See familiar faces

After meeting potential partners in the pods, the following "Love Is Blind" cast members are returning for another shot at reality TV love: Lauren “LC” Chamblin, Diamond Jack, Shayne Jansen, Damian Powers and Bartise Bowden.

The returning cast from "Too Hot to Handle" includes Francesca Farago, Chase DeMoor, Georgia Hassarati, Izzy Fairthorne and Chloe Veitch.

The former "The Circle" contestants, now able to meet in person, include Joey Sasso, Ines Tazi, Nick Uhlenhuth, Nick Uhlenhuth, Calvin Crooks and Mitchell Eason.

Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere and Colony Reeves from “Selling Tampa" are now shopping for potential partners instead of houses.

There's also Zay Wilson from "The Ultimatum," Kariselle Snow from “Sexy Beasts," Abbey Humphreys from “Twentysomethings: Austin" and Dom Gabriel and Will Richardson from "The Mole."

How will the show work?

Think of it as slightly devious game of matchmaking. Couples can choose to break up other couples and set them up with new people. The show features a rotating door of cast members, with newcomers arriving to change pre-existing dynamics. Is the goal to find love or create drama? We'll see.

Who is hosting?

The show will be hosted by ex-boy band member Nick Lachey, who also hosts "Love Is Blind" and "The Ultimatum: Marry Or Move On" with his wife Vanessa.

This article was originally published on TODAY.com