With the second season of an original web series, OnlyFans is providing more visibility for its creative community while simultaneously boosting one of its most ambitious ventures. The company known for risqué content is adding to its library on the safe-for-work platform OFTV. It has launched season two of This Is Fire, a cooking competition that brings top OnlyFans stars into the kitchen for a few rounds of culinary combat.
This Is Fire resembles the cooking showdowns that have come before it while adding an OnlyFans twist. Imagine Chopped, but with competitors who use seductive photoshoots to bring in thousands of paying subscribers. The first episode of season two pits Nathan Webb against Kylie Rae Hall, with Joseph Saady — aka Grandmaster Chef Jojo — returning as the This Is Fire judge. Webb and Hall must offer Jojo their takes on a dish that suits the show’s fiery title: kebabs.
The best place to catch This Is Fire is on the OFTV app, which OnlyFans launched in 2021 as a hub for original content. Though many of the stars featured on OFTV are known for NSFW content, the platform’s shows are appropriate for viewers of all ages. With that approach, OnlyFans can expand its reach while also ducking some of the regulatory issues that have affected the titillating side of its operation for years.
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Season one of This Is Fire hit OFTV last year. All seven episodes from that group are available in their entirety on the OF.TV platform, so check them out if you’d like to binge This Is Fire‘s back catalog before beginning season two.
Like season one, the latest batch of This Is Fire episodes will ultimately award a $20,000 prize to one of the show’s celebrity competitors. OFTV has seen success with programs led by reality stars, and it is hoping that strategy will bring attention to its cooking show. Stevan Ditter, best known for competing on the Netflix series Too Hot To Handle, will be one of the contestants on season two of This Is Fire.