Whether Julie finds love during her upcoming journey remains up in the air, but Marino will exclusive reveal that many favorites from season 1 and 2 will return for a third season called Burning Down the House. “The difference between Burning Love and Burning Down the House is, we strip away the love and make it solely about the money,” he laughs. “Everybody’s there competing for the huge prize of $900. Everybody has great plans if they win.”
It’s another chance for Marino and Oyama, who produced House concurrently with Love season 2, to keep their friends around for a little while longer. “We’re very lucky, Erica and I, in that we are friends or work with a lot of people who are very funny people and are willing to come and do this with us,” he says. “I’m shocked sometimes when I look at the cast and feel very, very lucky that we were able to get all these great actors.”
Burning Love season 2 and Burning Down the House will both premiere on Yahoo! Screen in 2013.
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