Netflix's popular obstacle course show Floor is Lava recently returned for Season 2, and Lava is more mysterious than ever.
In season 1, viewers couldn't get enough of the show's epic liquid death, and season 2 of The Floor is Lava promises to be full of twists and, of course, lava.
Luckily for spectators and competitors alike, the bubbling red Floor is Lava slime is as harmless as real lava.
Hosted by Rutledge Wood, the Binge Show features teams of three competing in the classic kids' game, but at much higher stakes.
The goal is simple - do what it takes to get to the other side of the themed room without falling into the lava.
Whichever team completes the most and the fastest player wins the $10,000 and the coveted Lava Lamp Trophy.
Most of what is known about Lava comes from Floor, Lava producer and co-owner of Haymaker Media, Irad Eyal.
The crew of The Floor is Lava ordered nearly 100,000 gallons of slime, more than any other show in history.