Love Island announces new international spinoff and fans don’t like it: ‘Don’t fix what isn’t broken’

Love Island is set to get its own version of All-Stars as a US TV network confirms a spin-off show that will have stars from US, UK and Australian series. Are you ready for this?

Love Island all-stars spin-off
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Love Island all-stars spin-off

Love Island looks like it’s following I’m A Celeb - which fans are left unhappy with - lead as US TV network Peacock has confirmed that it’s about to go international. The ITV’s hit dating reality show that has become a success worldwide is now preparing for a new series named Love Island Games. Here’s what’s happening to your favourite dating show.

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What is Love Island Games?

Love Island Games is understood to be a spin-off version of ITV's original Love Island. The new show will see stars from all three versions of the show - US, UK and Australia - to try and find love for a second time. The show is expected to run like the regular Love Islandwith all the crazy challenges, re-coupling, Casa Amor drama and bombshells.

This comes after Love Island fans already know all the US, UK and Australian stars. The dating show’s US and Australian versions are shown on ITVX in the UK and the UK version is already popular An insider told The Sun:

As Love Island UK is shown in the US - just like the American and Australian versions are shown here on ITVX - almost all the Islanders are known to all audiences.
There's hundreds to choose from.

The spin-off All-star show will be launched on Peacock and currently has no plans to be a UK staple. Love Island currently has three versions in the UK - the summer and winter editions that are scheduled months apart and another middle-aged Love Island.

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Peacock announced the new spin-off show on Instagram and captioned it:

This time, we’re going worldwide ❤️
#LoveIslandGames is coming soon to Peacock.

As soon as the US TV network announced the show on their Instagram, fans flooded the comment section with various types of comments. While many of them requested to see former beloved Islander, many rushed in to say the All-stars version was not needed. One wrote:

Please don’t do what every other A+ reality show does. Don’t fix what isn’t broken 😭

Another two added:

NO WAY! This only works if they get the right contestants in from all UK, AUS, and USA past seasons😭
“Love Island Games” as if the winners haven’t been playing us for the last 3 seasons 😭😂

Meanwhile, a fourth insisted that Leonardo DiCaprio’s rumoured girlfriend Maya Jama should host the Love Island All-stars version too. They commented:

If @mayajama ain’t the host. I ain’t watching. Best believe!

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The Sun: Love Island to get incredible international spin-off – starring US, UK and Australian Islanders


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