Love Island, the nation’s most-watched reality TV show, brought record-breaking viewings in this year’s series. The show spans the course of eight weeks meaning viewers often become heavily attached to the couples projected on-screen.
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The dating show is set to end in just two short weeks, but what will replace the Love Island shaped void once it finally draws to a close? Temptation Island is soon on the way and it seems to be the answer to our prayers.
The US reality show will air on 4th August and bares striking resemblance to the format of our favourite summer dating show. It features a bunch of hot singleton thrown into an exotic location to test the boundaries of relationships on-screen.
The main difference about the show is that there will be four concrete relationships entering the villa and the “fun” comes when various others attempt to see if the coupled up individuals can be swayed. Moreover, while ITV2 bosses now hold back on raunchier scenes, the US show appears to have an “anything goes” attitude.
The show has been called “the ultimate test of faithfulness”. Zai Bennett, Managing Director of Content at Sky revealed, “Temptation Island is addictive and unmissable, and we can’t wait to launch it on Sky this summer. If you’re a fan of reality TV and entertainment, then this is your next must-watch show.”
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