A fresh season of ITV's Love Island is all set to premiere in the summer of 2023. With new islanders on board, the 10th season of the reality dating series is keeping Love Island fans on their toes. It features a bunch of single-eligible islanders thrown into the villa. Fans can't wait to just get a peek at what the series holds for them this year around. With old videos still doing rounds online, everyone is excited to see the new set of girls and boys that are set to star in the show, while stirring in some drama, and brewing some romance.
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In fact, Love Island producers have just revealed the full cast of the show and fans are buzzing to know more!
When is the first episode confirmed to premiere?
With the winter Love Island series that took place from January to March, fans of the show are excited to see the new drama unfold, with the single islanders who are ready to enter the villa. Every day on the island unfolds a new layer of equations that is likely to result in a successful couple. The show that features episode after episode in a beautiful villa is set to make a comeback just in time to welcome summer and premieres on the 5th of June.
ITV confirmed in a statement:
This summer, Love Island is back in Mallorca and set to return for its tenth sizzling series on Monday 5th June.
Where will you be able to watch Love Island?
Love Island will air on ITV 2 and ITVX at 9 PM every week night and Sunday night. Historically, Love Island does not air on Saturday night, however fans can stay tuned by watching Love Island: Unseen Bits which features unseen footage from the previous episodes.
Producers will also be bringing back the much loved Love Island : Aftersun, where Maya Jama will get together with booted contestants to talk about their experiences in the villa.
How long will Love Island air?
This date has been confirmed by ITV and the show normally lasts around 8 weeks long, which means that the show will run through June and July. However, this final date is yet to be confirmed and will likely remain a mystery up until the last few weeks of the show.
With every day giving rise to the start of a new love story, the audiences are excited to see a couple or two walk out happily from the villa. And only time can tell what is in store for the girls and boys of the villa, as they date, make friends like family, and forge everlasting relationships.
Who is the new host of Love Island?
The previous winter Love Island that took place in South Africa revealed Maya Jama to be its host. And as fans already know, she did a smashing job with the contestants. The former Love Island star shows great potential for yet another series, given that she was well-loved by the audience from the start to the finish of the winter Love Island series. Maya Jama is a girl who really made news for her good screen presence and is a big hit on Instagram and other social media platforms, wherein she shows a glimpse into her life, which seems to be going well.
While disclosing the cast of the show, ITV also confirmed that Maya Jama is set to host the new summer season of the show, which will be filmed in Mallorca. This has been said to be a good decision by the producers of the show, given that any video filmed by the former islander makes news, given the number of likes and shares it receives.
So save the date, to see the star presenter in action.
Rumors about the new Love Island season
Although the full cast of the show has been announced, what fans love about the show is the twist and turns producers introduce with unexpected bombshells and of course, the much awaited Casa Amor. An ongoing rumour is that ITV may be talking about bringing back old contestants to shake up the cast of the show, but this merely remains speculation. It wouldn't be surprising since they have done it before by bringing controversial participant Adam Collard in during last summer's series.
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