If you thought Big Brother needed more romance and Survivor needed to show more skin, then you’ll be in ecstasy watching Love Island.
Love Island takes place at a beautiful villa in Fiji, where attractive, scantily clad young Islanders have come seeking love, friendship, relationships and their share of reality TV show notoriety.
— Love Island USA (@loveislandusa) June 30, 2019
Every few days, the Islanders have to find a mate, and those who fail to find a partner are at risk of getting booted out of paradise. Of course, there will be competitive challenges, new Islanders arriving to shake things up, and plenty of dramatic twists as couples get uncoupled by inevitable scandals.
Islanders must not only make themselves appealing to prospective hook-ups, but they also must win over the viewers, whose votes will influence what happens on the island and will determine which couple walks away with the top prize of cash … and love, of course.
Actress and comedian Arielle Vandenberg hosts.
Love Island airs every weeknight at 8pm ET/PT through Aug. 7 and should at least keep titillation levels up until Bachelor in Paradise returns to ABC July 29.