island of love Fans can look forward to a double helping of the show next year as two seasons have been announced for 2023.
The programme, which is currently in its eighth season on ITV2, will start its next season in January.
Originally, island of love only aired between June and August. However, they introduced their first winter season in 2020 – the first edition to be hosted by Laura Whitmore.
In this second winter season, the villa promotion takes place in South Africa.
The show then returns to Mallorca in the summer for its traditional Season 10 slot.
As always, both seasons will feature crowd favorites like bombshell arrivals, surprise dumps and reunions, and the infamous Casa Amor as the boys and girls are tempted with new contestants while separated from their partners.
“island of love has once again proved to be the nation’s number one topic of conversation all summer long, and we are continually amazed by the show’s enduring impact and talkativeness with our younger audiences,” a spokesman for the series said in a statement.
“So instead of just serving up a Summer of Love, we thought we’d make 2023 the Year of Love with two full series of the show.”
So far, the show’s eighth season has been as popular as ever, with terms from each episode trending on social media every night. You can read The Independent‘s review of last night’s episode here.
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