Love Island 2023 will return with two more exciting series. Fans can’t get enough of the dating show. It already came back strong earlier this month with high ratings. The show already has a spinoff series called Aftersun, which is a weekly show that features the moments that everyone can’t stop talking about.
ITV2 is planning to expand the reality show with even more shows. The network just confirmed two new series, including one filmed in South Africa. It’s unclear whether that show will only air in its native country, or if it also can be watched from around the world.
Love Island UK producers confirm two new series
Due to the ongoing success of Love Island, there are two new series in the works. Both of them will premiere in 2023. The winter version of the hit summer show will kick off on New Year’s Day with a new crop of Love Islanders camping out at a villa in South Africa. ITV announced the new series and revealed that they will be looking for love in the “villa of their dreams.”
This will satisfy fans who can’t get enough of Love Island. They will only have to wait a few more months to check out the new show. The regular summer series will return to the Majorca villa in 2023 for another eight weeks. The executive producers thought it was a good idea to roll out two new series with the increased popularity of the show that’s watched around the world.
“Love Island has once again proved itself to be the nation’s favorite talking point across the summer,” Paul Mortimer, director of reality commissioning and controller of ITV2, told The Sun. “So, rather than just serving up a Summer of Love, we thought we’d make 2023 the Year of Love with two full series of the show.”
ITV2 series continues to dominate global demand
Love Island is not only popular in the UK, but it’s also explored in popularity around the world. Even fans on the stateside love watching the show. It continues to dominate conversations and trending topics on social media. Many happy relationships and marriages have contributed to the OG series.
No wonder it’s led to the spin-off of Love Island US. The latest episode was streamed over 7.5 million times and the whole series itself has been streamed over 74 million times — and counting. Last year saw a major boost with celebrity offspring Antigoni Buxton and Gemma Owen. The series has been a hit with viewers between 16 and 34 years old.
What are your thoughts on watching more Love Island? Are you excited about the two new series coming to ITV2? Do you watch the US version? Sound off below in the comment section.
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