The heat was turned up with Peacock’s Love Island USA official trailer release. Love Island Season 4 promises some extra spice for this summer. The new season is showcased on the Peacock Original streaming platform and is scheduled to release on July 19, 2022. Fans are ready to see the new, sizzling challenges. The singles are transported to a gorgeous island in search of romance but they are faced with twists around every corner. The islanders get the vacation of a lifetime while they compete for love and money. Season 4 is expected to be even naughtier than usual. On the beautiful island, guests will be joined by a fun, new host, Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland. She will replace Arielle Vandenberg when Love Island USA shifts to the new Peacock streaming platform.
Season 4’s Hottie Host
Sarah Hyland joins the show this season and says she is, “so, so excited” to be the host. The challenges aren’t the only thing that is sizzling this season. Insider USA discussed that Hyland confirmed she will join the hit reality series with an Instagram photo of her on a boat in a red bikini. Sarah Hyland is no stranger to reality TV, or at least by close association. She is engaged to Wells Adams. Adams is known for starring in The Bachelorette, and Bachelor In Paradise. After elimination from Bachelor In Paradise, he returned as the hotel bartender.
E! News reported Hyland said in their exclusive, “He always shares a lot with me during the process of BiP,” and she continued, “It’s a lot of unpredictability, you just have to roll with the punches and just be patient and observant and have kindness for everyone.” Wells Adams can be a bit of a jokester, but the couple seems likely to be on their way to the altar in the near future. Both personalities seem great for the reality TV scene and even better together.
E! News Exclusive Information
E! News and Peacock are both part of the NBCUniversal family. E! News offered an exclusive interview with Sarah Hyland. In E!’s exclusive video preview they tease, “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a wild ride.” Viewers witness a busload of ordinary people enter the biggest party of their lives. They are delivered to Love Island to embrace the destination’s competition toward love and $100,000.
Fans can gear up for another scandalous season heading to screens later this month. Love Island Season 4 premieres on Tuesday, July 19 at 9 ET/PT on Peacock. The premiere will also air at 10:05 p.m. ET/PT on USA Network. It is unknown if the rest of the season will air on television. This leaves fans a few weeks to binge any past episodes before the new season arrives on screens. If that doesn’t quench your appetite, there is more Love Island on the horizon as well for 2023.
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