When does Love Island finish, why isn’t it on every night and how long is the 2019 series?

LOVE Island is going to be dominating our lives for the next eight weeks as the current batch try and make through to the grand final.

To make sure you are fully up to speed with all things series five, here is all you need to know about how to keep up with all the new Love Island 2019 content hitting your TV screens.

Love Island 2019
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There are going to be eight glorious weeks of Love Island goodness this year[/caption]

How long does Love Island run for?

Like 2018, the show is likely to last eight weeks, which means the fifth series will be a full week longer than the 2017 series.

And it will be two weeks longer than the series’ that aired in series one and two. Lucky us!

This means the grand final will most likely take place on Monday July 29, 2019.

Lucie Donlan and Joe Garrett have started off as the favourites to win the show after becoming one of the first couples of the series. But time will tell.

Caroline Flack on Love Island 2019
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Caroline Flack is still the hostess with the mostess for the popular ITV2 series[/caption]

What is The Weekly Hot List?

On Saturdays Love Island is replaced by the companion show The Weekly Hot List, which fills the same time slot.

The weekly round-up gives viewers a recap on everything that’s gone on in the villa that week, from fall-outs to flirtations – and maybe some unseen footage!

If you are unfortunate enough to miss an episode or just want to rewatch your favourite bits episode, they will be available to catch up on the ITV player.

Caroline Flack, who has presented Love Island since it returned to TV in 2015, is once again joined by voice-over artist Iain Stirling.

When can I watch Love Island on ITV2?

Summer has definitely arrived as Love Island has FINALLY landed on our TV screens!

Series five kicked off on Monday, June 3, 2019, at 9pm with a bumper launch show and the first couplings.

You’ll be able to get your fix of the show every night on ITV2 where the main programme will give us the lowdown on all the goings-on in the villa – from couples cracking on to singletons getting mugged off.

 

If that’s not enough, you can also watch Caroline Flack’s spin off show Aftersun on Sunday nights at 10pm after the main show has aired, where she discusses the latest action with celebrity guests, as well as those eliminated from the villa.

Who will be this year’s winning couple? Stay tuned!

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