Love IslandJuly. 09,2019 TV-MA
American version of the British dating reality competition in which ten singles come to stay in a villa for a few weeks and have to couple up with one another. Over the course of those weeks, they face the public vote and might be eliminated from the show. Other islanders join and try to break up the couples.
Seasons & Episode
Host Arielle Vandenberg and narrator Matthew Hoffman return with even more love and romance this summer as LOVE ISLAND escapes the desert and heads back to the beach. Islanders will couple up on the sundrenched Hawaiian Island where they will be ready for more texts, fireside ceremonies, challenges and friendships. And, as always viewers can vote on the Love Island app all season long, having input on who goes on dates, who's at risk from being dumped from the Island and who are fan favorites.
Things are heating up for the Islanders! The boys and girls rock their sexiest Regency era costumes as they kiss and tell during the season's first challenge: Whistleblower.
Jeremy and Trina enjoy some alone time on a date. New Islander Aimee shakes things up as she enters the villa.
Emotions run high as Aimee turns more than one boys head. Host Arielle Vandenberg shocks the Islanders when she returns to the Villa to announce the seasons first Recoupling.
After choosing Trina, Cinco has a hard time talking to Cashay. Cashay feels disrespected by both Trina and Cinco and puts up necessary barriers. Our new Islanders choose what boys they want to take out on a date and at night the Islanders play a steamy game of Unboxed.
After the events of the previous night's recoupling, our Islanders welcome new boy Isaiah into the Villa. With Shannon and Josh's relationship sitting in rocky territory, Isaiah makes his interest in her known immediately. The Cashay, Cinco, and Trina love triangle gets even more complicated as the girls wonder: When will Cinco make a decision?
After last night's Kissing Booth game, the Islanders can't help but acknowledge the rise in tensions of all kinds. Cinco spends more time mulling over his decision between Cashay and Trina and tries not to get distracted by Lei-Yen, one of the three new Islanders to join the Villa.
After an emotionally exhausting past few days, the Islanders get to relax and have fun with a new challenge, "All Lubed Up." Important talks and last minute efforts all lead up to the night's recoupling ceremony hosted by Arielle Vandenberg. Which girls will have the chance to keep looking for love and which will get dumped from the island?
At the height of the double elimination fallout, we drop a couple of bombshells, as two new boys join the villa.
After last night's recoupling, Florita makes a point to let Korey know where her feelings are. Olivia and Cashay agree to go for the gold and get their man, all pride aside. After a round of "Mr. & Mrs." the couples may realize they don't know each other all that well.
The next Recoupling of the season is here and with the Ceremony quickly approaching, Islanders make their final efforts to lock down a place in the Villa. Cashay struggles with being a deciding factor, Aimee has her best interest at heart, and Florita finally comes to a decision between Islanders Korey and Jeremy.
Operation Heart Attack is the talk of The Villa as Cashay and Olivia confess their long harboured feelings to Cinco and Will respectively. Will words alone be enough to sway the boys into their arms? As if there wasn't enough to think about, the Islanders are put on the chopping block with a shocking visit from Arielle Vandenberg for a sudden elimination.
Thankful for the distraction after a tough night, the Islanders give their all in a battle of the sexes in "The Love Island Games." And the action doesn't stop there! Our favorite love triangle is still at work as Cinco tries to figure out what side of him he likes better: The side that's in a couple with Trina or The side that wants to couple with Cashay.
The Recoupling left our Islanders a little worse for wear and it doesn't look like they're catching a break anytime soon. Kyra questions how much she can trust Will after a confession of what he was up to when she was away at Casa Amor. Cinco puts an end to the love triangle and makes his feelings for Cashay known. Trina tries to cope with another lost love.
The Villa could use a good pick-me-up and it gets just that in the form of Smooch, Marry, Pie, the game our Islanders will play to get to know each other even better. The boys dish about the new girls and the vibe they bring to the Villa and the night time hangout brings new tensions.
Our Islanders find resolutions to last night's drama and take the new day to move on. Cashay and Cinco gain some added tension between them before Cashay settles on a final decision and Cinco admits that if he doesn't have Cashay, he's not going to force any new relationships. At night, the Islanders have fun letting loose with "Hearts on Fire" as they get to strip for each other and see who gets whose heart racing. Arielle Vandenberg returns for another elimination round which, of course, sparks different tensions and raises emotions throughout The Villa. Shannon and Will express their true feelings towards one another and three new girls pull their top two boys for a late night dinner date.
Though their romance is somewhat new, Olivia starts to worry about losing Korey to new Islander, Bailey. Kyra lets the girls know where they should stand when it comes to her relationship with Will and Alana and Elly pick up and something being off between Cashay and Charlie.
After her date with Andre, Olivia starts to feel torn between him and Korey - a fact that excites Islander Bailey. A panic settles over The Villa when Korey gets a text about the upcoming Recoupling and when Cashay tries to get a straight answer from Charlie he only works to confuse her more by confessing an "infatuation" towards Alana. At the Recoupling that night, shocking decisions are made and one Islanders says a final goodbye to Love Island.