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.
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The islanders play "Race To The Altar" and the winning couple scores a bonus night in The Hideaway; the four couples gather for a brunch and reflect on the relationships they've formed; the winners of Love Island are announced.
The episode was rated 6.21 from 24 votes.
Recapping the Islanders' first week at the villa coupling up and participating in sexy challenges.
The episode was rated 6.47 from 17 votes.
The summer of love is officially underway as the islanders arrive at their beautiful beachside Villa; it doesn't take long for them to couple up, but when a surprise islander moves in, someone might go home before they have time to unpack.
The episode was rated 6.58 from 89 votes.
Each islander gets a one-on-one chat with their family while also getting time to introduce the other half of their couple; the islanders' families are mostly approving and ready to welcome new faces into their homes, except Kyra's father.
The episode was rated 6.64 from 22 votes.
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.
The episode was rated 6.70 from 27 votes.
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?
The episode was rated 6.75 from 28 votes.
Kyra and Will struggle with the fact that Kyra's family is not 100% approving; the islanders enter couples therapy and ask questions while the others watch on and vote on if the responses are lies; the islanders say goodbye to one couple.
The episode was rated 6.78 from 27 votes.
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.
The episode was rated 6.81 from 27 votes.
Jeremy and Trina enjoy some alone time on a date. New Islander Aimee shakes things up as she enters the villa.
The episode was rated 6.83 from 30 votes.
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?
The episode was rated 6.86 from 28 votes.
Last updated: feb 06, 2023
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