“Love Island: All Stars,” a by-product of ITV’s “Love Island” format, has been confirmed by the U.Okay. broadcaster’s chiefs.
“Love Island” is a British relationship recreation present format that has been on U.Okay. broadcaster ITV since 2015. The spinoff will see contributors from earlier seasons enterprise again into the South African villa the place it’s set for a second probability at discovering love. “Love Island: All Stars” will bow within the new yr. It’s produced by Lifted Leisure, a part of ITV Studios, and GroupM Movement Leisure.
The present’s peak years have been from 2017 to 2019, when every episode would pull some 3.5 million viewers. Nevertheless, the latest iteration noticed linear scores plummet. It made a restoration with the finale, which was essentially the most watched program for 16-34s on any channel and the collection garnered 1.4 billion video views throughout all platforms. It amassed some 300 million streams on ITVX.
Mike Spencer, artistic director at Lifted Leisure, mentioned: “It has been rumored now for some time however we’re thrilled to lastly affirm that we’re making ‘Love Island: All Stars’ early subsequent yr for ITV2 and ITVX. It’s set to be a should watch collection seeing a few of your favourite Islanders from throughout the years heading again to the gorgeous South African villa to as soon as once more ‘graft’ as their seek for love continues. I merely can’t wait.”
Paul Mortimer, director of actuality commissioning and acquisitions and controller, ITV2, ItvBe added: “After 10 scores busting seasons of ‘Love Island’ on ITV2, we’re delighted to have the ability to rejoice a decade of the primary relationship present on tv with the primary ever collection of ‘Love Island: All Stars.’ Set in our luxurious South African villa, I do know the viewers will welcome again among the most iconic U.Okay. Islanders, as they set out in pursuit of affection another time in a model new model of our worldwide hit.”
Martin Oxley, head of codecs and leisure at GroupM Movement Leisure mentioned: “Movement is happy with its lengthy partnership with Love Island, and may consider no higher approach to rejoice this milestone alongside Lifted and ITV than occurring a date with our most-loved and longed-for Islanders.”
“Love Island: All Stars” will air on ITV2 and ITVX in early 2024.