new season oflove island For the first time since 2020, the winter edition of the reality show will return.
The show usually airs on long, light-filled, sweltering summer nights, but this time viewers may be watching it under a blanket with a warm drink.
This is only the second winter edition of an ITV2 show that has not aired since 2020 due to Covid restrictions. Maya Jama as the show’s new host.
From when the new season airs to how it differs from the summer version, here’s everything you need to know…
When is the winter issue of love island start?
new season of love island It will start on Monday, January 16, 2023 at 9:00 PM on ITV2.
It airs every night from Sunday to Friday. invisible bit Broadcast every Saturday, spin-off series after sun After every Sunday show.
How long will the series last?
Winter editions are expected to be about the same length as the summer series, typically eight weeks. This means you can expect the finals to air in mid-March.
How is the winter series different from the summer series?
Big difference from the winter version love island It was filmed in Cape Town, South Africa, not Mallorca, Spain.
Reports say the property, with views of Table Mountain, is worth over £5 million and features an Olympic-sized pool, rugby field, zipline, 400-metre running track and a private lake.
Said to have 17 bedrooms, it was named Ludus Magnus after an ancient school of gladiators in Rome.
This season is also Maya Jama’s first to host (taking over from Laura Whitmore).
For the first time, participants’ socials will be put on hiatus while they are in their villas to prevent “negative effects of social media”.
And in another unprecedented move by the show’s boss, viewers will have the chance to choose the first male or female bombshell to enter the villa.
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