Love Island - Netflix

Love Island (originally Celebrity Love Island) is a daily British reality television programme. In the show, twelve single celebrities spent five weeks on an island in Fiji. Viewers would vote for the couple they would like to see in the "love shack" where the two would get to know one another better. In the first series, each week viewers voted celebrities off the island, but in the second, the inhabitants had the final say. The identities of those being kicked out were revealed in the elimination episodes. The prize for the final couple left standing was £50,000. The second series also featured the inhabitants having to cook and clean up after themselves to fight the appearance that they were just there for a free holiday.

Love Island - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2005-05-16

Love Island - Love Island (series 1) - Netflix

The first series of Love Island began on 7 June 2015 with a live special of the show hosted by Caroline Flack on ITV2, and ended on 15 July 2015. It is the first from the revived series, but third overall. The series was narrated by Iain Stirling. The series aired every night of the week except Friday, however the Saturday episode was used as a weekly catch-up entitled “Love Island: The Weekly Hot List” rather than a nightly highlights episode. The average viewers for this series was 570,000. On 15 July 2015 the series was won by Jess Hayes and Max Morley, with Hannah Elizabeth and Jon Clark as runners-up. Islander Jon Clark later went onto appear as a cast member in The Only Way Is Essex, whilst both Josh Ritchie and Max Morley made appearances in Ex on the Beach. After finishing in fourth place, Cally and Luis became the first couple to have a baby as they welcomed their first child in May 2017.

Love Island - Weekly summary - Netflix

The main events in the Love Island villa are summarised in the table below.

Love Island - References - Netflix