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.
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Love Island - Love Island (2005 TV series) - Netflix
Love Island (originally Celebrity Love Island) is a British reality television programme that was aired on ITV. In the show, twelve single celebrities spent five weeks on an island in Fiji. It was originally presented by Patrick Kielty and Kelly Brook, with Fearne Cotton taking over as female host in the second series. The first series aired in the summer of 2005, and it was won by Jayne Middlemiss and Fran Cosgrave. The second series began in July 2006, dropping Celebrity from its name. It was won by Bianca Gascoigne and Calum Best. The theme tune for the first series was “Wish I”, performed by Jem. A specially-composed summer theme by Daniel Pemberton (later released under the title “From Fiji with Love”) was used for the second series. The show was axed in November 2006. On 13 February 2015, it was announced that Love Island would return on ITV2 in 2015. It was later announced that Caroline Flack would host the revived series, starting on 7 June 2015.
Love Island - Revival series - Netflix
On 13 February 2015, it was announced that a new revived show, also called Love Island, would air in summer 2015 on ITV2. ITV's Director of Digital and Acquisitions Angela Jain confirmed the revived show would be revamped and will see non-celebrity contestants compete to survive a public vote each week. The new series is hosted by Caroline Flack and produced for ITV2 by ITV Studios.
Love Island - References - Netflix