What time is Love Island 2022 on tonight?

IT has been nine long months since we left Love Island but the new season has returned with more drama than ever.

Love Island graced our screens once again on Monday, June 6, 2022, for the latest series of the hit dating show.

What time is Love Island on tonight?

Love Island kicked off on Monday, June 6, 2022 on ITV2.

The show will air every night at 9pm.

The only episode that is different is Saturday, which is always a highlights show revealing unseen bits of the programme.

The first 11 contestants that will be heading into the villa were revealed in the first show.

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An insider told us before the latest series started: “This series is going to be the longest ever and it’s from a brand new location so it’s all very exciting.”

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Love Island, which first started in June 2015, is still a massive hit and is the most popular show for 16 to 34-year-olds.

Where is the 2022 Love Island villa?

Love Island relocated to a new villa in Majorca, Spain.

The show's executive producer revealed that the new space will have a secret camera free room for smokers to go.

This means any conversation had in this room will not be aired to the public.

The villa has a 20 metre pool as well as comfy day beds and a massive fire pit.

For five years the Love Island villa was in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar but this sold for an overwhelming £3million.

Majorca's villa is at the foot of a large hill and with lush greenery all around.

Pictures of the cosy villa were exclusively revealed by The Sun as tradesmen started work on the Love Island home.

Who is hosting Love Island 2022?

Laura Whitmore has returned to present the new series, after signing a £500,000 deal, despite rumours that she could be leaving.

Laura is married to Love Island narrator and comedian Iain Stirling.

Insiders told The Sun of her mega-money contract: "There has been lots of speculation that Laura might be stepping down, or that other presenters were being lined up for the role.

“Laura and show executives always hoped she would re-sign — it was just a case of making sure timings worked.

“She is excited to be going back to the villa and seeing what dramas unfold.”

Who is in the Love Island 2022 cast?

11 new contestants have entered the villa for a summer of love, including some who are already connected to other celebs.

The cast is varied when it comes to career, including a student, nanny, paramedic and hotel waitress.

Love Island 2022: Meet the islanders

Read all the latest Love Island news, gossip and exclusives

  • Meet the Love Island cast of 2022
  • Who is contestant Paige Thorne?
  • Who is deaf Islander Tasha Ghouri?
  • Meet Michael Owen's daughter Gemma
  • Amber Beckford will be looking to win the prize
  • Who is Indiyah Polack?
  • Meet Islander Davide Sanclimenti
  • Who is Nottingham's Ikenna Ekwonna?
  • Who is tattooed hunk Luca Bish?
  • Meet microbiologist Dami Hope
  • Andrew Le Page will look to scoop the prize
  • Who is Liam Llewellyn?
  • Take a look at the new-look Love Island villa

    All the latest Love Island news, gossip and exclusives

Coming into the villa includes:

  • Tasha Ghouri – Model & Dancer, 23
  • Gemma Owen – Business owner, 19
  • Amber Beckford – Nanny, 24
  • Indiyah Polack – Hotel waitress, 22
  • Paige Thorne – Paramedic, 24
  • Davide Sanclimenti – Business owner, 27
  • Ikenna Ekwonna – Pharmaceutical salesman, 23
  • Luca Bish – Fishmonger, 23
  • Dami Hope – Microbiologist, 26
  • Andrew Le Page – Estate agent, 27
  • Liam Llewellyn – Student, 22

How can I watch Love Island?

You can watch on ITV and ITV Hub.

The show airs from Sunday to Friday at 9pm on ITV2.

On Saturday nights, Iain Stirling narrates as viewers get a peek at unseen bits.

On Sunday nights at 10pm on ITV2 Laura will host Love Island: Aftersun after the main show.

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It will feature the latest gossip from the villa with input from a celebrity panel.

You will also be able to catch up on previous episodes from the series on ITV Hub.

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