Love Island Season 11: Everything We Know

The much-anticipated 11th season of British reality television show, Love Island, is set to premiere in early June. This launch comes three months after the inaugural season of Love Island: All Stars and nearly a year following the release of the 10th season of Love Island. As fans anxiously count down the days, here’s a compilation of every key detail to know about the upcoming season.

Launch Date

Mark your calendars for Monday, June 3 at 9 pm GMT, 4 pm EST and 1 pm PST, when season 11 of Love Island kicks off.

Love Island Season 11 Cast

The line-up for Love Island season 11 remains under wraps for the time being, but fans should expect the introduction of new islanders a week prior to the new season’s air date. This schedule for the cast reveal has been the norm, evident from the leadup to the Love Island: All Stars season earlier this year.

Love Island Plot Expectations

As per usual, season 11 promises an array of astral Love Island drama. The show will continue filming in sunny Mallorca, delivering a mix of fireside chats, cheeky terrace escapades, dramatic recouplings, shocking dumpings, scandalous games, and surprising bombshells. Notably, the premiere episode will air simultaneously on ITV1, ITV2, and ITVX.

Unveiled by Digital Spy, the spin-off, Aftersun will be returning for live episodes every Sunday from the premiere date, hosted by Maya Jama. She will be joined by Sam Thompson and Indiyah Polack. Also, Indiyah, Amy Hart, and Chris Taylor will present the daily The Morning After podcast from Tuesday to Saturday after the season 11 premiere.

Trailer Release

The producers of Love Island have not yet released an official trailer for season 11, though it should be arriving within the next week, akin to the official cast list.

Love Island Season 11 Episode Schedule

Starting June 3, fans can catch new episodes of Love Island every day until the season finale. From Sunday through Friday, fresh episodes will update viewers on the happenings inside the villa. Meanwhile, a compilation of the ‘Unseen Bits’ from the preceding week will air every Saturday.

How to Watch Love Island Season 11

The premiere episode of Love Island season 11 will be simulcast on ITV1, ITV2, STV, and ITVX, on Monday, June 3. Subsequent episodes of Love Island: All Stars will continue to air six days a week on ITV2 and ITVX.

Wrapping Up

Prepare for another exciting season filled with love, drama, and sun as Love Island season 11 premieres on the ITV1, ITV2, and ITVX channels on June 3rd at 9pm GMT/4pm EST/1pm PST. For more Love Island content and entertainment updates, head over to HitPlay.

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