Peacock has renewed Love Island USA for two additional seasons.
The show — which the streamer says is its No. 1 original reality series — follows a group of singles searching for love in a villa, but throughout their stay in a tropical oasis, Islanders face challenges, surprises, “bombshells” and more twists and turns.
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Following the finale of Love Island USA‘s season five, which aired this past summer, the show’s executive producer Simon Thomas told The Hollywood Reporter that the goal is for the Islanders and the audience to “feel like the best summer vacation of all time” with “a little bit of drama along the way.”
When asked what he’d learned from season five that he would possibly change for future seasons, Thomas said at the time, “I would imagine that there will be things next year that you will see, which will surprise you, much like there were this year, as we try out a bunch of new stuff and maybe some of it sticks and some of it doesn’t, but we’ll see.”
The renewal also comes ahead of the finale Monday of the franchise’s first-ever spinoff, Love Island Games, which brought fan-favorite Islanders from the U.K., U.S., Australia and beyond for a second chance at love.
Love Island USA is produced by ITV Entertainment. Thomas, David George, Adam Sher, Ben Thursby-Palmer, Andy Cadman, Iona Mackenzie, Sophie Bush and Claudine Parrish served as executive producers for season five, alongside Tom Gould, Richard Cowles, Mike Spencer, Richard Foster and Chet Fenster.
Seasons four and five of Love Island USA are currently streaming on Peacock, as well as season one of Love Island Games.
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