When people think about falling in love on a reality TV show, Love Island is typically one of the first shows to come to mind. Originally, Love Island has been hosted in the UK. Now, it’s on its fourth season in the USA. The fact that participants on Love Island USA must compete against each other in games and challenges is what makes the show so enjoyable to watch.
Young adults must decide who they want to connect with on a deeper level, despite the many temptations they might face with new, attractive arrivals on the island. When does Love Island USA Season 4 come to an end? Here’s what fans should know about the finale.
When is 'Love Island USA' Season 4’s finale?
The official Wiki page for Love Island USA Season 4 states that the finale will air on Aug. 28, 2022. A Reddit thread has also been created to discuss Season 4 and its fast-approaching timeline. The news bums out some fans of the show because they were hoping for a longer season filled with more drama... and more chances of concrete relationships forming.
One Redditor wrote, “Damn, how are they supposed to form viable connections after having a max of three weeks together…? USA needs to have a longer season (like the UK) if they want to actually have any successful couples."
Someone else wrote, “It’s supposed to be 40 episodes, why is it ending with like 30?"
Another person responded to that comment by saying, “That is what I thought as well. I feel like the US version still has not learned from previous seasons. Is it a cost issue? Because between the shortened season and the lack of life premiering, it seems like Peacock hasn’t learned anything from the CBS version…”
Keep in mind that Love Island USA has relocated from CBS to Peacock for its fourth season. Many fans obviously aren’t impressed with the length of the season on its new network.
What’s to be expected during the finale of 'Love Island USA' Season 4?
There’s a lot to look out for by the time Love Island USA Season 4 comes to an end. One of the things keeping fans interested is the debate over which couples are going to make it beyond the end of the show.
Some of the most interesting couples who have linked up so far include Courtney Boerner and Bryce Fins, Sydney Paight and Isaiah Campbell, and Deb Chubb and Jesse Bray. There’s also Mady McLanahan and Jared Hassim, Nadjha Day and Jeff Christian, and Zeta Morrison and Timmy Pandolfi.
Viewers can’t forget about Katherine “Kat” Gibson and Chazz Bryant either. Some of these individuals joined the cast of the show for publicity, social media exposure, and 15 minutes of fame.
Other individuals joined the cast of the show because they were truly in pursuit of finding their perfect match. By the time this season comes to an end, it will be clear which couples were really willing to make it work for the long haul.