The Love Island fad began back in 2015 when host Caroline Flack invited hot British singles to Casa Amor to find their life partners. While not every love story has a fairy-tale ending, fans just can't resist the juicy drama served up by the reality series. The Love Island fever spread like wildfire, sparking several spinoffs and multiple international versions.
Believe it or not, at least 24 countries have their own versions of Love Island, and the U.S. jumped on the bandwagon in 2019 with its own version on CBS (though it's since moved to Peacock).
Now, enter Love Island: All-Stars, bringing together contestants from the U.K. edition. Folks in the U.S. who've binge-watched the first 10 seasons on Hulu are practically bursting with anticipation to catch the All-Stars edition. So, when's it hitting the streaming platform? Read on to find out!
'Love Island: All-Stars' is making a switch from Hulu to Peacock!
If you were crossing your fingers to stream the hit U.K. reality dating series on Hulu, we hate to break it to you — it's a no-go! But don't fret because Peacock is now the exclusive U.S. streaming home for Love Island: All-Stars.
The first three episodes premiere exclusively on Peacock beginning Monday, January 29. After that, the wildly popular show will air new episodes six days a week. Who's counting down with us?!
The cast of 'Love Island: All-Stars' features several familar faces.
While we've grown accustomed to America's Love Island franchise, the British franchise has over 10 seasons to pull from, which means we might see some slightly older singletons at Casa Amor. From Season 1, Hannah Elizabeth, who's now 30 years old, and Luis Morrison, who's now 29 years old, are making their big comebacks.
Some other cast members are definitely there to shake things up. 29-year-old Georgia Harrison is returning after her Season 3 debut, although her reality television debut was actually in 2014 in The Only Way Is Essex. 25-year-old Georgia Steel is also back from Season 4 with her "I'm loyal, babe" catchphrase. And we can't forget Season 7's favorite couple, Toby Aromolaran and Kaz Kamwi, who are both back on the island.
American viewers might recognize Liberty Poole, who competed in Peacock's Love Island Games. Now, she's back after her Season 7 stint on the U.K.'s Love Island. While All-Stars is definitely an all-star season for British viewers, we can't wait for a season that mixes up contestants from all over the world!