Love Island Australia is returning to Australian screens in late 2022.
Based on the international Love Island franchise, the dating reality show features 'genetically blessed' single contestants who must couple up and stay together in order to win the hearts and votes of viewers, while living in an isolated luxury villa..
The fourth season of the Australian version is yet to be filmed, but the Nine Network announced that the instalment would be filmed in Mallorca, Spain later this year.
That location follows in the footsteps of the show’s first season, after filming Season 2 in Fiji and Season 3 in Byron Bay.
Sophie Monk will return as the show’s host, who will help lead the contestants through their turbulent challenges and all-important bombshell intrusions.
The winners of Love Island Australia will be determined by a public vote.
The contestants for Season 4 are yet to be announced, as applications are still open to star on the show.
So far, none of the Australian winning couples have survived in the outside world.
Unfortunately, Season 1 winners Grant Crapp and Tayla Damir broke up two weeks after the finale aired, Season 2's winning couple Anna McEvoy and Josh Packham split almost a year after their finale, and Season 3 winners Tina Provis and Mitch Hibberd called it quits in February 2022, shortly after the season finale in November 2021.
Whilst the release date for Season 4 has yet to be determined, it is expected to be between November to December 2022.
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