ITV2's New Show Killer Camp Already Branded 'Better Than Love Island'
Viewers have said that ITV2's new reality TV show Killer Camp is already better than everyone's all time favourite TV show Love Island - after just two nights.
The concept of the show is similar to Love Island except there's a murder mystery theme - obviously not actual murder, although that too could make for interesting viewing.
The series began last night and is on every night until Halloween, and if you've ever seen American Horror Story: 1984 - it's got that kind of thing going on.
Episode one saw 11 contestants dropped off at a lakeside lodge, thinking they'd signed up for a summer style reality TV show like Love Island. They quickly realised that they were horribly mistaken, when they were told that there was a 'secret murderer' among them.
The other ten contestants then have to try and work out who the killer is before they get caught and the longer the others survive, the more cash they win.
Two of the 11 were 'murdered' in the first episode alone, and it's not confirmed whether or not more will enter the camp.
Last night, 26-year-old male nanny Feargal and 23-year-old pianist Nurry left the game, with viewers loving the new twist on the classic Love Island style format.
One Twitter user posted: "Really enjoying #KillerCamp so far. This concept is right up my street, and great Sunday night viewing."
Another said: "Oh my god, #KillerCamp is the most ridiculous show I've seen in ages. What a laugh."
A third replied: "Watching #KillerCamp and it's a brilliant idea! We were addicted to the Zombie apocalypse show which I'm gutted they haven't brought back @bbcthree thankfully @ITV have made a killer camp style where contestants have to survive. Awesome #Halloween."
Some of the contestants still left include 22 year-old Eleanor and 19-year-old Holly, a barista from York.
From the preview for tonight and what people are saying on Twitter, it looks like Eleanor is a main suspect.
Killer Camp continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.
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