Love Island's 2023 summer series has been given a premiere date.
And fans are going to want to get their branded water bottles out ASAP, because things are about to kick off very soon — Monday, June 5 at 9pm on ITV2 and ITX.
Maya Jama is back to host her first summer series, with the villa once again set in Mallorca. Maya will also be hosting spin-off show Love Island: Aftersun live from London, while Sam Thompson and Indiyah Polak are hosting the official podcast Love Island: The Morning After once more.
The synopsis teases that it will business as usual, with no apparent changes to the show's ratings-busting formula (for now, at least). It reads: "Returning to ITVX and ITV2 in June, the Islanders must do their best to flirt, date and couple up in a bid to avoid being 'dumped' from the island.
"With new arrivals, heads may turn, while others will prove their true feelings. From romance and heart-to-hearts, to betrayal, bombshells and broken hearts, there's never a dull moment in the ultimate search for love.
"More texts, fire pit gatherings and challenges await the lovestruck Islanders, meaning there'll be plenty for them to dish the dirt on in the Beach Hut.
"Twists and turns will follow every step of the way, with shock recouplings, unexpected breakups and dramatic dumpings. As the couples attempt to win the hearts of each other – and the public – one couple will ultimately triumph and be crowned Love Island winners for Summer 2023."
Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan ended up being crowned the winners of Love Island's 2023 winter series earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Maya recently announced a "legendary" career move, following in the footsteps of Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne by being named the global brand ambassador for Rimmel London.
Love Island returns to ITV2 and ITVX on Monday, June 5. Previous series are available via catch up on ITVX and BritBox.
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