What Time Is Love Island On Tonight?
18 January 2023, 16:20
Winter Love Island 2023 is finally here - but what time is it on ITV2?
Love Island 2023 has finally returned after what feels like forever after the winter edition of the series began on January 16.
Season 9 has seen Maya Jama take over hosting duties for the first time, taking over from Laura Whitmore - and fans are already obsessed with every outfit the host has been donning!
But exactly what time will Love Island be on TV tonight?
Here’s what you need to know…
What time does Love Island start?
Love Island is on TV every weeknight and Sundays at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
If you’re too late, you can always catch up on ITV2+1.
All episodes will also be available to catch up on via ITVX online.
Similarly to previous seasons, Love Island will be on TV every night apart from Saturdays, where instead a special ‘Unseen Bits’ episode will air in its place.
Meanwhile, spin-off show After Sun will be available to watch directly after Love Island's showing each Sunday night on ITV2 at 10pm.
Love Island 2022 finalist Indiyah Polack and Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson are joining host Maya as panellists on After Sun this year.
Why is Love Island on in January?
Love Island has returned this January for the first time since 2020 - which was the first of its kind and saw Paige Turley and Finn Tapp win.
Two series of Love Island were originally set to be released in 2020 with a winter and summer series, however, the summer edition was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
It was confirmed last year that 2023 would see the first year that two series will run, which has begun with the winter series this January in South Africa.
How long is Love Island on for?
Love Island typically lasts around eight weeks which means fans can expect to watch all the villa drama until March 2023.
Season 10 will then likely begin in June 2023, so we won't have to wait too long until the dating show is back on our screens in the summer!