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Love Island All Stars is delivering the goods on ITV but when does it officially finish? And when is the final? Here's all the details you need to know.
Molly Smith and Callum Jones's messy break up, Georgia Steel's love dramas and a cast full of old Love Island stars desperate for love - All Stars has certainly delivered on the drama front this 2024.
And if viewing figures and social media is anything to go by, the ITV show filmed in South Africa has had a lot of us hooked to our TV screens every evening - but when does it actually finish?
Love Island typically lasts around eight weeks, however, as this is an All Stars version, and producers have already confirmed there's no Casa Amor, the final will be a little bit sooner than we hoped.
Here's the dates you need for your diary as we look at how long our favourite dating show is on for and when the all-important final is.
With the drama at an all-time high, viewers will be sad to hear this winter series will be a lot shorter than usual with a run time of just five weeks.
As there is a summer version, producers worried it would be "overkill" and therefore reduced the amount of weeks they would be filming for.
With Love Island on for a shorter amount of time too, this means key parts to the show are being scrapped, like Casa Amor, with new twists and turns along the way.
Love Island All Stars fans will be sad to hear the final is a matter of days away as ITV has confirmed it all finishes on February 19th.
Couples heading into the final at the moment include Sophie Piper and Josh Ritchie, Molly Smith and Tom Clare, Georgia S and Toby, Georgia Harrison and Anton Danyluk, Callum Jones and Jess Gale and Arabella and Adam Maxted.
Watch Love Island All Stars on ITV2 at 9pm.