What Time Is Love Island All Stars On Tonight?
15 January 2024, 12:32
Love Island: All Stars begins tonight – here’s when the new series airs and what time we can catch it on TV.
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ITV Love Island: All Stars, which will see former iconic Islanders and memorable bombshells return for a second chance at love, months ago and the time has finally come for the brand new spin-off to begin.
The contestants have been confirmed and the line-up is hotter than ever with some iconic cast members and bombshells set for a return, including Luis Morrison, Georgia Steel, Kaz Kamwi and Georgia Harrison.
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Here’s what you need to know about Love Island: All Stars’ start date and the time it’s on.
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When does Love Island: All Stars start?
Love Island: All Stars begins on Monday 15th January at 9pm on ITV and ITVX. Each episode will be available to stream on ITVX as they air on TV.
The Islanders will be in the villa for around five weeks, however, a shorter run time due to the different format of the show. This means Casa Amor has been axed for this series.
It comes after the success of Love Island Games, which saw Islanders Jack Fowler, Megan Barton Hanson and Curtis Pritchard return. It aired for three weeks and was pre-recorded in Fiji in September, airing in November.
What time is Love Island: All Stars on?
Love Island: All Stars will start at 9pm on Monday 15th January. The first episode could be longer than an hour as we're reintroduced to all the returning Islanders, but episodes typically go on for an hour.
The show will air every night except Saturdays.
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