Love Island Reunion 2020: Will There Be A Coming Out Show?
2 March 2020, 11:27 | Updated: 2 March 2020, 12:19
Now that Love Island winter 2020 has come to an end, fans want to know if the cast – including winners Paige Turley and Finn Tapp – will get back together for the usual reunion show.
And while some of the cast have reunited since leaving the villa in South Africa, fans are keen to know whether there will be an official coming out reunion show, which typically sees the finalists bring their partners to their family homes to meet their friends and family
Will there be a Love Island winter 2020 reunion show?
According to reports, the reunion show for the Love Island winter 2020 cast was never planned to go ahead, so while some viewers fear it was 'cancelled' it was apparently never something producers had in the schedule.
Given the summer series will kick off at the end of May, ITV2 have a lot of preparation in organising the next 2020 season, including finding new contestants and giving the villa in Mallorca a refresh.
One story claims: "ITV insists it wasn't cancelled because there were never any plans for it to happen this year."
What is the Love Island reunion show?
Reunion shows in the past have seen all of the contestants from that year's series head to the ITV studios in London for a catch-up show, similar to the format of Aftersun, but with each of the finalists given a sit-down chat with the show’s host one week after returning home.
All of the contestants, including each and every bombshell, would also make an appearance, quizzed on their antics from within the villa.
Capital has contacted an ITV2 spokesperson to provide a comment.
Meanwhile, fans are taking to Twitter to beg Love Island producers for a reunion show.
When does the Love Island reunion typically air on TV?
If there would have been a reunion show, it would likely have taken place one week after Love Island wrapped – if producers decided to follow the same format as previous series.
This would mean it would have aired on Sunday 1 March.
While there was no mention of the follow-up programme, Laura Whitmore did confirm applications for the summer 2020 series are now open when the winter series wrapped.