When Is The Love Island 2022 Final?
18 July 2022, 13:46 | Updated: 18 July 2022, 14:58
ITV2 are getting ready to bring an epic series to a close as they confirm the official Love Island 2022 final - so who will win?
Love Island 2022 bosses have delivered when it comes to the ITV2 show this year with some claiming it's the best year yet.
They've delivered one hot bombshell after another (no one could have predicted the return of Adam Collard), one epic Casa Amor recoupling and of course, a movie night most of this year's contestants want to forget.
But after weeks of watching the relationships of the cast unfold, from Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page, to Gemma Owen and Luca Bish, the fun is beginning to come to an end as the Love Island 2022 final approaches.
With an official date from ITV2 confirmed, it's time to start thinking about who your favourite couple is and who deserves to be in those top four couples.
Here's everything you need to know about the Love Island final this year from date, time, what they win and just how long we've been watching the villa for.
When is the Love Island 2022 final?
The Love Island series eight final has been confirmed to take place on Monday 1 August, a matter of days away! The final episode usually runs a little longer than usual, from 9pm - 10.35pm.
During the last episode, the remaining couples will fight for first, second, third and fourth place amid a public vote as an audience and Laura enter the villa for the final showdown.
Once the winning couple are announced, one will win £50,000 and will face the decision whether to split the prize money or not .
Last year's winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon, who are no longer together, split the cash.
And fans won't have to wait long for their villa fix after ITV2 confirmed Love Island will return in the winter for a season set in South Africa, just like they did in 2020.
See the new 2022 Love Island Villa
How long is Love Island 2022 on for?
Just like with previous series, Love Island series eight will last for eight weeks as confirmed by host Laura Whitmore herself.
Airing on ITV2 every night from 9pm, that's a lot of Love Island hours.