Love Island returned to ITV2 last night for the final time in 2018.
The special reunion show aired last night at 9PM on the channel, a week after the final.
An average audience of 1.6 million tuned in to the show on Sunday evening.
In the Reunion special, Caroline Flack was joined by all the islanders from across the series as we got all the gossip from the Isle of Love and found out if love is still blooming outside of the villa.
Ahead of the show, the final four couples went out and about back in their home towns introducing their other halves to their loved ones.
Dani had a lovely welcome home from all her friends at her local she used to work while Jack took Dani back to his work place to meet all his work colleagues and showed her the salesman ropes.
Paul had a trip to the kilt shop in Stirling before Laura took Paul back to her roots to show him beautiful Scotland. Meanwhile, Wes took Megan home to meet all his family and friends and they threw a welcome home BBQ. Megan also took Wes back home to Southend to check out the sights and spend a day at the seaside.
Meanwhile in last night’s ratings, the latest episode of Unforgotten had 3.8 million viewers on ITV following a repeat of Midsomer Murders which averaged 1.7 million.
On BBC One, Antiques Roadshow was the most watched show with 4.6 million viewers. Before, Countryfile averaged 3.8 million while afterwards, Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant film Florence Foster Jenkins interested 2.7 million.
On Channel 5, following the sad death of Barry Chuckle, Chuckle Time averaged 500,000 viewers.