When does Love Island 2017 start? All you need to know about Season 3

Love Island air date revealed

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Love Island 2017 is here but when does it start? Here's all you need to know about the launch.

It's season 3 of Love Island this summer and what promises to be the sexiest series ever kicks off soon.


When does Love Island 2017 start on TV?

The Love Island 2017 season 3 air date has now been confirmed for Monday, June 5 on ITV2.

The opener will run between 9PM and 10PM before the show continues weeknights at 9PM.

The ultimate game of love is back as Love Island, one of TV’s most talked about entertainment shows, makes its hotly anticipated return to ITV2.

Get ready for the heat wave as Caroline Flack introduces viewers to a fresh batch of sexy singletons all in search of the summer of their lives, with passion, romance and drama from the outset.

This time round the Love Islanders will be living in a brand new villa, a luxury paradise that will play host to the love and lust as the temperatures are raised and the pulses race faster than ever before.

To remain in their spectacular sun kissed surroundings, the Islanders will have to couple up, winning the hearts of each other and the public, who will ultimately decide who stays on Love Island.

This year’s series will be accompanied by a weekly live studio show in the UK, Love Island: Aftersun, which will keep Love Island on everyone’s lips throughout the summer.


Each SUNDAY night, Caroline Flack will be joined by a panel of different celebrity guests each week, with the show offering viewers first reaction to the goings on in the villa, exclusive interviews with dumped islanders, and all the gossip from the sauciest and sexiest series to date.

Meanwhile contestants will be braced for a bombshell whenever Caroline drops in – she will be appearing in the villa throughout the series to deliver shock announcements and surprise twists that are guaranteed to test relationships in the islanders’ passion-fuelled paradise to the max.

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