When does Love Island 2018 start? New series air date CONFIRMED!

When does Love Island begin on TV? Air date revealed
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Love Island 2018 is on its way and the start date has now been confirmed.

If you’ve been wondering when Love Island is back on TV for this summer, then wonder no more.

ITV2 have today officially confirmed the fourth season will begin on Monday, June 4.

The launch episode will air for over 90 minutes between 9PM and 10:35PM.

As in past years, the show will then continue each night at 9PM on ITV2.

Caroline Flack will be returning to host and narrator Iain Stirling will also be back.

As for how long this year’s Love Island will be on for, each series so far has lasted longer than the previous. 2017 was the biggest to date, lasting 43 days.

Rumour has it this year’s series could be the longest yet at two months, a week longer than last year.

Meanwhile, there are other rumours that plans are already underway to make the new series up a level.

Producers are said to be working on an epic new twist to start the series.

An insider told The Sun newspaper previously: “They’re planning on the season opener beginning with two big villas – just like they introduced midway through last series.

“And they want to throw in nearly double the amount of contestants to really stir things up.

“Planning is still in the early stages but what is for sure is that it’s going to be bigger than ever.”

A spokesperson for ITV insisted that no decisions had been made about the series.

As for the cast, no names have been officially announced yet but there have been rumours.

Dani Dyer has been tipped to join the show. The daughter of actor Danny Dyer had been taking part in new ITV2 reality show Survival Of The Fittest. However she was forced to leave after just one day, following an arm injury.

It’s been claimed that she could now join Love Island, made by the same people. A source said: “She is funny, sharp and sexy, in many ways she is the perfect Love Islander.”

Another name rumoured is Ethan Allen, the younger brother of last year’s Islander Gabby Allen.

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