Love Island 2017 could be set for a follow up show this autumn

Caroline Flack (Love Island 2018)

Love Island 2017 is in talks to air a 'Where are they now?' show this autumn.

With the final of the latest series airing live on Monday, plans are already afoot to keep track of the Islanders once they leave the villa.

According to The Sun newspaper, talks are ongoing for a spin-off follow up show to air later this year to see which couples are still together and who's been dumped.

A source explained: “Each of the couples have already been pushed to the limits in a very false environment and once they’re back home, they will have more time to themselves away from the camera.

“There are already discussions behind the scenes as to doing a follow-up series later this year where viewers can see if islanders have stayed together at home – and whether they’re following in the footsteps of last year’s couples like Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen.

“It’s a no brainer for Love Island bosses to do a follow-up as the show has been a runaway success and everyone’s desperate to see more of their favourite couples.”

It wouldn't be the first Love Island spin-off.

Last year saw a one-off show a week after the final called Heading Home which promised to dish all the dirt on what happened when the Islanders got dumped from paradise, following the contestants as they returned to the UK.

Capturing all of the action and aftermath as each Islander packed their bags and jets back to blighty, Heading Home featured exclusive interviews and reactions from the evicted Islanders and some of their nearest and dearest.

For now, Love Island continues nightly on ITV2.

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