Love Island 2018 is back on TV this summer but when does it start and what can we expect?
Ahead of Love Island's return to ITV2 later this year for season four, here's all we know so far.
Love Island 2018 start date
ITV2 haven't yet confirmed the exact Love Island 2018 air date - but Caroline Flack has confirmed it'll return in June. Typically the show launches the first week of the month, so Monday June 4 could be a possible start date.
As for how long 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.
The Love Island final is likely to air sometime in July, based on past years.
Caroline Flack is expected to return as host for a third year.
Love Island 2018 cast
No names have been officially announced for the Love Island 2018 cast 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.
Also rumoured is Dima Ziadie, son of Lady Colin Campbell - famous for her appearance in ITV's I'm A Celebrity. A source told The Sun: "Posh Dima would be a great character for the show, as he's outspoken like his mother."
Love Island 2018 spoilers
While season 4 of Love Island won't start for a while, already plans are underway to make it the biggest show to date.
Producers are said to be planning an epic new twist to start the series.
An insider told The Sun newspaper: "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.