Caroline Flack returned to welcome 12 new singletons into the Love Island villa in 2019 with each new islander looking forward to weeks in the Mallorca sun. Love Island airs an episode almost every night of the week on ITV2, with the exception of Saturdays, and fans are keen to know how long the current bunch of islanders will be on their screens for. Here’s when Love Island will finish and how many weeks it’ll run for.
Love Island 2019 is expected to run for approximately eight weeks.
ITV hasn’t yet announced an exact finale date, but with the premiere airing on Monday, June 3, there are some clues to suggest when Love Island will finish.
The Love Island final could take place on Monday, July 29, if the series runs for eight weeks exactly.
However, it’s also plausible the show could run for a few extra days, as has been the case with each of the previous series.
ITV2 viewers could expect the finale as late as Sunday, August 4 if previous years are anything to go by.
With plenty of match-making drama still to come, applications to appear on the 2019 series are still open.
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Love Island 2019: Lucie Donlan (Image: ITV)
ITV is still taking applications for potential islanders to appear on this year’s Love Island.