Love Island Season 2, Love Island is a reality series based on Love Island by Richard Cowles. It is produced by ITV Entertainment and distributed by ITV Studios Global Entertainment and Motion Content Group. The Love Island season 2 was all set to release on 21st May 2020, all thanks to the pandemic for the delay.
The show is all about contestants living in a villa where they are separated from the outside world. All of them have to form a love connection or friendship with another contestant to win the show. The winning couple is awarded $100,000. They have to be with someone to survive the vote out. The first season of the show premiered on 9th July 2019 with a total of 22 episodes.
Release date of Love Island season 2
After all the wait we had to go through, Finally, season 2 is coming this year. It will premiere on 24th August.
The cast of Love Island season 2
As of now, there has been no revelation about the cast. Hopefully, the makers want our curiosity to be intact until the release of the season. Although, Host Arielle Vandenberg and narrator Matthew Hoffman will be returning in season 2 as well.
Love Island season 2 team in Las Vegas?
Yes, you heard it right. The cast and crew will now be filming in Las Vegas instead of Fiji.
This was decided to prevent anybody from infecting themselves with the Covid-19. The pandemic has been killing innumerable people daily. Shooting too is on a halt. In such a situation if the production begins then of course it’ll be while keeping necessary precautions.
“All Las Vegas staff and crew working on the production and all cast participating will be within quarantined ‘bubbles’ where they will undergo isolation before production begins and be tested before beginning work, and the cast will be tested before their participation,” according to the press release. “They will also all be regularly tested throughout the season, as well as screened daily for symptoms.”
Let’s see what the second season has for us. We are very excited for the drama to begin.