Love Island USA Season 2: It is an American reality TV show based on the British series Love Island. It involves a group of contestants called Islanders, living in a villa away from the outside world. They must be coupled with each other to survive in the villa it can be a love couple or friendship. The winning couple receives 100,000$. Throughout the show, they may swap couples as they wish.
It was supposed to release on 21st May 2020. Due to the pandemic, it has been delayed. Now the second season would premiere on 24th August 2020. It will be on TV every night including two hours on Saturday.
Arielle Vandenberg is the host this season with Matthew Hoffman as the narrator. The contestants are Katlynn Anderson, Calvin Cobb, Lauren Coogan, Caleb Corprew, Mackenzie Dipman, Tre Forte, Rachel Lundell, James McCool, Jhonny Middlebrooks, Justine Ndiba, Carrington Rodriguez, Kierstan Saulter, Connor Trott, Moira Tumas, Cely Vazquez, Jeremiah White
The sexy singles reality show ‘Love Island‘ by CBS is back with Season 2, to be filmed in a Las Vegas hotel. The show’s pre-production began at Cromwell, a boutique hotel in Caeser Entertainment which has been shut down since the March Covid-19 lockdown. Initially, the creators had intended to film the series on an overseas island and telecast it in May but after the pandemic, those thoughts were put on hold.
When asked about the second season, David George, ITV America’s CEO, told Deadline: “We’re trying to get it as ready as possible so we’re packed, location-wise, build-outs, casting when (CBC) says ‘go’.”Earlier in May, CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl told Deadline he was “optimistic” for both ‘Love Island’ and ‘Big Brother’ airing in the summer. “Those shows turn around pretty fast, Big Brother has live shows every week and Love Island airs the night after they shoot, those shows don’t have long post-processes,” he said.