Love Island 2019 start date: When does Love Island start on ITV?

Love Island 2019 is back on ITV2 next week with a new line-up of 12 singletons hoping to find romance in the villa. The brand new line-up has been revealed by ITV with Caroline Flack confirmed to be back hosting the reality show. But when will the Love Island 2019 start on ITV?

When does Love Island start on ITV?

Love Island 2019 fans will be pleased to hear they won’t be waiting much longer for series five.

ITV has announced that the latest cycle will be hitting our screens on Monday, June 3.

Making its big comeback, Love Island 2019 will see 12 new contestants heading to Majorca to find love.

The first episode of the new series will air at 9pm on ITV2.


The special introductory episode will run for one hour and 35 minutes until 10.35pm, introducing us to the new contestants.

Then fans will have the opportunity to tune in every night that week with ITV announcing episodes up until Friday night so far. 

The episodes announced are an average of one hour with Tuesday and Friday episodes running for one hour and five minutes.

The format is likely to follow the previous series with fans having the opportunity to watch the show nightly for six nights of the week before the weekly break. 


However we don’t yet know how long series five will be running for but previous series have been increasing in length each year.

Last year was the longest yet with the contestants battling it out in the villa for a total of eight weeks.

The announcement was officially unveiled by Caroline Flack in a new teaser with the hashtag #DayDotIsComing.

Flack will be returning as the host of the new series alongside Iain Stirling who will be back with his much-loved commentary.


ITV has also announced the new line-up of twelve men and women who will be arriving with the hope of winning a huge cash prize as well as finding love.

The list contains six girls and six boys who will soon be paired up and competing against each other to find love.

The line-up of the show has also been revealed with a number of Instagram famous names on the list, including Lucie Donlan and Anna Vakili.

Some celebrity relations are also set to join the villa including boxer Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy Fury and Strictly Come Dancing dancer AJ Pritchard’s brother Curtis Pritchard. 

We’re yet to see who will pair up with who amongst the show’s contestants but all will be revealed next Monday.

But there is sure to be a lot of drama when the contestants hit the villa next week.

Love Island 2019 starts at on ITV2 on Monday, June 3 at 9pm.

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