Love Island is feeling the freeze.
ITV has cancelled the 2021 winter season (Season 2 of the winter edition) of Love Island due to the ongoing uncertainty over the Coronavirus pandemic.
The moves comes weeks after the UK broadcaster axed the summer 2020 edition of the series.
Instead, ITV plans to supersize the Love Island summer 2021 season.
In a statement provided to Cancelled Soon TV, ITV said:
“Love Island UK will return bigger and better than ever with an extended run in summer 2021.”
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About Love Island (2015 TV Series) TV Show
The show has hit new heights in its fifth series this summer, breaking the 6 million viewers mark for the first time, in terms of four-screen consolidated viewing.
There have been over 2 billion impressions on Twitter so far this series, and the Love Island account has over 3 million instagram followers.
Love Island UK is produced by ITV Studios Entertainment and Motion Content Group.
Love Island has also proved a great success in terms of how commercial partners work with editorial to forge partnerships that are a great fit for the show, and with this new series comes lots of new commercial opportunities.
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