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Here's Where You Can Watch All The New Episodes Of 'Love Island'

"Love Island" is one of the steamiest and funniest reality shows out there, and a new season is coming to Peacock.

Three Love Island singles walking on the beach

"Love Island" is easily one of the juiciest and most addictive reality shows out there. Packed with swoon-worthy romance, intense drama, and (often unintentionally) funny moments, it's hard not to binge the whole show in one go. But we have good news for all the fans: There is a whole new season of "Love Island" on the way, and viewers can expect new content six days a week (!!!) once it starts.

For any "Love Island" novices, here's how it works: On "Love Island" a group of singles arrives at a stunning villa in a gorgeous locale. The girls and the boys couple up immediately. But it isn't that simple. New sexy singles enter the villa throughout the time they're there, and there are frequent "coupling ceremonies" — aka people choose whether to stay with their original partner or "uncouple" and move on to someone else. But to win the cash prize at the end, you have to be in a couple. 

The audience has a say, too, though. They vote people off regularly, so to win you have to convince someone else to fall in love with you as well as the viewers! As you can see, it's a perfect recipe for drama, which is why fans just can't get enough.

Now, there is a whole new season of "Love Island" shenanigans heading our way. "Love island" was originally a hit in England, before an American spin-off came to CBS for three seasons. However, the new season will actually be moving to Peacock — and alert: It's sexier and steamier than previous seasons of the US version.

So, how can you watch Season 4?

To watch Season 4 of "Love Island," you can tune into the streaming service Peacock. The premiere airs Tuesday, July 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Peacock, and new episodes will air afterward six days a week — every day but Monday promises a new "Love Island" episode until the end of summer.

You can also catch the premiere of "Love Island" Season 4 on USA Network on Tuesday, July 19 at 10:05 p.m. ET/PT.


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