Love Island season is great for many reasons - one being that we don't have to scratch our heads over what to watch on TV for two months. For six days of the week, we're sorted as the Islanders keep us entertained with plenty of drama and romance.
We're now past the halfway point of Love Island season seven and in the last week of July, the Islanders were picking up the pieces from the ultimate relationship test - Casa Amor.
So far, only one couple has made it official, and that's Jake and Liberty - aka 'Jiberty'. The majority of the boys were in the dog house following their "lads holiday" at Casa Amor.
Love Island is on Sundays-Fridays between 9-10pm BST. The cast and crew have a day off on Saturdays, which is why it doesn't air that day.
On Sundays, there's also Love Island: Aftersun hosted by Laura Whitmore. That follows Love Island at 10pm. On Aftersun, Laura and her guests for the week discuss the latest happenings in the villa and predict what might happen next.
The show airs on ITV2 and ITV Hub and you can also catch up the following morning on ITV Hub or Britbox. Just make sure you don't look at all of the Love Island memes floating around on social media if you are watching it late.
Love Island traditionally airs for eight weeks. It started on Monday 28th June, meaning the series finale should take place on Friday 20th August 2021.
During the finale, the fate of the remaining couples is left in the hands of the public, who vote for their winning Islanders. The couple in first place are handed a £50,000 cash prize.
Many Islanders continue to live their lives in the public eye after the show and become influencers with brand endorsements and partnerships.
Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague has been deemed the most successful Islander to come from the reality TV show to date. She's earning millions from collaborations with big fashion and beauty brands as well as using her fame to launch her own successful self-tan brand.
Her boyfriend from the show, Tommy Fury, is said to be the most successful male contestant.
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