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Every Single 'Love Island' Series Has Been Put On ITV Hub

Every Single 'Love Island' Series Has Been Put On ITV Hub

Bye social life, it was nice knowing you.

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara Sheppard

In epic and potentially social life-ruining news, every single series of Love Island has been put online.

The entire boxset of all four series is now on ITV Hub, the whole 215 episodes worth. That's roughly nine days of back-to-back Love Island if you really want to put it into perspective.

Ideal for those who want to fill the Love Island-shaped hole in their heart after the current series ends next week, or those who are new to the show and want to watch it right from the very, very beginning.

The cast of Love Island series one.

Viewers will be able to rewatch iconic moments such in season one when Jon Clark proposed to Hannah Elizabeth, when Beth Rogers came in screaming at Jess Hayes for being "fake" or when the girls overheard all the boys calling them ugly.

They'll even be able to relive season two where Terry Walsh and Emma-Jane Woodham had sex on top of the sheets, when Kady McDermott and Malia Arkian had a fight, which saw Malia kicked out of the villa within minutes of arriving, or when Malin Anderson came back to the villa to confront Terry in iconic scenes.

The series two cast.

There's season three where Olivia Attwood kissed Mike Thalassitis before getting into bed with Chris Hughes.

Elsewhere, Camilla Thurlow became the nation's sweetheart and finally found love with Jamie Hewitt, or when Dom found about rumours back at home that GF Jess Shears had cracked on with some back home.

You can also catch season four, where Josh Denzel couples up with Kaz Crossley instead of Georgia after Casa Amor in gut-wrenching scenes.

The time when Adam Collard completely mugged off Rosie Williams and the nation felt it, or when Megan Barton-Hanson came in and literally turned every man's head.

The cast of Love Island series three.
The cast of series four.

And of course, there's the current series to feast on.

Netflix previously streamed the first two seasons of the beloved show but it was removed from the service on Thursday, 30th April.

And while the UK can now binge on all the past seasons, the Republic of Ireland can only access this year's series on Virgin Media player.

It's not yet known how long the box set will remain online, but we don't like to risk it. GO, GO, GO!

Featured Image Credit: ITV/Love Island

Topics: TV News, TV Entertainment, Love Island, ITV