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A whole new set of singletons looking for love will embark on a winter getaway like no other, as they ditch the dating rule book by deleting their dating apps and live together in the wilderness.
After moving into their new, intimate surroundings, the singletons only have 24 hours to decide whether they would like to spend more time together - or call it a day and walk away.
The first series was packed with first encounters, awkward dates, cooking disasters, first kisses and heartfelt moments.
Viewers will remember seeing the love between Charlotte and Sarah blossom over the course of four days. They became the first couple to stay that length of time and left as an official 'Cabins couple', leading to lots of praise from viewers for having LGBTQ+ representation on the show.
They also saw Robyn and Mamudo's hot tub moments and body painting as well as Liam and Andras' axe throwing date.
For many people The Cabins filled a Love Island-sized hole left by the coronavirus pandemic effectively cancelling another winter Love Island series as well as a summer 2020 series. The Cabins became ITV Hub's most popular entertainment show, generating 400,000 streams and more than 800,000 hours of viewing.
Paul Mortimer, ITV Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions, said: "The Cabins proved to be a great success amongst our target young audience, and we're hoping cupid's arrow can find its way back to the lodge when we debut our second series on ITV2 and ITV Hub in 2022."
While we wait for The Cabins series 2, ITV2 has confirmed that Love Island 2021 will be back on our screens this summer after more than a year off the air.
The search for the next group of islanders since January, with ITV2 even teamed up with Tinder to expand their search for singletons.
ITV's director of television Kevin Lygo said in a statement in March: "There's so much to look forward to on ITV this spring and into summer, with the Euros and the return of Love Island, but much more besides."
The last summer edition aired all the way back in 2019, which saw Amber Gill voted the winner alongside partner Greg O'Shea, was the most-watched yet, drawing in an average of 5.61 million viewers every night.
The last series - and first winter edition - took place in January 2020 before the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Paige Turley and Finley Tapp are the reigning Love Island winners.
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