How long is Love Island on for? When does it end? All the details on the 2019 series

From the saying ‘it is what it is’ running rife throughout the villa, to Joe Garratt’s heart being broken after one day, Love Island is back – and more sizzling and dramatic than ever before.

With the likes of AJ Pritchard's brother Curtis and Tyson Fury's sibling Tommy taking part, the season promises to bring tales of love, blazing rows and stellar bromances to rival Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay.

But how long are viewers expected to enjoy the summer of love? Here’s everything you need to know:

How long will Love Island run for?

The show, hosted by Caroline Flack, is likely to last for eight weeks like it did in 2018 – a full week longer than the 2017 season.

This means it will be two weeks longer than season one and two.

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When will the grand finale take place?

While ITV haven’t confirmed a date for the final, it’s most likely to take place on Monday 29 July 2019.

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When is Love Island on?

Love Island airs new episodes every night at 9pm on ITV2, with Saturday night's instalment acting as a highlights episode.

How can I access Love Island outside of the UK?

Love Island fans can use ITV Hub +, which can be found in the app store for anyone who can't bear to be separated from the latest drama.

The app is available to download on a range of tablets, phones and computers and costs £3.99 a month, though the service does offer a seven day free trial for new customers.

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