'Love Island' contestants Ray Gantt and Caroline 'Caro' Viehweg, cheersing
‘Love Island’ cast members Ray Gantt and Caroline “Caro” Viehweg | Colin Young-Wolff/CBS via Getty Images

Love Island is a CBS reality show that is a spinoff of a U.K. series of the same name. The show follows a group of attractive singles as they move into a luxury villa in the pursuit of love.

Love Island contestants, referred to as “Islanders,” pair up every few days, and those that remain uncoupled risk losing their spot in the luxury villa and their shot at love. Couples also must win the hearts of viewers to walk away with love and the cash prize of $100,000.

Premiere: August 8, 2018
Genre: Reality-TV
Where to Watch Love Island: Paramount+

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