Love Island final date revealed – and it's just weeks away | The Sun

THIS series of Love Island is set to end in a matter of days, The Sun can reveal.

It means the lovebirds including Will Young, 23 and Jessie Wynter, 28, plus Lana Jenkins, 26 and Ron Hall, 26, don’t have long left in the villa in Cape Town.

The Sun can confirm that this second winter series of the ITV2 dating show is on track for an eight-week run and will end on Monday March 13.

A source said: “There was speculation that the current series might only run for six weeks as that was the format for the first Winter Love Island outing in 2020. 

“By the same token, there was talk last year that the summer series could be extended as ratings were so impressive thanks to the likes of Ekin-Su and Davide.

“But bosses plan to stick to their usual eight week schedule and crown their winners on March 13th.


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“That gives the Islanders just four weeks to crack on and find love.”

This series’ viewing figures have been slower to ignite, but recent drama in the villa has seen ratings soar. 

Around 1.5million viewers are tuning in each night, with many more catching up the next day.

It  means each episode is getting around 3m viewers every night.

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Love Island bosses have put in a record number of bombshells into the villa too – ramping up the action.

Viewers are keen bosses include favourite challenges like Mean Tweets, Movie Night and Snog, Marry, Pie before the action turns schmaltzy with Meet The Parents and Prom Night.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.

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