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Love Island Jumps To Peacock…And Promises To Be Naughtier Than Ever – E! NEWS

Love Island Jumps To Peacock…And Promises To Be Naughtier Than Ever – E! NEWS

It's time to go Island hopping!
After three seasons on CBS, the bawdy dating show Love Island is moving to Peacock. The streaming service has signed on for two new seasons of the salacious series, promising hotter action than ever before.
The Peacock edition, set to film in California, is guaranteeing "naughtier games and steamier challenges," with multiple episodes debuting in real-time weekly. In total, the streamer has ordered 80 episodes of the series, which rose to international fame with its now-infamous UK version.
Despite the move, the format remains the same: A group of sexy singles will descend on a gorgeous villa, as they couple off in hopes of sticking around and ultimately winning a cash prize. Viewers will have a chance to vote who stays and who goes, with the pledge of "shocking twists and turns along the way." We're already sweating.
The CBS version of the show premiered in July 2019, with its third season wrapping in August 2021. It followed in the footsteps of the UK installment, which became the most-watched show in British network ITV2's history in 2018.
Though a premiere date has not yet been set, that isn't stopping us from ordering a few piña coladas in preparation.
While we wait, scroll through to check out the premiere dates for your other favorite shows.
E! and Peacock are both part of the NBCUniversal family.
Mavel tov, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is back for season four on Feb. 18! 
The Walking Dead resumes season 11 with a part two premiere on Sunday, Feb. 20. 
EuroVision lands in the U.S. with NBC's new competition series American Song Contest, premiering Feb. 21. 
The CW's All American returns on Feb. 21. 
The Endgame series premiere is on Feb. 21. 
The highly-anticipated revival of the original Law & Order series premieres on Thursday, Feb. 24. 
The History Channel's Vikings lands a Netflix spin-off, Vikings: Valhalla, starring Laura Berlin, Sam Corlett and Bradley Freegard. The series is set to premiere Friday, Feb. 25. 
Get ready because Animation Domination returns with all-new episodes on Sunday, Feb. 27.
Killing Eve's final season will debut on BBC America on Feb. 27.
The fifth and final season of Better Things will debut on Feb. 28.
The Amanda Seyfried-led series will premiere on Hulu at the start of March.
Our Flag Means Death sets sail for its first season on March 3.
Courteney Cox and Greg Kinnear star as a married couple who move to a haunted mansion in Shining Vale, Connecticut. The horror-comedy premieres Sunday, March 6. 
The craziness continues in Riverdale on March 6 with a new night, on Sunday. 
NBC's Regency Era dating show The Courtship, previously named Pride & Prejudice: An Experiment in Romance, will premiere Sunday, March 8 at 8 p.m. ET.
Renée Zellweger stars in a six-episode limited series about Betsy Faria's 2011 murder
The Masked Singer returns to Fox on March 9 with some more celebrities, more songs, and more amazing costumes. 
Kung Fu returns to The CW on March 9. 
Freeform is up to some good trouble!
On Feb. 7, Freeform announced that Good Trouble will return for season four on March 9.
Speeding back to TV is The Flash on March 9. 
Seth MacFarlane's Orville is back for season three on March 10, with a twist: The Orville: New Horizons is set 400 years in the future as the crew of U.S.S. Orville continues their space exploratory mission. 
The comedy starring Robbie Amell will return for a second season in March.
Charmed casts its spell again on March 11. 
Samuel L. Jackson stars in this TV adaptation of the novel The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey.
Young Rock starts its second season on March 15. 
Ted Danson continues as the mayor of Los Angeles in comedy Mr. Mayor, returning for a second season on March 15. 
The kids are heading back to the kitchen! 
A new season of Masterchef Junior premieres Thursday, March 17 on Fox.
The all-new single-cam docu-com (say that three times fast!) premieres March 17. 
The Amy Schumer–led series premieres March 18 on Hulu.
The Big Mouth spin-off, which takes a closer look at the creatures of the show, will arrive on Netflix in March.
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