A new series of Love Island may not take place on Mallorca in Spain this summer, but all hope is not lost for fans of the reality TV show.

ITV has revealed that it will be airing the Australian version of the show to fill the gap that Love Island 2020 would have been leaving behind.

Here is everything you need to know about the show - from the details of who is on it to when it will air on TV.

Love Island: Australia

The Australian season of the show was filmed in 2018, but ITV2 has decided to air it again for Love Island fans in the UK.

The first 10 contestants entering the villa are:

  • Cassidy, 24, a barmaid
  • Charlie, 22, an international rugby player
  • Eden, 25, a prison officer
  • Erin, 23, a nurse
  • Grant, 22, an electrician
  • Josh, 25, a sports administrator
  • Justin, 27, a model
  • Millie, 24, a doggy daycare worker
  • Natasha, 24, a beauty salon owner
  • Tayla, 21, a beauty queen

The show is presented by actress and singer, Sophie Monk, and the narration is done by Irish presenter, Eoghan McDermott.

Glasgow Times: Love Island Australia. Picture: ITVLove Island Australia. Picture: ITV

Where and when can I watch it?

The Love Island Twitter account revealed that Love Island fans would be able to watch the Australian version in the UK from Monday, June 15.

The tweet read: “Missing your Love Island fix this summer? Catch Love Island: Australia every night from Monday 15th June on @itv2 and @itvhub #LoveIslandAus.”

Episodes will kick off at the usual time of 9pm on ITV2.

Where can I watch old seasons of Love Island?

If you’re looking for your fix of Love Island this summer, then you can still indulge in previous seasons of the reality dating show.

All six seasons of Love Island are available to watch on Britbox, the ITV and BBC streaming service, which lets you watch loads of content from the BBC, ITV, Channel 5 and Channel 4.

Programmes like Love Island, Peep Show, Liar, Broadchurch, Friday Night Dinner and Doctor Foster are all available to stream.

You can sign up for a 30-day free trial. After the trial is finished, it will cost £5.99 per month to keep watching.