Love is in the air as ITV’s hit reality show Love Island Great Britain returns for its 2023 Winter season. With a new cast of singletons looking for love, romance, and the chance to win a £50,000 prize pool, viewers are sure to be in for a wild ride. But that’s not all; fans of the show can also look forward to Love Island: Aftersun, a weekly spin-off show hosted by Maya Jama, Sam Thompson, and India Pollack. Love Island: Aftersun will air immediately after the main show on Sundays on ITV2, and viewers can also catch episodes later on ITVX. So get ready to fall in love with Love Island Great Britain and Love Island: Aftersun, and don’t forget to use a VPN if you’re watching from outside the UK.
The new season of Love Island Great Britain returns on January 16, and with it the return of spin-off show Love Island: Aftersun. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch it.
ITV’s popular UK reality show ‘Love Island’ returns for its Winter 2023 series, with a new cast entering the villa in a bid to find love and win a £50,000 prize pool.
As with previous seasons, this series promises weeks of romance and drama with a new episode almost every night, and fans can’t wait to see how the new cast fares.
And for those looking for more Love Island content, Love Island: Aftersun will be back again this year. Here’s everything you need to know about what it is and how to watch it.
What is Love Island: Aftersun?
Love Island: Aftersun is a weekly spin-off show held in the studio with audience participation where the group discusses the events of the past week.
The show includes additional behind-the-scenes clips as well as interviews with actors who have been evicted from the villa.
In 2023, the show will be hosted by Maya Jama, who will also make her debut as host of the main show, alongside regular panelists Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson and former Love Island contestant India Pollack.
We have the lyrics! India and Sam will be the new hosts of The Morning After podcast and also join @MayaJama on Aftersun every week! #LoveIsland 🏝️ @1ndiyah @SamThompsonUK @LoveIsland pic.twitter.com/N1ccTQGFTc
— ITV (@ITV) January 5, 2023
When is Love Island: Aftersan 2023 coming out?
Love Island: Aftersun will air once a week on Sundays immediately after the main show airs on ITV2. Main episodes usually start at 9pm
Like the main show, you’ll be able to watch Love Island: Aftersun live on ITV2, but you’ll also be able to catch episodes later on ITVX, ITV’s video-on-demand service.
Those outside the UK will need to use a VPN to access this content just like the main show.