Based on the UK series, the reality show “unfolds on a tropical island, where single “Islanders” meet and romance each other, hoping to form a relationship. “Islanders” who don’t manage to become part of a couple are at risk for elimination.
Like many other series, Love Island has shut down production because of the ongoing pandemic. Now, producers of the CBS TV show are preparing for season two so they are ready to film once they get the green light. That includes exploring foreign and domestic options as possible filming locations.
From ITV America:
Once the switch is turned on, we can get it to air very quickly. We’re trying to get it as ready as possible so when [CBS] says ‘go’, we’re ready, location-wise, build outs, casting.”
The first season was filmed in a villa in Fiji but the planned location for the second season hadn’t been announced.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Love Island? Are you looking forward to season two?