Love Island 2023: What time is Love Island on TV tonight? Start time for winter series in South Africa on ITV
Love Island 2023 has arrived - so here is the time you can watch the saucy singletons live on television on Tuesday (January 24) night.
The nation’s favourite reality show has returned once again, but this time for its second-ever winter series in South Africa. Love Island 2023 sees nearly a dozen good-looking singles on the hunt for their life partners in a sun-baked villa.
Contestants are either starting to settle down in their couples or continuing to crack on as bombshell after bombshell starts to get introduced. Starting with professional footballer Tom Clare, who has turned heads since arriving and currently finds himself in a love triangle with Olivia and Zara, which has sparked plenty of drama and arguments.
Zara also entered the show as a bombshell, alongside David. Though it was to no avail for the latter, who ended up becoming the first islander dumped from the villa at the end of Friday night’s recoupling.
Viewers will recognise that the ITV series has a fresh coat of paint with new host Maya Jama, who took over from Laura Whitmore. Though they will be glad to know that the vintage voice of her husband Iain Sterling remains, as the Scottish comedian continues to narrate the goings-on each episode.
ITV has promised that Love Island 2023 will be bigger and better than ever, with various tasks, tests and the return of the famous Casa Amor planned. All of which will test the connections that islands have with each other across eight weeks of episodes.
As millions of people across the UK and beyond reach for their television remotes to watch the latest episode of Love Island 2023, it is best to know what time the broadcast starts on TV. This is because the love show regularly receives a schedule shake-up to make way for more major events.