Peacock Sets July 19 Debut For ‘Love Island,’ Which Moves From CBS To The Streamer

‘Love Island’ Jumps To Peacock From CBS

Peacock has won rights to the American version of the hit British series in what it calls a “highly competitive situation.” The NBCUniversal-owned streaming platform has picked up two seasons of Love Island, with the first set to air in the summer. The show, produced by ITV America’s ITV Entertainment, had aired on CBS for the past three seasons.

TV Host Caroline Flack Killed Herself Before Assault Trial

LONDON (AP) — A British coroner ruled Thursday that reality TV host Caroline Flack killed herself while facing an assault trial she feared would end her career and bring unbearable media scrutiny. Flack, the former host of “Love Island,” was found dead at her London apartment in February, weeks before she was due to stand […]

CBS’s ‘Love Island’ Eyes Return From Vegas

The network and producer ITV Entertainment have started preproduction work at a Las Vegas resort, where cast and crew can be inside a bubble — a la the NBA in Orlando — during filming. The goal is to have the show back on the air by the end of summer.

CBS’s ‘Love Island’ Reveals Its First Season Cast