Love Island 2019: Is Love Island on Sundays? Was Love Island on last night?

ITV2 series Love Island is shaping up to be a dramatic one after launching on Monday, June 3. Love Island 2019 airs every night during the week for an hour on ITV2 with highlights from each episode. The show will be airing for the next eight weeks, so fans will be getting their regular dose of sun, sea and love.

Is Love Island on Sundays?

Love Island 2019 is now in full flow with the singletons in the villa all coupled up.

The show has even seen its first dumping with engineer Callum Macleod getting the boot after he found himself without a partner.

Episodes of Love Island air every evening during the week between Monday and Friday on ITV2 at 9pm.

The show takes a break on Saturdays but there will be a final episode of the week on Sundays on ITV2 at 9pm.


So, fans can watch Love Island every Sunday with the sister-show Aftersun airing on ITV after the main programme has finished at 10pm.

Host Caroline Flack will be back on Aftersun catching up with all the latest gossip from the week.

Caroline will be joined by celebrities and ex-Islanders alike who will be wading into all the happenings in the villa and sharing their thoughts.

Aftersun will also feature exclusive clips not seen in the main show as Caroline gives fans all the updates as they happen.


Was Love Island on last night?

Yes, Love Island aired last night (Sunday, June 9) and the most recent episode saw scientist Yewande Biala picked to go on a hot date with new arrival Danny Williams.

Meanwhile, Tommy Fury was trying to prove himself to new girl Molly Mae Hague after making her a peppermint tea with Sherif Lanre’s help as well as an omelette for the Instagram influencer with Curtis Pritchard “overseeing” the cooking.

But Tommy had stiff competition from Anton Danyluk, who seemed to be pursuing Molly Mae as well.


Sherif and Anna Vakili also looked like they were back on track as they shared a little peck when he complimented her for her loyalty.

Love Island will be seeing more cast members arriving at the villa, while others leave when they find themselves not in a couple.

All of the contestants will be vying for a cash prize which has not been specified as yet.

The winning couple can also expect to either share or steal the money once they’ve won.


However, before that audiences can expect lots of couplings and romance as Love Island continues.

Speaking about the new series, Caroline teased: “The secret behind Love Island’s success is that it’s a really simple show about a really complicated subject.

“No love situation is ever the same, no relationship is ever the same, we are all either in love, out of love, falling in love or falling out of it. It’s relatable and that is the thing that is never going to change.”

Reflecting on some of the tougher parts of her job, she said: “I have to stay impartial but of course if you see someone in there and you feel for them, you want to just go in there and say ‘It’s okay, I’m here on your side!’ But I can’t, I have to be professional.”

Love Island airs on ITV2 on weekdays nights and Sundays at 9pm

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