When is “Love Island” season 3 on TV? Where is it available to live stream?
CBS heads back to the Villa for season 3 of “Love Island,” which will bring more drama and love all summer long as single men and women couple up and find their perfect match.
Arielle Vandenberg will resume hosting duties for the third season, which will take place for the first time in Hawaii.
The previous season of “Love Island” was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but premiered last August and took place in Las Vegas. Since then, CBS announced plans to diversify the casts of unscripted reality TV series, to feature at least 50% Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
Here’s a season preview:
Here’s what you need to know to tune into the season premiere of “Love Island”:
What time does “Love Island” Season 3 premiere air?
Episode 1 airs from 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 (7/7/2021).
What TV channel does the “Love Island” premiere air on?
As always, “Love Island” will air on local CBS channels.
Where can I live stream “Love Island” online?
You can watch the full episode, live, on CBS.com or via CBS apps with a cable provider login. The show will also be available on the following live TV streaming services:
Who is the cast on season 3?
- Cashay Proudfoot (F), 25, Brooklyn, New York
- Christian Longnecker (M), 24Oahu, Hawaii
- Cinco Holland Jr. (M), 25, Ashburn, Virginia
- Javonny Vega (M), 26, Boca Raton, Florida
- Jeremy Hershberg (M), 27, New York, New York
- Josh Goldstein (M), 24, Haverhill, Massachusetts
- Korey Gandy (M), 28, Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Kyra Lizama (F), 23, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Olivia Kaiser (F), 28, Anchorage, Alaska
- Shannon St. Claire (F), 24, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
- Trina Njoroge (F), 24, Hacienda Heights, California
- Will Moncada (M), 26, Colombia
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