Love Island Season 7:
A dating reality show “Love Island” is now gearing up for the arrival of its seventh series. Lain Stirling is the sole narrator of the truthful show and up to the year 2019, Caroline Flack remained the host of the show. During the year of 2015, the primary episode of the first season was originally premiered within the month of June.
Earlier the show had six seasons with a complete of 244 episodes each having 60 to 95 minutes of the period. ITV Studios and Motion Content Group are the production units and Paul Newton is the actual editor of this particular dating show.
Many times this show has been a topic and subject of complexity as a number of four crews of this show are earlier hanged to suicide. After the saddening and surprising news of the death of flack, the show was also seen forcing it to travel off the air. The show has also unfortunately managed to receive various numbers of lodged complaints.
Earlier during the year of 2019 in the month of July, the makers of the show had assured the entire fan base of the show that they will be coming up with two extra sequels. The sixth season was planned for a release in the early month of the year 2020 and they somehow stuck to their promise and discharged the season in the month of January.
But the seventh season of this mentioned show was planned for a premiere in the hot days. But unfortunately, due to the horrifying spread of a deadly virus in the entire world, the makers had to compromise by putting a full stop in their working of the seventh season.
Earlier this year, the director of the show Kevin Lygo sadly confirmed the postponed news of the arrival of the seventh season.
Laura Whitmore who worked as a host in the previous season also revealed the concern through her official social media account. Considering all the specified concerns regarding the season we can anticipate and speculate the release in the upcoming year 2021. Laura Whitmore will be seen again as the presenter of the show.