We’re predicting the next ten weeks to be full of grafting, crackin’ on, getting the ick, new fit bombshells, pulling each other for chats and maybe, just maybe, some lucky people might just last the distance.
Despite our goal to be sat on our sofas watching Love Island at ITV2 at 9pm, sometimes that just isn’t the case and that’s where the ITV Hub comes in. It's where you can catch up almost minutes later and avoid all the social media spoilers.
So, when does Love Island go on the ITV Hub?
And what is the case if it doesn't?
When does Love Island go on the ITV hub?
Episodes of Love Island, which usually air on ITV2 at 9pm - we'll update you with any changes, don't worry - are set to be uploaded on ITV Hub as soon as the show has wrapped. The live finale is the only exception as live shows take about two hours to upload.
"We want you to be able to watch our shows when it suits you, so we aim to get them onto the ITV Hub as soon as possible. Many shows, such as the soaps, dramas, and documentaries will be available to watch just after they’ve finished on TV," say ITV.
"However, live shows like This Morning, The X Factor and sports matches may take a little longer but should be available a couple of hours after they’ve finished."
How long do episodes of Love Island stay on ITV hub for?
If you've missed an episode of Love Island, or even several (shame on you), don't feel rushed to catch up, as episodes will stay online for two months after they are initially available on the ITV Hub.
Although we'd recommend watching them asap to avoid spoilers.
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Did the ITV Hub crash on Love Island launch night?
Last year, thanks to many people trying to watch Love Island and the France vs Switzerland Euros match at the same time, ITV Hub had a little bit of trouble trying to accommodate them all.
Viewers took to Twitter to voice their concerns, saying, "As if ITV Hub has crashed."
"ITV HUB NEEDS TO BEHAVE!! WHAT IS THIS BUFFERING ABOUT?" shouted another fan.
The ITV Hub official Twitter account then issued a message reassuring users they were aware of the issues.
"We are currently experiencing technical difficulties and working on getting services back as soon as possible."
The issue soon got sorted, phew and luckily, there are no major sporting event clashes with Love Island this year.