Love Island is coming to Netflix VERY soon

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by Ruby Norris |
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While we patiently wait for June to hurry tf up, so we can cancel all our summer plans and fully commit to Love Island 2018, we'll soon to able to fill the Love Island void on demand.

This is because everyone's favourite dating show is set to join the Netflix schedule next week - and we've absolutely lost our heads!

Kady
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Series one and two will reportedly be available on the streaming service from 1st, meaning you can remind yourselves who found lurrrve on Love Island 2015 and who was falling into the dicksand (before dicksand was even a thing) back in 2016.

Unfortunately, last years show - which saw Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies bag the top prize - is not being added to the Netflix lineup this May.

However, with a total of 66 episodes available to stream as of next week, you'll be able to put all your eggs in one basket for a mega Love Island binge sesh. Or if the hard graft is more your style, treat yourself to an episode a day until the arrival of the news series.

GALLERY: The definitive guide to which couples are still together (and which aren't)

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Love Island couples still together (slider)

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Hannah Elizabeth and Jonathan Clark (2015): SPLIT

Remember when they, like, got engaged on the show? That one didn't quite last...

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Katie Salmon and Adam Maxwell (2016): SPLIT

Adam claimed he was '100 percent single' shortly after leaving the villa and, um, that was that. #Kadam; gone but never forgotten.

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Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville (2017): STILL TOGETHER

After making the final last year, Gabby and Marcel are still very much a thing and we're here for it.

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Scott Thomas and Kady McDermott (2016): SPLIT

Scott and Kady managed a year before splitting in 2017.

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Nathan Massey and Cara de da Hoyde (2016): STILL TOGETHER

They've got their little Love Island baby and everything.

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Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow (2017): STILL TOGETHER

An absolute success story of Love Island 2017, Jamie and Camilla and Jamie are still the CUTEST of couples.

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Sam Gowland and Georgia Harrison (2017): SPLIT

Sam seems to be doing alright for himself on Geordie Shore, so we don't think he's too gutted.

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Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes (2017): SPLIT

The couple were plagued with cheating rumours throughout their relationship (who can forget that whole Chris Hughes and Katie Price debacle?). Since their ITVBe show Crackin' On ended, Olivia's confirmed she's back with ex-boyfriend Bradley Dack.

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Emma-Jane Woodhams and Terry Walsh (2016): SPLIT

The pair dated for eight months in actual real life before calling it a day. AH WELL.

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Rykard Jenkins and Rachel Fenton (2016): SPLIT

At least they lasted 18 months. Not bad going...

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Jessica Hayes and Max Morley (2015): SPLIT

Still fancy Max in a huge way, not gonna lie.

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Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland (2016): STILL TOGETHER

Alex and Olivia are engaged and literally as strong as ever. We like to live vicariously through them, to be honest.

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Jordan Ring and Zoe Brown (2015): SPLIT

Absolutely DID NOT work IRL. Neeext.

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Luis Morrison and Cally Jane Beech (2015): SPLIT

They had the first ever Love Island baby and are happy as Larry. Ah, always good to end on some good news.

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Tyla Carr and Jonny Mitchell (2017): SPLIT

Oh it was never gonna last, was it?

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Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies (2017): SPLIT

The Love Island 2017 winners split in December 2017; five months after the finale.

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Montana Brown and Alex Beattie (2017): SPLIT

These two split just weeks after returning to the UK. Sad times.

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Dom Lever and Jess Shears (2017): STILL TOGETHER

Jess and Dom are so together, in fact, they got 'married' on Good Morning Britain on Valentine's Day 2017. The, um, actual wedding's scheduled for later this year.

In other Love Island news, we've got some WONDERFUL news for fans of the show.

This year's series is set to be the longest ever, as Love Island 2018 is apparently going to last for eight whole weeks.

This comes after it was reported by The Mirror that the contestants will be subject to a new set of rules when it comes to sex in the house.

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They'll reportedly not be permitted to engage in drunk sex, and they'll never be allowed to get naked in front of their co-stars.

This is apparently because the villa constitutes a public space - and they'll even have to cover up in the shower (which is a bit odd).

Read more about the new Love Island rules here.

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