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Love Island Season 6 Episode 23: ‘Episode 23’ Release Date, Preview, and Streaming Details

Love Island Season 6 Episode 23

In this post, we are going to talk about Love Island Season 6 Episode 23 Release Date, Preview, and Streaming Details. The show is supposed to release another episode today, and we will be discussing all the available details about it ahead in the article. However, it will include spoilers, so make sure you only read release date and streaming information if spoilers bother you.

Love Island Season 6 Episode 23 Release Date

The show is now 22 episodes deep into the sixth season, and the 23rd episode is due today in the UK. The 23rd episode of Love Island season 6 is all set to release on 3 February 2020, and the previous episode, episode 22 was released on 2 February 2020. The show has an average runtime of 45 minutes per episode as per the Next Episode website.

Love Island Season 6 Episode 23 Preview

Here is the latest clip released by the show on its YouTube channel!

Love Island Season 6 Episode 23 Streaming

The show is aired on the ITV channel in the UK at 9 PM GMT, as the new episodes are supposed to release everyday as it is a reality television show! However, viewers can choose to stream the show online, and ITV Hub would be the easiest option to stream the show live, as well as watch any episode after it has been aired! Furthermore, the American viewers will have to rely on Hulu which adds new episodes on Saturdays!

What Is The Show ‘Love Island’ About?

Irish TV celebrity and radio presenter Laura Whitmore hosts the reality dating TV series, where a group of singles shift to a luxury villa to find love and enjoy the summer of their life. During the series, the host has unplanned shock twists and surprises that will be testing the bonds among the contestants. To stay in the luxury villa and stay in the game and win the £50,000 prize, contestants must make relationships and win the hearts of each other and the public, as they are the ones who decide the fate of the contestants on `Love Island.’