How much more Love Island have we got left? (Picture: ITV/Joel Anderson)Love Island 2019 is in full swing, and so is the drama, as tears, jealousy, and mystery already plague the villa, with an Islander kicked off the show for breaking an as-yet-undisclosed rule.
Since we’re still only in the second week of the show, there’s no telling how much drama and romance we’re in for over the course of the rest of the season.
As we count the seconds until the next episode airs, here’s what we know so far about when Love Island 2019 will finish…
When does Love Island finish?
ITV has yet to officially confirm when the show’s finale will air, so at the moment, it’s unclear when Love Island 2019 will finish.
However, if the last season is anything to go by, this season may last for around eight weeks – in which case, the finale would land sometime around Monday, 29 July.
This means that some of the Islanders may end up staying in the villa for roughly two months.
It’s also possible that this season of Love Island could go on even longer than seasons past, because the seasons have been getting progressively longer, with the first lasting five and a half weeks, and the second and third lasting around six weeks.
For now at least, we can go on safe in the knowledge that there’s plenty more Love Island to enjoy before this season ends.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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