Two new series have been announced for the future of Love Island

Two new series have been announced for the future of Love Island ...

In the midst of this year''s success, we are still in the belly of the Love Island 2022 beast (and thank you so much for that), but ITV is already considering the show''s future.

As both drama and romance unfold in Majorca, ITV and production company Lifted Entertainment have confirmed that another two series of the competition is on the way.

Both the summers 2023 and 2024 are discussed, however, the latter is not the case for Love Island, which will feature a winter and summer series.

In the summer months in Majorca, the so-called ''winter'' Love Island will return to South Africa in the New Year. Both episodes will air on ITV2 and ITVX.

Paul Mortimer, the director of reality commissioning and controller for ITV2, promised fans that 2023 would thus be known as "the Year of Love."

"Love Island has once again surpassed itself as the nation''s top talking point throughout the summer, and we''re always amazed by the show''s actual impact and talkability among our younger audience," he said in a statement.

"So, instead of just offering up a Summer of Love, we thought we''d make 2023 the Year of Love with two whole episodes."

Mike Spencer, a senior producer at Lifted Entertainment, shared the joy of reimagining two additional series of "romances, bromances, and everything in between."

Our water bottles and swimwear are already ready and waiting.

Love Island is available on ITV2 and via catch up on the ITV Hub and Britbox.