We still have the famous baby challenge left to take place, and the parents usually make an appearance in the final week, and then there's the luxurious final dates.
So you don't miss out on any moment from the current series, RadioTimes.com has got you covered with a recap on what happened last night on Love Island, who left Love Island last night, as well as how you can watch it each night or on catch up if you can't make it in on time.
Here's everything you need to know about how you can watch Love Island (almost) every night.
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How to watch Love Island 2021
Viewers can tune into new episodes of Love Island directly on ITV2 at 9pm every night, except Saturdays. On Saturday nights, ITV airs a special episode called Unseen Bits which is a compilation of the week's events.
If you're unable to watch it when it airs on ITV2, you can catch up via the ITV Hub, where episodes are made available to stream as soon as they've aired on TV.
Fans of the show can also catch up on series six of the dating show, as all episodes are still available to stream on the ITV Hub.
There are also some spin-off series on the site, including Love Island: What Happened Next?, Love Island USA, Love Island: The Reunion and the Love Island: The Morning After Podcast hosted by former contestant Kem Cetinay and Arielle Free.
So, there's lots to keep you busy while Love Island season is in full swing!
New episodes of Love Island air everyday on ITV2, except Saturdays. Episodes are available to stream on the ITV Hub. Looking for something else to watch? Check out our TV Guide or visit our dedicated Entertainment hub for the latest news.