On Tuesday night, Love Island isn’t airing at 9pm on ITV2.
But before we all start panicking and rioting in the streets – fear not. Tuesday night’s episode has just been pushed back a little in the schedules.
So, why the change? And when is Love Island actually on TV? Allow us to explain…
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ITV have taken the rather sensible decision to delay Tuesday’s episode in order to avoid a clash with the England v Colombia World Cup match.
The England game, which is sure to pull in mega ratings, is airing on ITV between 6.15pm and 10.00pm (after extra time).
In order to avoid a crossover, ITV2 have put Love Island back to 10.00pm.
The episode will still be just over an hour long, ending at 11.10pm – so we’re not getting any less villa action than on a normal night. Phew!
Usual service will be resumed the following day, with Love Island returning to its 9pm home.