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New bombshells have entered the villa.
Season 10 of “Love Island,” which kicked off on Monday night, will again see contestants competing for love in Mallorca, Spain where they’ll be joined by new host Maya Jama who took over from Laura Whitmore for Season 9 last year. The initial group of Islanders include Ruchee Gurung, Ella Thomas, Catherine Agbaje, Jess Harding, Molly Marsh, André Furtado, Mitchel Taylor, Tyrique Hyde, George Fensom and Mehdi Edno.
Producers are evidently trying to freshen up the format, with a couple of major twists already thrown in to the Season 10 premiere. Unlike in past seasons where female contestants entered the villa first and then selected the men they wanted to couple up with later on in the episode, this summer’s show had both men and women enter the villa together. Ultimately, it was the public that decided on the couples.
The new season premiered on the U.K. network ITV2 on Monday night at 9 p.m. local time, with new episodes set to air every day at the same time for eight weeks. The broadcaster will also air the “Love Island: Aftersun” show which will run after the regular episodes on Monday nights.
So, how can you watch the summer installment of “Love Island” if you’re not in the U.K.? The best way to stream the new episodes in real time is by installing a VPN, which allows you to spoof your location and access local streaming services from anywhere. The best VPN service available is ExpressVPN, which can connect to a variety of devices. While it normally costs $13/month, you can save nearly 50% if you sign up for an annual subscription. Plus, ExpressVPN even offers a 30-day money-back guarantee if it doesn’t work with the specific streaming service you ‘re looking for.
Of course, you can always stream “Love Island” in the U.S. without installing a VPN — but you’ll have to wait until the new episodes became available to stream on Hulu. Ad-supported plans start at $7.99/month with the option to bundle in ESPN and Disney Plus for only $9.99/Month.