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Love Island 2021: When does it go on catch up?

Desperate to catch up on the drama? (Picture: ITV2)

Love Island fans had to wait over a year for a new series – but, if the first episode is anything to go by, it was well worth the wait.

From a dramatic first coupling to some sensual toe sucking, series seven looks set to be full of unmissable moments.

But with the ITV Hub experiencing technical difficulties just before the launch show, many fans are concerned that the episode may not yet be available to watch on catch up.

Here is all you need to know.

When does Love Island go on catch up?

Each new episode of Love Island will be available to watch on catch up after it finishes airing.

Apart from the launch episode and the finale, which run later, the episodes will be accessible just after 10pm.

You can watch Love Island on the ITV Hub (Picture: ITV Hub)

You can watch the latest episodes, as well as binge on series one to six, for free on the ITV Hub.

However, you will have to register for a free account on ITV Hub to watch as the show contains adult content.

If you sign up to be an ITV Hub+ member then you can watch all your favourite ITV shows ad-free. You can also download them to watch offline (Love Island on your commute? Now that’s a match made in heaven).

ITV Hub+ costs £3.99 per month or £39.99 per year after a seven-day free trial.

Can you watch Love Island live on ITV Hub?

When it is working, you can watch Love Island live on ITV Hub at 9pm.

You’ll have to register for a free account on ITV Hub to watch as the show contains adult content.

You can also watch the dating show live on ITV2, channel number 118 for Sky customers, channel 115 on Virgin Media, and channel 113 on Freesat.

Love Island airs Sundays to Fridays on ITV2 at 9pm.


Credit: Original article published here.

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