Fans had to look abroad to get a fix for their reality series as there was no UK summer edition of Love Island this year.
And already treated to the Australian version earlier this year, Love Island USA Season 2 is now airing on ITV 2 Monday September e September.
Although there are some similarities between the American version of the show and the version we are more familiar with, there are some differences.
And one question fans might relate to the proposed prize for the winning couple – is it like the UK prize?
Read what you need to know.
What can Love Island USA competitors win?
The winning couple in Love Island America get 100,000 to share between them – which is roughly equal to at 76,000 at the current exchange rate.
This makes the US version even better profitable than the UK show, with only 000 50,000 as an offer for the winners.
But there is a catch: as in the UK version, the winning couple has to decide whether to share the pot.
Of course it is unlikely that the winning couple will decide not to share by introducing each other on the way to the final in the competition.
And indeed in last year’s first season of Love Island USA, the winning couple Elizabeth Weber and Jack Mirabelle didn’t hesitate before deciding to split the money.
Love Island USA starts from ITV 2 on Monday 7th September at 9pm. If you are looking to see more, check out our TV guide.