For the first three seasons of Love Island USA, which aired on CBS, the show moved from city to city. After filming the first season of Love Island USA in Fiji, the show relocated to Las Vegas for the second season (due to Covid constraints), but for the third season, it returned to an actual island, Ninole in Hawaii. However, given that the fourth season of the reality dating competition series will premiere on Peacock, it appears that the action will return to the mainland. Although the network has not revealed the exact location of the new mansion, production for the show will take place this summer somewhere along the California coast.
Sarah Hyland, the new Love Island host for Season 4, who replaces Arielle Vandenberg, gave fans a sneak peek at the new Love Island villa in a video posted to YouTube ahead of the show’s premiere on July 19. Fans were excited to see the new location despite the secrecy surrounding the reveal. The former Modern Family cast member gave her fans a virtual tour of her new home, joking that she would be appearing there “unannounced throughout the entire summer.” She demonstrated a catwalk, multiple swimming pools, exercise equipment, a “love swing,” the Hideaway, and an “always iconic, always lit” fire pit. The Love Island contestants will “literally be sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G” at the treehouse, which has been unofficially dubbed the “Love Hyland Treehouse” by the hostess.
The California property also includes a treehouse, which is a first for the show.
According to reports, the switch from CBS’s streaming platform to NBC’s streaming platform was prompted, at least in part, by all of the contestants’ PDA. On May 12, the official Love Island Twitter account teased that “Due to the explicit nature of this show,” episodes of the reality competition series would air on Peacock rather than network television during the summer. It’s getting naughtier and steamier. Hyland recently told People in her first look at Season 4 that the challenge games will be exciting and seductive.
As part of her hosting duties, the actor, who is now 31 years old, hopes to develop personal relationships with the island’s residents. “I’m really excited to get to know them on a more personal level than just as a host figure,” she told the magazine. “I’m really looking forward to getting to know them on a more personal level.” “I believe that being able to connect with other humans and discuss what you’re going through is extremely important. And if there is any way I can assist in getting people to open up more than they normally would, I am more than willing to do so.
This is true not only for the women on the island but also for the men and children. In the past, I believe I was successful in getting a few men to express their true feelings. As a result, I am confident that I will be able to handle that responsibility well.
If she fails, she will at least have the beautiful California coastline to look at while she gives it her all.