How to watch Love Island 2022 online and stream season 8 from anywhere - catch up on the whole series on-demand now

Summer is over - catch-up on the class of 2022

Love Island 2022 final couples
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Love Island 2022 came to an end on Monday, August 1 where our final four couples found out who would be crowned the winners and win that £50k cash prize. But who took the crown for season 8? OG couple Andrew and Tasha, fiery Ekin-Su and Davide, slightly dull Gemma and Luca, or fan favorites Indiyah and Dami? Get all the details on how to watch Love Island online from anywhere and stream season 8 on catch-up in full now.

Where to watch Love Island UK 2022

Premiered: Monday, June 6

Final episode: Monday, August 1

Free stream: ITV Hub (opens in new tab) (UK) 

Watch anywhere: try ExpressVPN 100% risk-free (opens in new tab)

International stream: Hulu (US) / 9Now (opens in new tab) (Aus) / Neon (opens in new tab) (NZ)

The summer of 2022 hasn't been a quiet one, that's for sure. From shock recouplings to army-crawling along the terrace, whipping up tiramisus and apologetic carbonaras, to 9/10 islanders returning with someone new from Casa Amor (or near enough). 

This year's line-up of taut, tanned twenty-somethings have been giving, but it'd all come to an end with one couple sharing the £50,000 prize money.

Eight weeks of villa drama, it's all over now until its return in 2023 for the UK's second ever winter edition. If you want to catch-up or simply re-live the chaos, we've detailed below how to watch Love Island UK online from anywhere.


Want more Love Island antics?

Across the Atlantic the fun is just beginning as Iain Stirling and new host Sarah Hyland are joined by another batch of hot singles. It's set to be a hot, streaming summer with options to watch Love Island USA season 4 around the globe. There's also now Love Island Australia, season 4, to enjoy too.


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Where to watch Love Island UK 2022 for FREE

ITV Hub (opens in new tab)

Love Island kicked off for another eight weeks of finding love and tashing on, coming to an end on Monday, August 1.

Airing on ITV2, you can now catch up on all 57 episodes on ITV Hub.

100% free-to-watch in the UK, originally airing on ITV2, you can now catch up on all 57 episodes on the ITV Hub (opens in new tab). Not in the UK right now?

Use a VPN to watch Love Island on ITV Hub from abroad. (opens in new tab)

Remember you can watch ITV Hub a number of ways, including on desktop, via your smartphone or tablet with the app, as well as on most media streamers, including Fire Stick, Roku, and Apple TV, as well as on gaming consoles.

How to watch Love Island UK 2022 outside the UK

We've detailed how you can watch Love Island from the UK, but bear in mind that if you're abroad at any point during this year's summer of love, you won't be able to watch Love Island UK from abroad, or access ITV Hub.

Don't get mugged off by geo-restrictions, which restricts certain services and content to specific parts of the world. You can get around geo-blocks by using a VPN, or Virtual Private Network. It's completely legal, very affordable and easy to use - and it also encrypts your browsing, offering protection against cybercriminals and government snooping.

Use a VPN to watch Love Island season 8 from anywhere

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Using a VPN is as easy as one-two-three...

1. Download and install a VPN - as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN

2. Connect to the appropriate server location - open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location (a server in the UK in this case)

3. Go to the broadcaster's stream - head to ITV Hub (opens in new tab) and start watching Love Island as if you were back at home

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Where to watch Love Island UK 2022 online in the US

Hulu (opens in new tab)

Do not fear, Love Island UK season 8 episodes began dropping from June 21 on Hulu (opens in new tab), leaving the US just a couple of weeks behind on the action. The final will therefore likely drop August 12.

New subscribers can make the most of a Hulu free trial (opens in new tab) for 30-days on its With-Ads or No-Ads plan. Thereafter the Hulu price (opens in new tab) starts from $6.99 a month.

That leaves those Stateside just a couple of weeks behind the action. Alternatively, for Brits abroad, you could get a VPN to watch ITV Hub from abroad (opens in new tab)

Where to watch Love Island UK online for FREE in Australia

9Now (opens in new tab)

For those Down Under, Channel 9's on-demand service, 9Now (opens in new tab) was once again hosting episodes of the UK iteration of Love Island and can now watch back all episodes on the platform.

9Now is 100% free to watch - you simply need to make a Nine account to watch. Of course, this service is geo-restricted, so if you happen to be outside the country, simply sign up to a VPN (opens in new tab) to appear as if you're in Australia when watching.

Where to watch Love Island UK 2022 in New Zealand: stream season 8 online

Neon (opens in new tab)

Those in New Zealand were able to watch Love Island UK season 8 on Neon (opens in new tab) with episodes concurrent with the UK broadcasts. That means all episodes are now available to stream whenever you want.

There is the choice of a monthly or annual plan. Monthly customers pay NZ$15.99 a month and can benefit from a free trial period. Or save 16% and commit to its annual plan for $159.99. 

Where to watch Love Island UK in Canada

In the past Love Island has been available via Hayu and CTV. However, last year there was no official broadcaster and this has been the case for Love Island season 8, too.

Don't want to miss out on the boys and girls coupling up, heads turning, and islander dumpings? The only way you'll be able to watch Love Island is with a VPN (opens in new tab), which spoofs your device into thinking you're browsing from elsewhere and bypass geo-restricted content.


2022 Love Island UK season 8 cast

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Everything you need to know about Love Island 2022

Which couples are in the Love Island UK final?

  • Ekin-Su and Davide
  • Indiyah and Dami
  • Tasha and Andrew
  • Gemma and Luca

Who won Love Island 2022?

  • *Ekin-Su and Davide*

The Love Island 2022 contestants

  • Paige Thorne - 24, paramedic from Swansea
  • Dami Hope - 26, Senior Microbiologist from Dublin
  • Indiyah Polack - 23, hotel waitress from London
  • Liam Llewellyn - 22, student from Newport, South Wales
  • Tasha Ghouri - 23, model and dancer from Thirsk, North Yorkshire
  • Davide Sanclimenti - 27, business owner from Manchester
  • Gemma Owen - 19, international dressage rider from Chester
  • Ikenna Ekwonna - 23, pharmaceutical sales from Nottingham
  • Andrew Le Page - 27, real estate agent from Guernsey
  • Amber Beckford - 24, nanny from London
  • Luca Bish - 23, fishmonger from Brighton
  • Afia Tonkmor - 25, lounge host from London
  • Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu - 27, actor from Essex
  • Jacques O'Neill - 23, rugby player from Cumbria
  • Jay Younger - 28, investment banker from Edinburgh
  • Remi Lambert - 22, model from Manchester
  • Danica Taylor - 21, dancer from Leicester 
  • Antigoni Buxton - 26, singer from London
  • Charlie Radnedge - 28, real estate developer from London
  • Summer Botwe - 22, events decor business owner from Hertfordshire
  • Jazmine Nichol - 21, nightclub manager from Newcastle
  • Mollie Salmon - 23, make-up artist from Southampton
  • Cheyanne Kerr - 23, cabin crew from Barnsley
  • Coco Lodge - 27, graphic designer from Surrey
  • Chyna Mills - 23, youth support worker from Leeds
  • Deji Adeniyi - 22, accounts manager from Bedford
  • Josh Samuel Le Grove - 22, model from Essex
  • Jack Keating - 23, social media marketing from Dublin
  • George Tasker - 23, labourer from the Cotswolds
  • Samuel Agbiji - 22, model from Manchester
  • Billy Brown - 23, roofing company director from Surrey
  • Adam Collard - 26, personal trainer from Newcastle
  • Lacey Edwards - 25, dancer from Swindon
  • Nathalia Campos - 23, social media influencer from London
  • Jamie Allen - 27, professional footballer from Preston
  • Reece Ford - 23, model from Conventry

Laura Whitmore holding flag that says 'Love' for Love Island season 8 promotion

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Where can I get the latest Love Island news?

Our first port-of-call for Love Island news is the official Love Island Twitter (opens in new tab) page.

For a true deep-dive into islander life, you should also tune into Love Island: Aftersun every Sunday at 10pm BST straight after the latest action from the villa.

What time can I watch the Love Island first look?

Made available every Monday to Friday and Sunday afternoon, the Love Island first look is shared on Love Island Twitter and Instagram (opens in new tab) page. This usually drops around 2-3pm BST and gives an exclusive look and the drama going on in the villa in that night's episode.

When is the Love Island UK season 8 finale?

It has now been confirmed that the islander's 8 week stint in the villa will come to an end on Monday, August 1. The finale will likely kick off at the usual time of 9pm BST for an extended final episode in which the winning couple will be crowned and they'll decide whether to share or take the £50k cash prize.

Where is Love Island 2022 being filmed?

While the world has, for the most part, gone back to normal, there will in fact be a new Love Island villa! After using the same villa for the last five years, it was sold back in March for £2.75m. The location of the 2022 Love Island villa is, of course, something of a secret but word has it that's not far from the original location of Mallorca’s St Llorenc des Cardassar.

What other changes will we see in Love Island 2022?

For the few out there that found great enjoyment in contestants swapping baked beans from one mouth to another... Well, you'll be sad to hear that all food challenges have been axed in Love Island season 8, with viewers deeming the challenges "disgusting".

The postcard that is sent to ruffle feathers during Casa Amor could also be vetoed from the show, following a backlash for the last few years.

Moving towards becoming more sustainable after criticism of promoting fast-fashion – in the past contestants have been clothed by Boohoo and Pretty Little Thing – this year the show will be sponsored by eBay. Islanders will be dressed in second-hand clothing.

Also rather excitingly, it's been rumoured this season could be the longest the show runs for yet.

What safe-guarding has been put in place for Love Island?

Both the mental well-being of contestants, as well as how the show tackles inclusivity have come under fire for the last few years. This follows the loss of former contestants Sophie Gradon in 2018, Mike Thalassitis in 2019, and former host Caroline Flack in 2020, all three to suicide.

The first duty of care protocols were shared in 2019 ahead of season 5. This year, Love Island producers have released a full set of protocols, including the new addition of inclusion training to tackle “inclusive language around disability, sexuality, race and ethnicity, behaviours and microaggressions".

Outlined on ITV's website (opens in new tab), protocols are broken down to pre-filming, during the series, and aftercare and include:

  • Comprehensive psychological support
  • Training for all Islanders on the impacts of social media and handling potential negativity 
  • Training for all Islanders on financial management 
  • Detailed conversations with Islanders regarding the impact of participation on the show
  • A proactive aftercare package which extends support to all Islanders following their participation on the show
  • Guidance and advice on taking on management after the show. 

Alice Marshall
eCommerce Editor

Alice is eCommerce Editor at Future with a focus on streaming services, such as Disney Plus and HBO Max, and VPN. She predominantly writes buying and streaming service guides, as well as how to watch articles. Previously a Commercial Content Writer at Trusted Reviews, Alice has five years experience giving online buying advice, and over two years writing about consumer tech.