Though Love Island is in its fifth season, the dating reality show didn't really catch on in America until last summer, when it became reality TV fans' latest obsession thanks to its availability on Hulu.

The daily show follows the ins and outs and ups and downs of a gaggle of sexy young Brits living in a mansion in Mallorca where their every move is being filmed. In order to stay in the house and continue vying for the cash prize, contestants have to couple up, which leads to constantly changing relationships and tons and tons of ~*~drama~*~. An American version is coming to CBS in July, while Season 5 of the British version is currently happening — it premiered June 3 in the U.K., where it airs on ITV.

Here's the thing, though: Love Island Season 5 is not currently available in America, but it's coming Saturday, June 22. Hulu's official customer support Twitter account confirmed that episodes will be added in five-episode chunks every Saturday until the season is over. So you can binge a week's worth of episodes in one day instead of using your weekend to actually go to the beach.

Is Love Island on Netflix?

No, it's only on Hulu. It's not a Netflix sort of show anyway, since Netflix likes to drop full seasons all at once and new episodes of Love Island come out daily.

Is Love Island on Hulu?

Exclusively! Seasons 1-4 are currently available to stream. That's over 150 hours of sexual competition for you to devote yourself to.

But is Love Island Season 5 on Hulu?

Not yet! But it will be starting June 22, with new episodes added Saturdays.

Is Love Island on CBS All Access?

Yes and no. When the American Love Island premieres July 9, it will be available to stream on CBS All Access. But the British version is only on Hulu.

How do I watch Love Island live?

TV Guide cannot sanction any illegal buffoonery as you try to get your reality TV fix. But if you really can't wait until Love Island Season 5 is on Hulu, our friends at CNET have a guide to the best VPNs you can use to trick your computer into thinking it's in England.

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