Love Island is heading to Spain and Nigeria
It's been confirmed that Spanish and Nigerian versions of Love Island are being developed.
Broadcasting networks in both country's have acquired the format.
An ITV spokesperson confirmed the news with Metro this week.
Atresmedia have commissioned the dating show in Spain.
It will be produced by ITV Studios' partner Boomerang, as per Metro.
While Digital Play have picked up the format in Nigeria.
This isn't a massive surprise, considering there are versions of the hit show all over the world.
They have editions in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and the United States.
There are also versions in Poland, Romania, New Zealand, Hungary, Finland, France, Sweden and Australia.
Fans have been reacting to the news of a Nigerian Love Island on social media, and they're excited!
One Twitter user wrote, 'love island nigeria would be so chaotic i need it'
While another said, 'WERE GETTING A LOVE ISLAND NIGERIA'
WERE GETERIA pic.twitter.com/W0vbZbV9Vq
— K**** Thee AToothGinny) September 20, 2020
where is t asking for a friend.
— sarah lorentzen (@letstakeitslo) September 22, 2020
— GRACE (@gracebernicax) September 21, 2020
Meanwhile, the UK version is due back next summer.
They had to cancel this year's series due to the global pandemic.