Love Island Australia Free to Air and 9Now Online Streaming TV Guide
Love Island Is Coming… to Australia!
Temperatures rise and pulses race as ten sexy Aussie singles travel all the way to Mallorca, Spain for an adventure of a lifetime involving sun, sand, and steamy hookups.
Hosted by Sophie Monk, Love Island Australia is bound to take Aussie television by storm with its heavy dose of sizzling “reality” as these singles try to find their match and survive temptations during their stay. On top of that, they must also convince the public to vote for them, ultimately deciding the winning couple at the end of the series.
But there’s a catch: will they share the pot money with their special someone or dare to walk away with it all for themselves? Are they in it for love or money? Find out as Love Island Australia airs on channel 9 free-to-air starting this Sunday, May 27 at 8:30pm AEST.
*Channel Nine has announced that Love Island Australia will return for season 2 this 2019 with Sophie Monk returning as host.
How to stream Love Island
For some exciting catch-up TV, Love Island Australia is available via Nine’s streaming app 9Now. If you are yet to watch a single episode or you’ve missed a couple, you can download the app and start watching it right away. And since 9Now is compatible with most devices, there’s no problem with getting your daily dose of guilty pleasure that is reality TV.
Here’s a list of devices that 9Now is compatible with:
|Free-to-air streaming app||Devices|
|9Now||iOS, Android, PCs and Macs (Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge), Samsung TV, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Chromecast, Fetch TV, Playstation 4, Freeview Plus, LG and Sony Smart TVs.|
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Love Island is available on demand with 9Now
With free-to-air catch up TV, there’s no such as thing as being too late. You can currently watch past episodes by streaming Love Island on demand using the 9Now app. Why not spend your Friday and Saturday nights watching island fun laced with ocean waves, tropical trees, beach bods — the whole nine yards! And don’t forget the dreamy romances, fiery dramas, and sizzling parties!
Love Island Australia Finale Update
Missed the finale of Love Island Australia? Don’t worry ’cause we’ve got the lowdown of what went down on the couples’ last night on the island.
A surprise win for Tayla Damir and Grant Capp left early favourites, Eden Dally and Erin Barnett, visibly shocked after the announcement. Eden and Erin were seen awkwardly standing as Tayla and Grant hugged it out after they were announced as the winners for Love Island Australia 2018.
But of course, the finale doesn’t end with their victory. There’s one more nail-biting test that they need to overcome.
Tayla was given the choice to keep the $50,000 prize money for herself or split it with Grant. And what did she decide on? In the end, she opted to split it with her newfound beau of six weeks. Suffice it to say, all was well after the sun has set in Love Island Australia.
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Where can I get Love Island Australia?
You can watch the latest episodes from Love Island Australia on free to air live and legally with 9Go! The episodes air from Sunday to Thursday every week.
You can also stream it on demand using 9Now, channel 9’s video on demand service that’s compatible with iOS and Android devices. 9Now is also available PC or Mac using Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. You can also watch shows on demand on your TV: Samsung TV, both Telstra TV and Apple TV, Chromecast, Fetch TV, LG Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and using your PlayStation 4 console.
Sophie Monk hosts Love Island Australia.
Love Island Australia Live TV
All episodes of Love Island Australia will air from Sundays to Thursdays every week at 8:30pm AEST on 9Go! beginning this Sunday, May 27. If you can’t watch it on its airing dates, you can catch up by streaming with your devices via the 9Now app.