Love Island bosses are reportedly launching a new dating show called The Cabins in the UK this winter.
It comes after the original summer and winter series were canceled until later in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to reports, the cabins will see isolated competitors abandon the technology and instead be paired up in huts in the middle of the UK.
Exciting! Love Island bosses are reportedly launching a new dating show called The Cabins in the UK this winter (host Laura Whitmore pictured)
Singles would then have the choice of staying another night with their selected partners or being paired with another love.
A source told The Sun: “Bosses are getting back to basics with The Cabins. Away from the distractions of modern life, two singles will have to spend time together and get to know each other well without a profile on a dating app.
“After 24 hours together, they can decide if they will stay together a little longer or if they will switch to someone new.
“If they stay together for up to four days, then we give other singles the chance to step into the cabin and potentially meet their Mr. or Miss Right. “
Canceled: This comes after the original summer and winter series were canceled until later in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic (2019 stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury pictured)
The source added that the show is already reportedly launching singletons with filming set to take place in the next few months for a 2021 air date.
MailOnline has contacted ITV2 for comment.
It comes after ITV bosses ended the reality show’s summer and winter series after declaring that it was logistically impossible to safeguard “the welfare of everyone involved” at the amid the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.
Fans have been assured that the dating schedule, which was set to begin filming in June, will return “stronger than ever in 2021”.
New Show: According to reports, The Cabins will see single competitors ditch the technology and instead be paired up in huts in the middle of the UK (Love Island winter series pictured)
Kevin Lygo, TV director at ITV, said at the time: “We have tried everything we can to create Love Island this summer, but from a logistical point of view it is just not possible to do so. produce it in a way that preserves the well-being of everyone involved and that for us. is the priority.
“Under normal circumstances we would be preparing to travel to Mallorca very soon to prepare the villa, but that is clearly out of the question.
“We are very sorry to fans of the series, but doing it safely is our main concern and Love Island will be back stronger than ever in 2021. In the meantime, Love Island fans can still enjoy the six series of Love Island on BritBox.
Interesting! Singles would then have the choice of staying another night with their selected partners or being paired with another sweetheart (host Laura Whitmore pictured)
Decisions: This comes after ITV bosses ended the summer and winter series due to the Covid-19 crisis, with host Laura Whitmore supporting the decision
Host Laura Whitmore weighed in on the cancellation, saying it was the right move.
She tweeted: “As with a lot of things due to travel restrictions, social distancing, and the inability to plan ahead, Love Island is postponed until 2021.
“The good news is that there have been more apps than any other series! Next year is going to be BIG. Stay safe.
Come back! Fans have been assured the dating schedule, which was slated to begin filming in June, will return “stronger than ever in 2021” (contestants Shaughna Phillips and Demi Jones, pictured)