“Love Island” fans just got a big surprise.
On Thursday, E! News announced that “Modern Family” star Sarah Hyland will host new fourth season of the reality series, dubbed “Love Island USA”.
The first trailer for the new season of the show, which opens with a group of seemingly depressed people sitting at a bus stop before being picked up by a party bus, taking their clothes off and heading to Love Island.
“Fasten your seatbelts, it’s gonna be a wild ride,” an announcer says, before another adds, “You have arrived at this summer’s ultimate destination.”
Originally airing on CBS in previous seasons, the show Wass picked up as a streaming exclusive in the U.S. by Peacock for seasons 4 and 5.
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Hyland is replacing Arielle Vandenberg, who hosted the show in its first three seasons.
Taking place in California, the show, spun-off from the British reality sensation, centres on a group of contestants living in isolation, always under video surveillance, and in order to survive, they must couple up with a fellow Islander, with the winning couple taking home $100,000.