“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”.

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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.

Photo: Peacock
Photo: Peacock

“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.