Last night on Love Island USA, we saw the CBS reality show do its best attempt at capturing the ratings from Big Brother that it could.
We’ll be honest — when we first heard that Winston Hines was going to be on Love Island, we thought it was a joke.
The ratings have now come in for Love Island USA episode 4 and, after viewing them, we can’t help but think about the future.
Tonight on Love Island USA episode 3, we had a chance to meet Dylan and Cormac — two new guys who could mix things up!
For those of you out there looking for the tiniest bit of hope for Love Island USA and its ratings, consider this some good news.
We’ve now made it to Love Island USA episode 2 and, stylistically, this show was a vast improvement over the premiere.
How were the Love Island premiere ratings, and did they justify CBS’ aggressive marketing campaign for the show?
Will the American version of Love Island be a major hit on CBS? We talk a major risk for what is often a risk-averse network.
CBS is jumping on board Love Island, ordering a series based on the enormously popular UK reality show. When could it air?