The Cabins - a new dating show from the makers of Love Island - will arrive on ITV2 soon - Here's what we know about how it works, its trailer and release date. Love Island was cancelled for the first time last year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with show bosses pulling both the June series and next year's winter version. ITV have confirmed, though, that a similar new show called 'The Cabins' will air in January - and see singletons spend the night together in a cabin in the middle of nowhere in the UK. Announcing the show, Paul Mortimer, ITV's Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions, previously said: "This is a fantastic new format which challenges young people to delete the apps and attempt to date face to face, with no distractions.
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I'm not ashamed to admit that when the news broke we would not be seeing another series of Love Island until summer at the earliest, I was pretty devo'd. Love Island shapes my summer and now winter TV schedule, and it's the light, compelling bit of fun I need in my life. But fear not; ITV has cooked up an alternative dating show that sounds every bit as thrilling as our beloved Love Island. Upon their arrival, the couples first official date will officially commence, and participants will spend 24 hours of quality time getting to know one another. At the end of their whistlestop romantic getaway, the couples must then decide whether or not to spend more time together or call it a day — "lovestruck or lovelorn," say the show notes.
Yes, after Love Island was postponed until following the coronavirus pandemic, it appears the network is giving us all something else to look forward to, which currently has the working title, The Cabins. Joining forces with 12 Yard Productions, the website is urging singletons to apply and has already given a sneak peek at what they can expect from the venture. The application form states that you must be 18 or over to apply for the show, and be a permanent legal resident that is currently living in the United Kingdom.