The Year of Making Love - Netflix

An experiment creating 500 new couples using the power of science, and following their progress over the course of a year.

The Year of Making Love - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-02-04

The Year of Making Love - Love Island (series 3) - Netflix

The third series of Love Island began on 5 June 2017 hosted by Caroline Flack on ITV2. The series concluded on 24 July 2017, making it the longest series to date. It is the third from the current revived series, but fifth overall. The series was narrated by Iain Stirling. As well as the series airing every night of the week with the Saturday episode being used as a weekly catch-up entitled “Love Island: The Weekly Hot List”, a new spin-off was confirmed, “Love Island: Aftersun” hosted by Caroline Flack with a studio audience and celebrity guests on Sunday nights after the main show. During the final Aftersun episode of the series, which was presented live from outside the villa, it was announced that there would be a one-off reunion special airing on 30 July 2017 which included all of the Islanders from the series. On 28 June 2017, it was confirmed that a second villa would be introduced to the show for the first time ever in a twist designed to put the couples to the ultimate test. Eleven new Islanders were introduced during this twist. Mike Thalassitis and Sam Gowland became the first Islanders to return to the villa having been dumped from the island, after being voted back in by the public. On 24 July 2017, the series was won by Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay, with Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt as runners-up. The average viewers for this series was 2.52 million, up 1.05 million on the previous series. Shortly after the final, islanders Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay released their debut single “Little Bit Leave It”. In 2018, Kem went onto participate in the tenth series of Dancing on Ice, whilst Jonny Mitchell took part in the twenty-first series of Celebrity Big Brother. It was also announced that Mike would be joining the cast of Celebs Go Dating, and that Chyna Ellis had signed up for Ibiza Weekender. Sam Gowland also joined Geordie Shore from the sixteenth series.

The Year of Making Love - Islanders - Netflix

The Islanders for the third series were revealed on 29 May 2017, just a week before the launch. However, throughout the series, more Islanders entered the villa to find love. Some Islanders were dumped from the island for either failing to couple up, some were voted off by their fellow Islanders, and others for receiving the least votes in public eliminations. The series was won by Amber and Kem on 24 July 2017. ^Note 1 : Dumped Islanders Mike and Sam both re-entered the villa after being voted back in by the public.

The Year of Making Love - References - Netflix