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Sarah Hyland will be the Host of ‘Love Island USA’ Season 4

With a new but extremely beautiful host, the fourth season of Love Island USA is all set to take off. Many wondered if Arielle Vandenberg would return to the show with a new studio location, a new narrator, and a new home.

Would you like me to tell you if you guessed correctly? No, it’s not Arielle Vandenberg, but Sarah Hyland! The first episodes of the hit dating format’s fourth season will air on Netflix beginning on July 19, the company announced Tuesday.

Arielle Vandenberg Will Be Replaced In Season 4 By Sarah Hyland

Peacock has signed Sarah Hyland to host its upcoming Love Island USA series. Hyland, who stars on ABC’s Modern Family, helmed the series for Peacock in the past. Hyland replaces Arielle Vandenberg, who hosted the first three seasons for CBS.

The show had previously been ordered by Peacock for two seasons and 80 episodes, based on ITV2’s breakout format. British comedian Iain Stirling will accompany her narration. Iain Stirling brings a unique charm to the show.

Hyland, who hosted Play-Doh Squished for Amazon’s Freevee, will now take on a non-scripted hosting gig. Her other upcoming projects include Peacock’s Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin.

Following Peacock Move, Arielle Vandenberg Hints That She Will Not Return As Host

Love Island (USA) has been hosted by Arielle Vandenberg and narrated by Matt Hoffman since the premiere in 2019.

Vandenberg Has Hinted She Might Not Return

The streaming service Peacock acquired Love Island (USA) following its third season on CBS. Two more seasons of the dating reality series have been announced based on the UK show. They will each have 40 episodes.

 

There is something irregular about reality shows moving networks, especially if they haven’t gotten cancelled yet. However, CBS wanted to change the format as several weekly episodes were required over the summer.

Peacock picked up the dating series after ITV America reduced the number of episodes. As a result of the change, singles will now have to complete “naughtier” and “steamier” challenges. Additionally, viewers can expect to see multiple weekly episodes that will air in “real-time.”

Hyland Says She is Very Excide About Love Island

She is pretty excited about joining the show. She explains by saying, “Love Island is such an iconic show, and I love the dating reality space,”

“I’m so thrilled and honoured to be a part of this…They always have the hottest people on their show.” said the star in an exclusive interview.

 

It’s not just that she’s here as a spectator for hookups and drama. “I really love that the girls, for the most part, stick together and really bond and stand up for one another,” she added. “As a woman, I love it when I get to see that on television. But I definitely know that we’re going to have a lot of unexpected surprises and unpredictable twists that we’ve never seen. We’re pushing the boundaries this time around.”

Best Wishes to Sarah Hyland, the new host. Who do you prefer to be the Love Island host? Are you a Sarah or Arielle fan? Let us know in the comments.

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