Love Island star Megan Barton-Hanson has urged the show’s producers to create an all-queer season in a new interview. Since 2015, reality TV enthusiasts across the world have dedicated their summer and winter evenings to ITV’s addictive love competition series.
Taking place in luxurious locations like Mallorca and Cape Town, viewers are introduced to an array of young singletons who are in search of love amidst a luxurious villa backdrop.
While the show has become a UK pop culture phenomenon, many LGBTQ+ fans have called on ITV to create an all-queer season. Even former Love Island stars like Barton-Hanson have urged the network to introduce a more LGBTQ+ inclusive cast.