'Love Island' has proven to be a major hit in the UK. The format has been sold to a number of territories including the US and Australia.

Less well known are the 'Love Island' editions in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and New Zealand.

The dating series also has versions in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Finland, France, and Sweden.

Now broadcasting networks in both Spain and Nigeria have invested in the format too.

Atresmedia have picked up the format in Spain and Digital Play has commissioned it for Nigeria.

In Spain, it will be produced by ITV Studios' partner Boomerang.

This will be the first Spanish language version of the show.

It brings the show somewhat full circle as the UK series was primarily set in a villa in Majorca.

After 'Winter Love Island' aired earlier this year, the summer series of 'Love Island' got the axe due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Australian version of the series aired on ITV 2 in the UK and Virgin Media One in Ireland instead.

A spin-off series called 'The Cabins', which will allow for social distancing, is said to be in the works.