'Love Island' has become the show of the summer once more with many, (many) viewers completely engrossed in the love lives of a load of really, really ridiculously good-looking people in Majorca. We don't know how we got here either, but here we all are.

It's already been a summer of love and loss, highs and lows, and tanning and dating but soon the public will decide which couple will walk away from the villa with a £50.000 cash prize as they are crowned 'Love Island' winners 2019.

So just how long will all these shenanigans in the sun go on for? Well, the series is set to last for eight weeks in total.

'Love Island' kicked off on Monday, June 3rd so given our calculations, the finale should air on Monday, 29th of July, as in the previous three years the final show has aired on a Monday.

ITV2 and Virgin Media Two have yet to officially confirm when the finale will air but if we were you we would mark that date in the diaries.

Question is, what will we all do when it's over?

For everything 'Love Island' related this summer, head to our 'Love Island' hub for all the latest news from the villa.

*Update: Caroline Flack confirmed the finale date on 'Love Island: Aftersun' as Monday 29th July. 

Speaking about the finale Caroline said on July 7th's show that it would take place "three weeks tomorrow".