"I've got a text!" Well, in this case, it's more like an update.

Last summer, the U.S. version of the U.K. phenom "Love Island" premiered and attracted such a big fanbase that CBS quickly renewed the series for Season 2. Unfortunately, the global pandemic has thrown a wrench into the reality show's sophomore year, effectively putting things on pause until further notice.

The 2020 season of "Love Island" was originally supposed to air on May 21, however, that day has come and gone and an updated premiere date is nowhere in sight. As the world slowly begins its attempt to get back to normal, production on some programs will soon resume. Whether that will affect "Love Island" remains to be seen, as the show was previously filmed in a tropical villa in Fiji. Nonetheless, its good news that fans should be able to get an update soon.

In the meantime, though, it's a good time to check up on the Season 1 cast on the anniversary of the show's Season 1 U.S. premiere.


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First up is the couples. Was their love strong enough to survive the real world?

For "Love Island" Season 1 winners Zac Mirabelli and Elizabeth Weber the answer is no. The same holds true for Dylan Curry and Alexandra Stewart, Krya Green and Cashel Barnett, and Weston Richey and Emily Salch. These four Islander couples left with heart eyes but their romances were unable to stand the test of time.

As for Ray Gantt and Caro Viehweg, whether or not they are still an item remains a mystery. In February, the couple still appeared to be going strong and even were speculated to be teammates on Season 33 of "The Amazing Race." Looking at their social media profiles these days, though, you'll have to scroll at least six months back to find a picture of the duo together, which wasn't the case this past spring.

When it comes to the dating show's host, Arielle Vandenberg, she's been busy filming an improv podcast with her fiancé Matt Cutshall. "Riled Up With Arielle & Matt," available on Apple Podcasts, includes the pair's "off-the-cuff conversations" about recent news and their lives. New episodes air Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Love Island US Cast
Pictured are members of the "Love Island" 2019 cast. Timothy Kuratek/CBS Entertainment