Love Island: All Stars winners have been revealed, but the finale isn't on Peacock in the US yet

You'll have to wait another week to watch the Love Island: All Stars finale on Peacock.

Love Island All Stars. Image courtesy Lifted Entertainment, part of ITV Studios, and GroupM Motion Entertainment via Peacock
Love Island All Stars. Image courtesy Lifted Entertainment, part of ITV Studios, and GroupM Motion Entertainment via Peacock /
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Love Island: All Stars finale just aired on ITV in the UK on Monday, Feb. 19, 2024. The shortest season of Love Island ever came to an end, but you still can't watch the season finale on Peacock in the United States.

Luckily, you don't have to wait too long to find who wins Love Island: All Stars!

Love Island: All Stars finale date and time on Peacock

Love Island: All Stars premiered on ITV in the UK on Jan. 15, but the first three episodes of the season were not added to Peacock until Jan. 29, two weeks after the series premiere. New episodes of Love Island: All Stars have been released at 5 a.m. ET daily since the premiere. You won't have to wait two weeks for the Love Island: All Stars season finale, though.

Assuming the series follows the same release pattern, the Love Island: All Stars finale will hit Peacock on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 5 a.m. ET. You know we'll be watching!

A lot of fans have been curious why Love Island: All Stars is not live in the United States. Unfortunately, that's just not how it works. Peacock is basically just licensing the streaming rights to the series which are owned by ITV in the UK. It's similar to how Hulu licensed previous seasons of Love Island UK. With the Peacock deal, fans in the US have actually been able to shave off a few episodes over of the season. The first three episodes dropped on the first day of streaming in the US. Only six episodes were airing each week, so we gained an episode on Peacock over the course of the season.

We shared the winners of Love Island: All Stars below! Don't read on if you want to keep the winners a mystery until the finale hits Peacock!

SPOILERS FOR LOVE ISLAND: ALL STARS FINALE!

Love Island: All Stars winners

Okay, okay, so I haven't seen the Love Island: All Stars finale yet, but the winners have been posted everywhere online and on social media. I couldn't avoid it if I wanted to!

According to the Daily Mail, Molly Smith and Tom Clare officially won the first season of Love Island: All Stars! They were the heavy favorites heading into the finale and have been fan favorites on social media all season long. They were awarded $50,000 for winning the season, although that seems like a pretty small number. Survivor gives winners $1 million!

Molly and Tom's first official statement came via the Love Island social accounts. The couple thanked fans for their support. Tom said he can't wait to "meet Nelly," which is Molly's dog.

Molly and Tom topped her ex-boyfriend Callum Jones and Jess Gale to win the season. Josh Ritchie and Sophie Piper finished third, followed by Georgia Steel and Toby Aromolaran, who placed fourth. Georgia Henderson and Anton Danyluk finished fifth.

Love Island season 11 is expected to return in the summer of 2024. A premiere date has not been announced, but hopefully, we'll learn more information soon. There are some reports that the season will premiere in June 2024, but that could be just based on past season premieres.

Stay tuned for more news about Love Island!

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