Parents' Guide to

Love Island Games

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Cheesy spin-off has cursing, drinking, innuendo galore.

Love Island Games TV show poster: Cast poses together on beach.

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The cheesy reality competition spin-off features single "all-star" cast members from previous Love Island cycles who are hoping to find true romance by appearing on the reality show a second (or third) time around. Like its parent series, Love Island Games features men and women wearing very little while getting to know each other and exploring the potential for romantic relationships. All of this is done with lots of flirtation and a degree of sexual freedom. However, Love Island Games features all of this while also requiring cast members, either individually or in pairs, to compete in challenges that lead to perks or are grounds for being booted off the island. It's mindless entertainment for mature audiences, and like the rest of the franchise, it isn't meant for kids.

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