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The definitive list of TV shows to watch after Love Island

Although Love Island isn’t technically on an island, we’re going to be feeling somewhat adrift when the show draws to a close. Occupying our minds for an hour each and every evening (excluding Saturdays, obviously), our lives our going to feel admittedly empty when the ITV2 show leaves our lives.

And, following the news that ratings for the show have reached an all-time high of 2.4 million, we know that we definitely won’t be alone in feeling the pang. So, in order to ease that TV-shaped hole, here are the prime TV picks to soothe those post-Love Island blues.

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