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The huge TV show explores a series of vigorous competitions by a group of islanders for a chance of love and friendship within a short period. In that competition, a large group of contenders faces more challenges as they must get a partner, who fail to do so risk leaving the island. The remaining couples continue to receive the cash prize.
Love Island USA has cannily retained its British counterpart's rough-around-the-edges feel along with its sense of humour in a way that could help distinguish it from the slick, stomach-churning sentimentality of The Bachelor.
Frothy, goofy, blunt and cynical, Love Island is the summertime reality bimbo of series America deserves -- hot, temporary, and yet cognizant that it embodies every assumption about the genre's dumbness.
The producer's hand feels deft(ish) rather than heavy, as on competing shows like The Bachelorette. But it's still unclear whether the first episode of Love Island USA will attract viewers who don't already care about the original British version.