“Love Island” has drawn over 781 complaints in the space of four weeks, Variety reports..
Complaints about the show, which is in its eigth season, were made to U.K. media regulator Ofcom. The show launched on June 6 and runs in a stripped format from Sunday to Friday on ITV2.
“So far we have received a total of 781 complaints about the current season of ‘Love Island,’” an Ofcom spokesperson confirmed to Variety.
According to Ofcom, viewers were concerned about bullying on the show, contestants’ wellbeing and mental health, certain contestants getting more screen time than others and the age gap between contestants on the dating show.
The cast of this season is bringing the heat. There’s been drama nonstop and when it comes to the age differences and a lot of scenarios that’s going down in the villa, it’s safe to say that production is at fault.
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