Love Island is due to take over ITV2 once again later on this year.
But while the dedicated viewers will be tuning in to the show every night, a new spin-off show is set to take the helm every following day.
It has been announced that Love Island is launching an official podcast titled “The Morning After”.
The podcast will air every morning following an episode, and will discuss the events of the previous night’s episode.
It has also been announced the podcast will be hosted by none-other than series three winner Kem Cetinay.
Kem and TV presenter Arielle Free will host the daily show, and will be dropping six episodes a week.
The show will feature “exclusive guests, superfans, and interviews with the latest dumped islanders.”
While islanders will surely be upset about being removed from the show, they will have a perfect opportunity to express themselves on the new show.
The first episode of The Morning After will be available to fans on the morning of Tuesday June 5 – following this year’s season debut.
The Morning After podcast will be available for download on app stores, as well as the Love Island app.
Kem recently posted on Twitter about the announcement of his new presenting gig, whilst reminiscing over his past year.
He wrote: “So excited to co-host the new @itv2 @LoveIsland podcast.
“This exact day last year I was on the plane to Mallorca! Can’t wait to see all the new cast members and the fun and drama their going to be up to.
“I’ll try be on my best behaviour… promise no swear words.”
It has not yet been confirmed whether Kem will make an appearance presenting on the mainline show.
The Love Island winner admitted she doesn’t think ITV bosses will bring back old stars.
She said: “They won’t do that. And I’ll tell you why, because this series is a totally new series and they don’t want people to remember the last series.”
Cara also confessed she didn’t think new contestants would take any advice she offers.
She said: ”This year they are in there for totally different reasons than why I went in there for and I think that they probably know what they want to do.”
Love Island returns Monday June 4 at 9pm on ITV 2.