Love Island fans are still unpacking the drama from summer 2022's series, but a new show is on the horizon already as the second ever winter season begins for 2023.
The ITV2 dating show has crowned eight winning couples since its revival in 2015, with some remembered as household TV names while others quickly faded into obscurity.
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Before its runaway success, Love Island started out as a celebrity series for two runs in 2005 and 2006, won first by Jayne Middlemiss and Fran Cosgrove, and then Bianca Gascoigne with Calum Best - but who has won since it opened up to regular singles looking for love?
All the winners and finalists of Love Island
Season 1 - 2015
Winners: Jess Hayes and Max Morley
Runners up: Hannah Elizabeth and Jon Clark
What happened next: Even die-hard Love Island fans will have to search the outer reaches of their memories to unearth details of what happened way back in series one, when contestants really were looking for love rather than a reality TV career.
Sadly, things didn't work out for Jess and Max, who split just six weeks after winning. He went on to date Charlotte Crosby for a while, but they broke up when she was caught kissing ex Gaz Beadle.
Season 2 - 2016
Winners: Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey
Runners up: Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland
What happened next: Season two is probably the biggest success story in Love Island history.
Although winners Cara and Nathan had a brief wobble during their first pregnancy, they got back together shortly before she gave birth and are now married with two children.
They aren't the only ones - runners up Olivia and Alex are also married, and welcomed their first child last summer.
Season 3 - 2017
Winners: Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay
Runners up: Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
What happened next: This was the year that Love Island got really big in the world of reality TV and although its relationships didn't work out, it led to stardom for many of the cast.
It wasn't long before Amber and Kem split, but she has gone on to star in various big name musicals while he has landed a huge amount of TV work, including presenting for This Morning and taking part in Dancing On Ice.
The enduring romance from season three was between Kem and best pal Chris Hughes.
Season 4 - 2018
Winners: Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham
Runners up: Laura Anderson and Paul Knops
What happened next: Danny Dyer's namesake daughter was the popular winner in 2018, but less than a year later they had split.
Dani rekindled things with her pre-Love Island ex Sammy Kimmence and they welcomed a son in 2021, but split when Kimmence was jailed for scamming two elderly men out of thousands. Dani recently confirmed she is dating Premier League footballer Jarrod Bowen.
Season 5 - 2019
Winners: Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea
Runners up: Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury
What happened next: Amber and Greg had one of the shortest winning romances, splitting via text just five weeks later.
Meanwhile, runners up Molly-Mae and Tommy are still going strong and are expecting their first child in 2023.
Season 6 - 2020 (winter)
Winners: Finn Tapp and Paige Turley
Runners up: Luke Trotman and Siannise Fudge
What happened next: The first ever winter series ended up being the only Love Island that year as the Covid pandemic hit shortly afterwards.
Paige and Finn may have been lower key winners than some on this list, but their love story is still unfolding as they're one of the few couples still together.
Season 7 - 2021
Winners: Millie Court and Liam Reardon
Runners up: Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran
What happened next: Millie and Liam had a rocky time in the villa, especially when Liam's head was turned in Casa Amor.
They did try to make a go of things, but split just under a year later in July 2022 - in time to hand the baton on to their successors.
Season 8 - 2022
Winners: Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti
Runners up: Gemma Owen and Luca Bish
What happened next: Summer 2022's champions Ekin-Su and Davide are said to be the series' most popular winners yet.
Both entered as bombshells, but won the hearts of viewers as well as each other and are still together, having filmed a travel series about visiting their hometowns in Turkey and Italy.
Ekin-Su is about to begin a stint in Dancing On Ice like many a former Islander before her.
Meanwhile, runners up Gemma and Luca recently announced their split.
Love Island returns on 16 January at 9pm on ITV2.