It's been revealed that Love Island will be making a return to our television screens this year - and that there'll be a documentary about Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway.
Announcing its autumn schedule, UK broadcaster ITV confirmed that the seventh season of the popular ITV2 show - shown in Ireland on Virgin Media - will be back.
The summertime series - presented by Laura Whitmore - didn't get an airing last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kevin Lygo, managing director of media and entertainment at ITV, said: "There's so much to look forward to on ITV this spring and into summer, with the Euros and the return of Love Island, but much more besides.
"Brilliant drama production teams have worked in the most challenging production conditions to bring these very different but equally strong series to air."
Also announced as part of the schedule is a special one-off film called Kate Garraway: Finding Derek, which ITV said will offer viewers an "intimate insight into coping with the impact of Covid-19 as her husband Derek Draper remains seriously ill a year on from contracting the virus".