The hit British reality show is unusual in that it's on six nights a week, broadcasting the "most pleasantly mind-numbing content you will ever encounter," says says Megan Reynolds. "There are challenges to break up the monotony of existing on a villa in Mallorca but not really being able to leave; one episode I watched recently featured the girls of Love Island smushing watermelons with their butts while the boys watched. Is this great television? No! But it’s got heart in a way that an American remake will certainly lack and I, for one, am fearful for what is to come." ALSO: What Love Island teaches about British people.