How to watch the 'Love Island' USA reunion and catch up with the couples

Who's still together and who called it quits? The 'Love Island' USA reunion will tell all!

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Can you believe it's already time for the Love Island USA reunion?

For the past several weeks, Sarah Hyland has graciously guided contestants on their journey towards romance and the winning cash prize. But alas, it's time to part ways with the villa for 2022. (We're just as disappointed as you.) 

There have been connections, tears and even the reemergence of veterans. (Looking at you, Mackenzie Dipman!) But where exactly do the couples stand now that the cameras have stopped rolling and they've left Santa Barbara? You best believe we're ready to find out. 

If we're judging the couples' outcomes based on the likes of Love Is Blind: After the Altar season 2, we're a smidge worried, to be quite frank. 

*WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD*

How to watch the 'Love Island USA' reunion

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If you're not ready to part ways with summer's beloved reality series, do be sure to tune in for season 4's final hoorah on Thursday, September 1 at 9pm ET, 6pm PT on Peacock. Subscription options are available below.

Currently, Peacock is available to stream within the United States and a handful of US territories, which include American Samoa, Guam, Northern Marian Islands, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

But like any good Love Island reunion, location is just that—you can tune in from anywhere with the help of a VPN.

VPN (opens in new tab) allows you to change your IP address so you can browse anonymously and change your IP address so that your mobile, computer or laptop thinks it's in another location. We recommend Express VPN (opens in new tab), the top-rated service by our colleagues at TechRadar.

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Where do the 'Love Island' USA couples stand now?

Come the first of the month, we'll be given an update on partners, but we've definitely kept a watchful eye over one in particular: Zeta and Timmy, our winners. Although there was a slight disturbance in their romantic bliss, all things considered, the two seemed to be on the same page. There's evidence of their courtship on social media, but are the two still an item?

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Perhaps the second-place couple in fans' minds was Chad and Phoebe. Although the two were kicked off just before the tail end of the show and distance stands in their way, will they be able to make it work off-camera?

Then you have hopeless romantic Mady, who decided to exit the series upon her match, Andy, being kicked off. Was such a hasty move in her best interest, and are the two going strong? She must have been very committed to make such a move!

Of course, we'll also get the scoop on Jesse and Deb, Jeff and Nadjha, Kat and Jared, Isaiah and Sydney, etc. Here's hoping all went well for those who put their romantic lives on the line. 

And as for reality TV fans, we've assembled the list of the best shows like Love Island to keep you busy when the villa isn't occupied.

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