REALITY show FBoy Island has been picked up by a new broadcaster – after being axed.
The American dating show, which has aired its first two seasons on BBC iPlayer, is now due to air on CW in the US.
FBoy Island, hosted by Nikki Glaser, hit our screens in 2021 on HBO.
The programme was later renewed for a second season and aired in July last year, however HBO later cancelled the series.
Now, according to Deadline, viewers will watch the third instalment on The CW, and will be treated to a spin-off show called FGirl Island.
The show is good news for UK fans, who are able to watch it on iPlayer, but it has not been confirmed when the new series will be out.
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The dating show, created by Elan Gale, follows three woman get to know 24 men in a villa in the Cayman Islands.
In a bid to find love, they have to be careful with who they fall for.
Some of those guys call themselves "f-boys", meaning that they were only there for a bit of fun.
They are there to manipulate the girls and go home with the to win a cash prize of £82k if they make it to the end.
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Meanwhile others were are said to be the "nice guys", ones that want to settle down and be in a relationship.
The girls who took part in series one where content creator and model CJ Franco, 30, a 30-year-old, media manager Sarah Emig, 25, and and hair and make-up stylist Nakia Renee, 28.
Season two saw dental student Mia Emani Jones, 26, model Louise Barnard, 25, and account executive Tamaris Sepulveda, 29, look for love.
- Watch FBoy Island on BBC iPlayer
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