New Love Island The Cabins axed by ITV despite being huge hit with viewers

ITV2's hit show The Cabins has been cancelled after just two series.

The reality show, which was heralded the 'new Love Island ', saw single 20-somethings ditch their dating apps and find love in secluded cabins.

After moving into the titular cabins, stars of the show would have 24 hours to decide if they wanted more time with the person they'd been matched with for a very intense first date.

The show proved popular with fans, and performed well as a replacement for Love Island when it wasn't being broadcast in the summer.

An ITV spokesperson has since confirmed to TVZone that there are no plans for a third series in the works.

The first series of The Cabins took place during the pandemic, and was only able to go ahead after strict health and safety protocols were put in place by ITV.

Contestants had to isolate at a hotel before being taken to the cabins, while also waiting for Covid test results. Any pre-show filming also had to be carried out with as few crew as possible, wearing face masks and getting their temperature taken.

Of the two series of the show, there has only been one successful couple.

Sarah Hutchinson and Charlotte Taundry fell in love after meeting on the show, and three years on are still together.

The pair stayed together for the duration of the first series, leaving as an exclusive couple, and later even got matching tattoos after dropping the L-bomb.

In fact, last year the couple opened up about their plans to take their relationship to the next level, after moving to Manchester together.

Speaking to The Sun, Sarah said: "We're planning on purchasing somewhere next year. We moved to Manchester two months ago, during the next year we're hoping to get a deposit together so we can get a mortgage."

They also revealed that children were on the cards in the not too distant future.

Charlotte told the newspaper: "We know where we are going to go with it in a few years time. I'm obviously 30 now, so approaching the age where we need to start thinking about children.

"We've thought about stuff like that [IVF], we haven't got an exact plan in mind, but we know over the next few years it's definitely where we are going."

Charlotte also said she would be the one to propose when the time is right.

The couple have not only taken the romantic relationship to the next level, but they also run a fitness business together, which includes their own weight loss programme.


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