‘Love Island’ Is a Riveting Human Rights Violation

No one remembers the cameras are there

The New York Times
Jul 10 · 4 min read
Alex Miller, Jack Fowler, Laura Crane, Alexandra Cane, Samira Mighty and Rosie Williams from ‘Love Island’ visit Heat Radio on August 2, 2018, in London. Photo: Joe Maher/Getty Images

By Sarah Jeong

“Love Island” is a reality show that can be roughly described as a cross between “The Bachelor” and the Stanford Prison Experiment.

Now in its fifth season in Britain, it is one of the highest-rated prime-time television programs in the country…

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