FBoy Island Season 3 Will Include A Former Bachelorette

“These FBoys won’t know what f-ing hit them.”

by Kadin Burnett and Grace Wehniainen
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Host Nikki Glaser on 'FBoy Island'
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FBoy Island turned up the drama and stakes in its sophomore season, thanks to a surprise twist in the finale. In Season 1, the leading ladies only had two choices; they could pick a nice guy and split $100,000, or choose a jerk and potentially lose out on that entire prize and a shot at romance. But host Nikki Glaser introduced a new option in Season 2: the women could simply choose themselves and take all the money for themselves. That’s exactly what Tamaris Sepulveda did, sparking an ending that outdid the first season’s finale. With Season 2 one-upping Season 1, the only question is: Where can FBoy Island go in Season 3?

Though the show was canceled by HBO Max (now Max) in December, it will be getting a new home on The CW. There’s also a spinoff, FGirl Island, in the works as well. But in the meantime, here’s everything to know about the flagship series — including the very familiar face who will be joining Season 3’s lineup.

The FBoy Island Season 3 Potential Premiere Date

Fans predicted Season 3 would air in summer 2023 based on the show’s past schedule — but following its move to the CW, FBoy Island will now air in the fall instead.

The FBoy Island Season 3 Cast

Much to fans’ delight, Glaser will be back as host and executive producer. “I’m so damn excited that my favorite reality TV show is coming back,” she said in a statement, via Deadline. “It’s icing on the cake that I get to host it again. I hope I forget everything that happens while I make the show so that I can relive it all when it airs. I couldn’t be prouder to have my name on such a hilarious, captivating and ridiculous show.”

Also joining FBoy Island Season 3 is none other than Bachelorette alum Katie Thurston. The news was announced with a video of Katie preparing to film — but in the funny clip, she doesn’t seem to know what she signed up for. “These FBoys won’t know what f-ing hit them,” she wrote in the caption.

Of course, Katie is no stranger to reality romance — from competing on Matt James’ Bachelor season to helming her own season in 2021. While Katie’s engagement to Blake Moynes didn’t work out, it seems she’s willing to give TV dating another try with FBoy Island.

This post will be updated as more FBoy Island Season 3 details become available.

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