During the first episode, Soph will introduce our group of very sexy singletons to each other and they're immediately required to "couple up" with the person they fancy the most – and from that point, pretty much anything goes.
"My job is to just float in and out every few days," Sophie explains of her presenting role.
As well as couples receiving date cards and heading out of the villa for some alone time, the cast also competes in challenges.
Among the flirting and fighting, the show has a surprisingly high success rate of people actually finding love! From the three seasons of the UK version that have aired, there's been one Love Island baby from Season Two winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde, one live proposal during the Season One finale from Jon Clark to Hannah Elizabeth, and a couple more engagements after returning to reality for Season Two's Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen, and Season Three's Dominic Lever and Jess Shears.
Network bosses are going to extreme lengths to ensure no contestant is identified before cameras start rolling in Spain.
There will be new islanders entering the villa every few eps to stir things up – and you could be one! Yep, Channel Nine will still be accepting applicants once the show starts airing and flying over those who are successful. If you're looking for tips on how to make it: boob jobs and bulging biceps certainly tick the boxes!
"They won't be censoring anything," Sophie tells NW, discussing the raunchy sex scenes she predicts will take place, just as they have in the UK. "We've always tended to be a bit safer here in Australia, but not now – you can see everything. I'm so proud of Channel Nine. Good on them for going full sexy." Literally nothing will be off limits by the sounds of it...