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FOX’ Fantasy Island is an American fantasy drama television series, and the reboot of the ABC original series created by Elizabeth Craft & Sarah Fain made its debut on August 10, 2021. It serves as the sequel to ABC’s show, released in 1977.

Fantasy Island takes place at a luxury resort where any fantasy requested by guests is fulfilled — although they rarely turn out as expected. The show’s leading cast includes Roselyn Sánchez as Elena Roarke, a grand niece of Mr. Roarke from the original series, and Kiara Barnes as Ruby Akuda. Recurring cast members include John Gabriel Rodriquez and Alexa Mansour.

Season 1’s guest appearances include stars like Bellamy Young, Odette Annable, Dave Annable, Daphne Zuniga, Josie Bissett, Laura Leighton, and Leslie Jordan. The first season concluded with ten episodes on December 23, 2021.

The show stands with an average rating of 6.6/10 on Rotten Tomatoes, and its critics’ census reads, “Fantasy Island’s flights of fancy aren’t quite formed enough to make it a must-watch, but viewers looking for beautiful vistas and a bit of mystery could do worse.”

Unfortunately, due to unavoidable circumstances, the show’s second season was scheduled to hit the screens on May 31, 2022. The channel’s president of entertainment, Michael Thorn, shared, “Fantasy Island is a standout for us. The initial episodes and the incredible guest stars we’ve lined up for this season, arereally fun and escapist, and can’t wait to have that back on our air.”

The show is now expected to return somewhere in fall 2022.

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