The final episode of Weekender Boat Party finished on Tuesday, November 13th.
ITV2’s new series is a direct spin-off of their flagship Ibiza Weekender, which has been airing for more than five years.
But will Weekender: Boat Party return for a season 2? And when will it be on TV?
Will There be a Weekender: Boat Party Season 2?
Although not officially confirmed, the final episode of Weekender: Boat Party loosely announced that another series will be coming to ITV2.
At the end of episode 6, head rep David ‘El Jefe’ gathered around everyone to break the news.
David explained that he and Jordan Davies were heading off to film Ibiza Weekender 2019, which will air in January.
That left Imogen Townley as the new captain of Weekender: Boat Party, with newbies Jackson Kneeshaw and Charlotte Hughes her shipmates.
A return of Deano Baily for the next Boat Party series was also teased.
When is Weekender: Boat Party Next on TV?
First up, you’ve got Ibiza Weekender 2019 in January.
Then you will have the brand new series of Love Island, also on ITV2.
And, if you’re still not exhausted from all of that golden reality TV content, then Boat Party should be ready to set its anchor for season 2.
The first series launched on October 9th, with the second series likely to follow in the same footsteps.
Can I Apply to be On Weekender: Boat Party?
You can apply to be a rep on the new series of Weekender: Boat Party by sending an email to [email protected].
Or, if you’d rather be a guest on the show, send an email to [email protected]
Keep it short and sweet, outlining why you would make great entertainment for ITV!
WATCH WEEKENDER: BOAT PARTY SEASON TWO IN 2019.