Here's What You Need To Know Before Watching FBoy Island

HBO Max is introducing reality TV fans to their latest obsession with "FBoy Island." The series will feature three women looking to separate the men from the boys in the reality dating competition. The women will stay in a villa with 24 guys as they try to figure out which ones are there for love and which ones are only looking for fame and money, per Cosmopolitan. The show is reminiscent of the popular show "Love Island," and will leave fans guessing as they'll also be trying to weed out the good guys from the players.

The trailer for the series promises plenty of drama, including tears, physical fights, and some half-naked guys looking to impress the women. The show is hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser, who will likely be delivering some hilarious commentary and insight into the goings-on of the contestants. The series can also be lightly compared to other shows such as "The Bachelorette," "Bachelor in Paradise," and even Netflix's "Too Hot To Handle." Of course, since it's streaming on HBO Max the show may be a bit racier than other reality dating fan-favorites.

Will FBoy Island be HBO Max's newest hit?

According to Screen Rant, "FBoy Island" will be going head to head with other summer reality dating competitions, including "Bachelor in Paradise" and "Too Hot To Handle." However, the light-hearted viewing is perfect for the summer season as fans can catch all the episodes streaming on HBO Max whenever it suits their schedule. The streamer will also make it easy for viewers to binge-watch the series as well.

Previously, the streaming site released a synopsis for the highly anticipated new dating series. "Three women move to a tropical island where they're joined by 24 men — 12 self-proclaimed 'Nice Guys' looking for love, and 12 self-proclaimed 'FBoys,' there to compete for cold, hard cash," the description read. It seems that more streaming sites are looking to enter the reality TV game, but only time will tell if HBO Max will have a new hit on their hands with "FBoy Island." The series is scheduled to begin streaming on the service on Thursday, July 29, per Variety.