FURIOUS Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti fans were up in arms as the pair’s spin-off series aired its second and final episode.
But the couple’s legions of devotees were annoyed that the show was only a two-parter, believing the pair deserved a full-length series with more episodes.
The fact that the two episodes aired over consecutive nights made many feel like it was over before it had ever begun.
One took to twitter and vented: “Me tonight thinking about the fact we only got two episodes when there’s so much we could have seen.”
A second tweeted ITV2 demanding answers.
“@itv2 why only two 1 hour episodes? I would like more. Please and thank you” they fumed.
A third chipped in: Yeah Davide and Ekin deserve their own travel series and more than two episodes. This first episode was actually so funny, wholesome and you can tell they really just love each other.”
And a fourth summed up: “How is this only two episodes?”
The second instalment saw the Love Island winners venture to Turkey where Ekin-Su grew up.
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The antics included Davide meeting his girlfriend’s adorable grandma, drinking a special ‘love tea’ from a Turkish market and spending the night camping.
There was also more arguments in store for the couple, as they bickered in between making-up and sharing lots of kisses.
Some fans complained during last night’s opener that one particular argument was ‘faked’ to create tension on camera.
In Italy, Ekin-Su began to sulk after she noticed a video on Davide’s phone of him and his friends partying with some girls back at his flat in Manchester.
Davide told her she should not have been looking at his phone gallery, but insisted it was just his mates chatting to the women.
“Obviously I don’t want this to ruin our trip but I have still got my eye on you,” Ekin told Davide. “Stuff like that is a red flag for me.”
“You can have your eye on me, I have nothing to hide,” Davide insisted.
Ekin then said in a to-camera interview: “I mean you are in a relationship, you shouldn’t have girls back in your flat. It is just not on really, we are here for a good time, a holiday, in Verona, the city of love and I’m seeing that on his phone.
“I just think that is a bit weird and I got annoyed.”
The next morning however, Ekin told her man he was “lucky” that she “forgave” him and many viewers believed this proved the argument was nothing more than invented tension by the producers.
“ITV definitely told them that they have to have arguments for the drama so they had to make something up lmao,” wrote one viewer on twitter.
“I live for the fake drama,” added a second.
“Ekin Su and Davide – 14 minutes in and it’s a fake pile of s***,” fumed a third.
A fourth felt like the show played more like a comedy, writing: “Is it just me that feels like this ekin su and Davide show seems like sketches.”