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What time is I’m A Celebrity on tonight and is it on every night?

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It begins tonight… (Picture: ITV)

Before they can start begging ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here’, they first actually have to go in – and tonight viewers will see them do just that.

The 20th season of the hit ITV reality show will officially launch tonight, after the line-up was announced last Sunday (November 8) in a two-hour special.

The likes of Vernon Kay, Sir Mo Farah and Coronation Street’s Beverly Callard will take part in the show’s first series to be filmed in the UK, following the move from the Australian jungle to a Welsh castle as coronavirus put a halt on international travel.

What time does the new series start tonight?

What time does I’m a Celebrity start tonight?

The Welsh wilderness adventure begins on ITV tonight, Sunday November 15 at 9pm.

It will start with a 90-minute launch show.

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Sneak peeks at the first challenge have already been released, with the cast spotted abseiling.

Is I’m a Celebrity on every night?

After tonight’s launch episode, the series will be on every night – Monday to Sunday – for almost three weeks.

Taking a cue from Love Island, the show will be on 7 nights a week but ITV have confirmed Saturday’s episodes won’t feature new content from the castle and instead will consist of weekly round ups of ‘the best camp action and unseen footage.’

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Viewers will get to watch the celebrity contestants face 20 days of bonding and Bushtucker trials with the grand finale airing on Friday 4 December at 9pm.


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