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Who is on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 2022?

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After a two-year hiatus from Australia, the series is returning home and a new group of celebrities will be leaving their lives of luxury behind to spend three weeks in the Australian jungle. 

Iconic presenting duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will return to co-host and watch the celebrities battle it out to be crowned King or Queen of the jungle.

Here is the celebrity line-up for this year:

The three amigos are back for a new road trip in Gordon, Gino and Fred: Viva España

Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo, and Fred Sirieix stand together

The trio will return for a new trip to the sunny country of Spain. 

Gordon, Gino and Fred will be travelling across Andalusia and Galicia in their trusty RV to discover the best seafood, wine and tapas the country has to offer. 

In the past, the trio have travelled across France, Italy, Scotland, Morocco, the US, Lapland and Greece.

Viewers will get to watch the bromance and bickering between the good friends as they compete to be the best in everything from driving, cooking, jamón tasting and flamenco dancing.

Gentleman Jack star Suranne Jones creates new ITV drama Maryland

Maryland tells the story of two estranged sisters who, when tragedy strikes, rediscover their love and respect for one another.

Jones will also star as one of the sisters, Becca, who, like her sister Rosaline (Eve Best), has forged ahead with her own family life and career.

The sisters have grown distant through time and circumstance but the discovery of a body of an older woman on Laxey Beach in the Isle of Man upends their lives and brings them back together.

ITV’s CEO Carolyn McCall on ITVX, Holly and Phil and the threat of Netflix's new ad tier

ITV CEO Carolyn McCall

Session chair Amol Rajan: I understand that ITV has a new product you are keen to talk about: what is ITVX that ITV Hub is not? 

Carolyn McCall: ITV Hub was a catch-up service that was launched six or seven years ago with very basic technology. It was a very clunky user ­experience and it had about 9,000 hours of content. It was never really intended to be a destination…. 

Ant and Dec announce I’m A Celebrity is heading to South Africa for special series

I'm A Celebrity

In a video recorded in South Africa, the pair reveal that the series will see favourite celebrities who previously competed during the show’s 20-year-history return to I’m A Celeb for a host of new challenges and trials. The new 'all-star' series is due to hit our screens in 2023.  

Stephen Graham to star in gripping new ITV drama The Walk-In

A man with a filter of England's St George's Cross overlaying his face

Written by Jeff Pope (A Confession), the timely state-of-the-world five-part series poses the questions: what makes people fear and hate those who are different from themselves, and can someone’s view of the world be fundamentally changed?

Stephen Graham (Boiling Point) stars as activist Matthew Collins, a reformed Neo-Nazi now working as a journalist for the anti-racist organisation, Hope not Hate. Forced to flee the UK and go into hiding when he became a mole within the BNP during the 1990s, Collins returns to Britain to make a new life for himself.

The Masked Singer joins forces with I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

The Masked Singer judges

The celebrities won’t be facing terrifying bushtucker trials, but they will be dressed in the most bizarre and extravagant outfits - from a witchetty grub to a kangaroo.

The panel and viewers at home will need to try and guess who the famous faces are behind the costumes before they can scream: "I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!" 

The panel will be comprised of Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan, plus special guest star panellists who will help crack the mystery of who is behind the mask.

ITV commissions Life and Limb: The Missing Millionairess and Vanishing Act

The ITV documentary Life and Limb: The Missing Millionairess from Freemantle’s Naked will explore the mystery of the disappearance of Melissa Caddick. 

Caddick was an Australian millionairess who left her home for a morning run in November 2020 but never made it home. 

Three months later a group of surfers on a beach 250 miles south of Sydney made the shocking and gruesome discovery of a washed-up trainer containing human remains.

Inside Bristol’s indie powerhouse Plimsoll Productions

Hostile Planet (Credit: National Geographic)

By his own admission, Plimsoll Productions founder Grant Mansfield is an obsessive jogger. When we speak over Zoom at 9:00am, he has just returned from a run – one of four that he tries to fit in each week. “It has certainly helped keep me sane during the past eight months of this process,” he explains, referring to the recent sale of Plimsoll to ITV.