Celebrities are abandoned in the Australian jungle. To earn food, they do trials that challenge them physically (climbing caves/trees) and mentally (eating animal parts). Viewers vote their favourites to stay and to take part in challenges.
I'm a Celebrity returns with another set of celebrity campmates ready to take on the jungle, but will they cope with the most treacherous journey into camp yet?
The celebrities are settling into camp life with their life of luxury a distant memory, but will they win stars at the first Bushtucker Trial?
The hungry campmates struggle to adapt to their new jungle home as the fight for stars and food goes on.
The campmates are being kept on their toes, but if they want to keep the hunger at bay they'll need to work hard at the next Bushtucker Trial.
The hardship and hunger continue for the celebrity campmates, but who will be completing the next Bushtucker Trial? And can they win the food?
The jungle should feel like their second home by now, but who's not settling in, who's still scared, and who will tackle the next Bushtucker Trial?
As their first week in camp draws to a close, the celebrity campmates are starting to feel jaded and hungry. Who will be next to face the Bushtucker Trial?
It's the second week of their jungle experience, and the competition is stepping up a gear for the celebrities. And it's time for this year's Live Bushtucker Trial.
The gloves are off, but who will rise to the challenge and win stars at the Bushtucker Trial? And who's crumbling under the pressure and ready to throw in the towel?
The hunger is setting in and the cracks are beginning to show, but can the celebrities cope with everything jungle life throws at them?
The pressure keeps mounting and the shocks keep coming, but will the celebrities ever get used to the challenges of the jungle?
It's another day in camp, but with more surprises just around the corner who's got what it takes to make it to the end?
Alliances are forming and friendships are building, but who is struggling and who is thriving down in camp?
With two weeks in the jungle under their belts the celebrity campmates are still being tested. But which of them has what it takes to make it all the way to the end?
As the campmates face being booted out of the jungle and back into their life of luxury, who's ready to make that jump and who wants to stay another day?
The celebrities continue to battle the jungle, hunger and each other in their quest to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle.
They may be hungry and homesick, but the celebrities will need to keep winning food for camp if they are to survive and thrive, and make it all the way to the end. Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby present
Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby host the celebrity survival challenge, which sees a group of famous faces living in the Australian jungle, struggling to complete the tough daily tasks and dreaded Bushtucker Trials. They may be on the home stretch, but before they reach the end of their journey, the celebrities face yet more challenges and surprises in camp
The competition is hitting new heights as the celebrity campmates battle on to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle. Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby cover the latest action.
Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby present further coverage of the Bushtucker Trials. The finishing line is in sight as the pressure continues to build in camp. Who has the strength to keep marching on to the end?
Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby present the celebrity survival challenge, as the famous faces' ordeal in the Australian jungle draws close to its conclusion. The pair offer viewers one last chance to catch up with the surviving contestants, all of whom will have their hearts set on being named King or Queen of the Jungle
Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly host the final of the celebrity survival challenge. The contestants to have made it this far have endured four weeks of Bushtucker Trials, camp life, and each other, but now the time has finally come to reveal which of them has become the favourite of the viewing public, and will be crowned as this year's King or Queen of the Jungle. The newly crowned winner will be making an appearance on ITV2 companion show Extra Camp later tonight to look back on their time on the show. Last in the series.
After enduring up to three weeks facing the horrors of the Australian jungle under the spotlight of the world's media, the celebrities get ready to embark on life back in the real world. The programme follows each of the campers, including the series' winner, from the moment they step off the bridge to their emotional reunions with friends and family, and captures their reactions as they spend a well-deserved night in luxury. Presented by Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby.