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ITV Axes Extra Camp









I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! spin-off show Extra Camp has been cancelled by ITV. 

The companion programme has aired on ITV2 alongside the main reality show since 2002, but the broadcaster has pulled it so they can focus on their primetime schedule going forward. 

Host Joel Dommett shared the “sad news” in a post on Instagram. 

He wrote: “The time has unfortunately come to put Extra Camp to bed in its uncomfortable hammock. The show will no longer continue. 

“It’s been a huge privilege to be a part a show with such a rich history filled with amazing hosts.” 

He joked that the show’s producers assured him that he and his co-hosts Emily Atack and Adam Thomas are “not to blame”, and that “they said the show was better than ever and also that Joel is the sexiest presenter we have ever had (I wasn’t listening but it was something like that)”. 

Comedian Dommett, who has presented the last three series, said that the cancellation “is simply because it’s expensive given how late it’s on and the funds will be used in more prime time slots” and joked that Thomas would host it “for free but the decision is made”. 

He said: “Thank you to all the crew who have made this the most wonderful three years, you have shaped me as a person and presenter. I’ve learnt so much. Thank you to everyone for watching #extracamp.” 

An ITV spokesman said: “ITV2 has loved having Extra Camp on the channel and would like to thank all the production team for their hard work over the years, the fantastic on screen presenters and the brilliant hard working crew behind the scenes. 

“It’ll be sad to bring the curtain down on the show but the focus for ITV2 is the primetime schedule.” 

9 January 2020


National Television Awards 2020 Nominations 









The National Television Awards will be presented on 28 January hosted by David Walliams from the O2 Arena, 28 January. 

The ceremony will air live on ITV. 

New Drama 


A Confession 

Cleaning Up 

Gentleman Jack 

The Capture 


After Life 


Derry Girls 

Sex Education 

Mrs Brown's Boys 

TV Presenter 

Ant and Dec 

Graham Norton 

Bradley Walsh 

Holly Willoughby 

Phillip Schofield 


Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out 



Paul O' Grady: For The Love of Dogs 

Gordon, Gino and Fred Road Trip 


Line Of Duty 

Peaky Blinders 

Call The Midwife 

Killing Eve 


Drama Performance 

Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders) 

Idris Elba (Luther) 

Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) 

Suranne Jones (Gentleman Jack) 

Michael Stevenson (Casualty) 

TV Judge 

David Walliams (Britain's Got Talent) 

Simon Cowell (BGT/ X Factor) 

Sir Tom Jones (The Voice UK) (The Voice UK/The Voice Kids) 

RuPaul (RuPaul's Drag Race UK) 

Serial Drama Performance 

Katie McGlynn (Sinead Tinker in Coronation Street) 

Danny Dyer (Mick Carter in EastEnders) 

Danny Miller (Aaron Dingle in Emmerdale) 

Gregory Finnegan (James Nightingale in Hollyoaks) 

Talent Show 

Strictly Come Dancing 

Britain's Got Talent 

Dancing On Ice 

The Voice UK  

9 January 2020

Inside the Crown: Secrets of the Royals










A new ITV series, Inside The Crown: Secrets Of The Royals, uses rarely-seen footage and revealing historical documents,  to tell the inside story of Queen’s reign from the Coronation to the present.

Historians, eyewitnesses, and royal insiders offer new insights on the pivotal moments in the Queen’s life, with intriguing revelations about the real woman behind the Crown.

Themed across four episodes the series provides fresh insight from historians, biographers, royal insiders and the wider family along with eyewitnesses who all contribute to a new intimate portrait of the Queen and her family at key moments. 

Each programme addresses a theme that has dominated the lives of Elizabeth and her family from ‘Love & Duty’ and ‘Front Page News’ to ‘Trials and Tribulations’ and ‘The Top Job’. Each episode is packed with rarely seen archive and recently unearthed documents which shed new light on often told stories. The four episodes create a series full of stories that reveal more about who the Queen and her family really are and how they have navigated the often turbulent times of her record-breaking reign.

The series starts on Thursday 23 January

9 January 2020 

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