I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here's 2020's opening week viewing figures have seen a rise of around 1million per night in its first four episodes.
Since Sunday night's launch up to Wednesday's episode, each night has seen a rise of an average of one million viewers compared to 2019's first four days.
The show has made a historic move from the Australian jungle to a Welsh castle, and in doing so it seems popularity has soared.
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Last year's opening episode garnered 9.95million, while Sunday night's Welsh debut opened to an impressive 10.91million across its 9pm to 10.30pm slot.
The launch episode saw the show’s biggest audience since the 2018 final and made the show the most-watched non-news programme of 2020, getting its biggest ever young audience in the 16 to 34 bracket.
More than half the available audience watched the launch, meaning the numbers were an increase of a million viewers compared with last year.
In its 18 year history, the episode was the fifth biggest launch ever, and the subsequent episodes have seen a steady rise ever since.
Oh dear... Since Sunday night's launch up to Wednesday's episode, each night has seen a rise of an average of one million viewers compared to 2019's first four days (last year's winner Jacqueline Jossa)
It's here! I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! kicked off its first ever UK-based series on Sunday , with the ten celebrities reaching their new home at Gwrych Castle for the first time
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Monday saw 10.04million tune in, compared to last year's second episode which garnered 9.04million, while episode three this year gained 9.40million while last year's third episode had 9.04million.
The fourth episode, which aired on Thursday, saw 8.84million viewers while episode four in 2019 garnered 8.05million