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I’m A Celebrity peaks with 12.1m

December 11, 2018

The I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! UK final attracted a huge peak audience of 12.1 million/56 per cent share tuning in to see former football manager Harry Redknapp crowned King of the Jungle – the highest peak audience of the series.

The final show of the series averaged 10.9 million/48.2 per cent share – an increase of 1.7 million viewers on the audience to last year’s final, and the highest rating final since 2013.

Series 18 has averaged 9.1 million viewers/44 per cent share based on overnights ratings data.

Based on seven-day consolidated data the series is averaging 12.2 million viewers, making it the highest rating series in the show’s history, based on available consolidated data after 14 episodes.

Created in the UK by ITV Studios Entertainment, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has run for 18 seasons on ITV, winning multiple BAFTA and National Television Awards. It has been produced in a further 10 territories including the USA, Germany, India and the Netherlands. A new series has been commissioned by TF1 in France, while the show is also returning next year for a 13th run on RTL in Germany and a fifth series on Network Ten in Australia. All will be produced by ITV Studios’ labels in those countries.



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