I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here has become the most watched TV show of 2019.
According to the latest catch up figures, the opening episode of I'm A Celeb earlier this year eclipsed BBC One's Call Of Duty to take the title.
The first episode of the new series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here had an average audience of more than 13m.
Consolidated viewing figures, which include catch up and online views over the last week as well as live viewing, bring the audience to 13,171,000 - half a million more than for the 5 May episode of Line of Duty, which previously stood at the top of the 2019 ratings charts.
The launch episode is also the most watched programme of the year for 16-34s. It averaged 3.5m TV viewers with a 71% share of viewing for that demographic.
Meanwhile, on ITV2, the launch episode fully consolidated with a great 1.1m TV viewers and 10.7% share. For 16-34s it averaged 299,000 TV viewers with a 19.8% share.
Leaving their plush pads and luxuries far behind, twelve celebrity campers are spending up to three weeks taking on the harsh surroundings of the Australian bush, with a whole host of surprises created just for them.
This year's celebrities include Capital Radio DJ Roman Kemp; Olympian and TV personality Caitlyn Jenner; ex-England rugby player James Haskell; and TV and radio presenter Kate Garraway.
They're joined by ex footballer and broadcaster Ian Wright MBE; pop star Nadine Coyle; 'Rak-Su' singer Myles Stephenson; Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts; comedian Andrew Maxwell; soap star Jacqueline Jossa and recent newcomers, actors Andrew Whyment and Cliff Parisi.
To find out more tune into I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! at 9.00pm on ITV.
Turn over to ITV2 directly after for companion show I’m A Celebrity…Extra Camp with all the behind the scenes gossip on the ITV show. Hosted by Joel Dommett, Emily Atack and Adam Thomas.
Episodes of both the main show and Extra Camp are available on catch up on ITV Hub.