Celebrity Island 2018 with Bear Grylls is back tonight - who's on the line and what happened so far?
The Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls sees a number of celebs dropped on an inhabited island.
Alongside a team of camera crew - who are living in just the same conditions - the celebs arrive with just the clothes they're wearing and a handful of basic tools in order to survive four weeks.
Here's all we know about what will be the show's third Celebrity series.
When does Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls start on TV?
The new series of Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls will again air in the autumn on Channel 4.
The start date was previously confirmed for Sunday, September 9 at 9PM on Channel 4. Episode two airs tonight, September 16.
Celebrity Island will run for six episodes from the air date.
Who's on Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls 2018?
In the first two series, 10 celebrities signed up with the group made up of celebrities from the worlds of television, music, sport and comedy.
Another brand new batch of stars headed to The Island in 2018 for series three, once again all in the aid of charity for Channel 4's Stand Up to Cancer campaign.
The group included Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated actor, Eric Roberts, actor and musician, Martin Kemp, double Olympic gold medal rower, James Cracknell, Olympic boxer, Anthony Ogogo and TOWIE star, Pete Wicks.
Joining them were model and TV personality, Jo Wood, Love Island star Montana Brown, journalist, presenter and transgender activist Paris Lees and TV doctor, Dr Saleyha Ahsan.
Plus, there was actress and radio broadcaster, Roxanne Pallett, who left after just one episode last Sunday night.
Celebrity Island spoilers
In tonight's second episode, it's been less than a week since Bear abandoned 10 celebrities on a remote island in the Pacific and the brutal conditions have already forced one of them to quit.
Now, the nine remaining celebs are starting to crack under the pressure as they battle huge tropical storms. A war of words erupts between journalist Paris Lees and Towie star Pete Wicks as they struggle to keep the fire alight. Tensions continue to get out of control as the group try to resolve the lack of food.
Olympic rower James Cracknell is unable to contain his irritation that not everyone is pulling their weight in camp. An old brain injury which can affect his ability to communicate sympathetically makes matters worse as he attempts to keep his escalating conflict with Paris from boiling over.
As her physical condition continues on a downward spiral, Paris is eventually given an ultimatum by the whole group: either do more work or face serious consequences.
Why are they doing it?
The Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls is a part of Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer charity event.
You can find out more at StandUpToCancer.org.uk.