Emily Atack has landed her own TV show following I'm A Celebrity.
UKTV has ordered a four-part series called Emily Atack: Adulting for its premium entertainment channel W.
The show is described as a "warm and comedic observational documentary about the rise and rise of last year's Jungle Princess. The series follows Emily as she tries to answer the big life questions looming over her and the pressure she feels as she approaches turning thirty."
A teaser adds: "Funny and moving, with access all areas to Emily's life and social media, Emily Atack: Adulting provides an authentic voice for the modern-day woman in a traditional society.
"Each episode poses a question based on parenthood, dating and body image, which Emily will attempt to answer with the help of friends, family, her social network and beyond."
Emily Atack said of the news "It is an absolute joy to be asked to film this follow-doc. Adulting will cover some topics that I, as a young woman, constantly think and worry about so I hope others find it relatable, and funny!
"I'm on a little exploration to find the answers to some common questions before I turn thirty - I'm excited!
UKTV's senior commissioning editor Helen Nightingale commented: "It's fair to say we all fell in love with Emily while watching her in the jungle. And I'm excited that she's prepared to bare all and answer life's biggest questions for us.
"A funny and relatable woman who is not afraid to show her vulnerability is exactly the kind of aspirational person we love on W."
Adam Collings, W channel director added: "Emily is a perfect fit for W and her inimitable style makes her must-see for our viewers who can hopefully relate to her on a very genuine level.
"I'm incredibly proud of the great series we've made for the channel with some of the UK's biggest names including Emma Willis, Cherry Healey and Dr. Christian so to add Emily to that list alongside Stacey Dooley's series this summer is very exciting."
The series will be made by Firecracker films who also made Emma Willis: Delivering Babies, which returns in 2019, and upcoming new series Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over.
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