When is I’m a celebrity 2022 final date?

I’m A Celebrity 2022: When is the final and who is the bookies favourite to win?

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 will begin on Sunday November 6.

The much-anticipated series is the first to be filmed in Australia since 2019 after the conditions of the Covid pandemic meant filming was forced to take place at Gwrych castle in Wales.

Chris Moyles, Owen Warner, Matt Hancock, Babatunde Aleshe and Boy George are all part of this year’s show, which is presented by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.

The end is near: I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 will begin on Sunday November 6

The end is near: I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 will begin on Sunday November 6

Olivia Attwood was forced to leave the show early due to medical reasons after she took a worrying blood test, although she was later deemed to be fit and well. 

The first episode of the new I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! got an audience of over 10 million people at its peak – up two million from last year’s launch.

Official figures have revealed that the show racked up 10.3million TV viewers at the first night’s peak, with a total of 9.1million watching the entire episode.

The 2021 series saw Danny Miller crowned as King of the Castle, while Giovanna Fletcher was the first person to win the Welsh version of the show the year before. 

When is the final? 

The I’m A Celebrity final is confirmed to be taking place on Sunday November 27, during which time one lucky celebrity will be crowned King of Queen the jungle by Ant and Dec. 

Final: The I'm A Celebrity final is confirmed to be taking place on Sunday November 27

Final: The I’m A Celebrity final is confirmed to be taking place on Sunday November 27

The show is slated to kick off at 9pm on ITV1.  

The final bumper episode will last for one hour and 40 minutes long, running right through until 10:40pm.

The total number of episodes on the series this year is 22.

How to watch I’m A Celebrity 

The show usually airs at 9pm from Monday to Sunday each week on ITV1. Or can be watched an hour later on ITV1+. 

Home time: The show usually airs at 9pm from Monday to Sunday each week on ITV1. Or can be watched an hour later on ITV1+ (pictured evicted camp mate Scarlette Douglas)

Home time: The show usually airs at 9pm from Monday to Sunday each week on ITV1. Or can be watched an hour later on ITV1+ (pictured evicted camp mate Scarlette Douglas)

All episodes are then available to stream on the ITV Hub. Viewers can pay £3.99 a month to avoid having to watch the adverts. 

Who is the bookies favourite to win?  

William Hill have made Owen Warner the new favourite to win this year’s edition of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!  

Warner, who was an 8/1 outsider at the start of the show, saw his price drop to just 5/4 after the two weekend episodes, making him the new frontrunner to be crowned King of the Jungle.

His price makes him the narrow favourite to win the accolade this year, ahead of former Lioness Jill Scott at 13/8. Mike Tindall (7/1) and Matt Hancock (8/1) are the other contestants deemed to be in the running to sit on the jungle throne.

Odds on! William Hill have made Owen Warner the new favourite to win this year¿s edition of I¿m A Celebrity¿ Get Me Out Of Here

Odds on! William Hill have made Owen Warner the new favourite to win this year’s edition of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here

William Hill Spokesperson, Lee Phelps, said: ‘With the first few eliminations from this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! narrowing the playing field for the outright winner, our markets suggest there’s a new favourite to win the jungle crown.

‘Owen Warner, who’s opening price at the start of the series was as high as 8/1, is now the outright favourite at 5/4 to win the series after some generous backing from punters over the weekend.

‘Don’t discount the former favourite Jill Scott, who’s odds of 13/8 make her a very slender second favourite behind the Hollyoaks actor. 

‘Former England rugby player Mike Tindall (7/1) and West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock (8/1) will likewise continue to attract support as the show enters its third and final week.’

Who won last year?  

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here suffered yet another ratings blow with only 7.1 million viewers tuning in for the finale from Wales in 2021.

Danny Miller was crowned King Of The Castle after beating Frankie Bridge and Simon Gregson in the public vote.

He is now the reigning champion taking over from Giovanna Fletcher who was crowned last year in a finale watched by 12.1 million.

Champ: Danny Miller was crowned King Of The Castle after beating Frankie Bridge and Simon Gregson in the public vote

Champ: Danny Miller was crowned King Of The Castle after beating Frankie Bridge and Simon Gregson in the public vote

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