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Gogglebox 2019

Gogglebox 2019 has a confirmed start date for this month

Gogglebox had a phenomenal 2018 with series 12, a Stand Up to Cancer celebrity special and a Gogglesprogs Christmas special.

Now, with a new year, comes a new series on the Channel 4 hit series.

Here is everything we know about Gogglebox 2019 – including start date and cast!

Gogglebox 2018

Gogglebox 2019: Start Date

Gogglebox series 13 will launch on Friday, February 22nd.

And just like all previous seasons, it will air on Channel 4 at 9 pm.

Most Gogglebox series air for around 15 episodes, meaning your Friday nights should remain fully booked until the end of May.

Gogglebox 2019: Cast

Channel 4 have confirmed that all of the families from series 12 will be returning.

This means that we can confirm Amira and Iqra, Dave and Shirley, Ellie and Issy, Giles and Mary, Pete and Sophie, the Malone family, Mary and Marina, Jenny and Lee, the Siddiqui family, Pete and Lynne, the McCormick family, the Michael family, the Woerdenweber family, Tremaine, Twaine and Tristan and Marcus, Mica, Sachelle and Shuggy.

At this stage, we do not know if there are any new families.

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Gogglebox 2019 – Pete and Lynne

Gogglebox 2019 – Amira and Iqra

Gogglebox 2019 – Dave and Shirley

Gogglebox 2019 – Ellie and Issy

Gogglebox 2019 – Giles and Mary

Gogglebox 2019 – Jenny and Lee

Gogglebox 2019 – Mary and Marina

Gogglebox 2019 – the Malone family

Gogglebox 2019 – Pete and Sophie

Gogglebox 2019 – Siddiqui family

Gogglebox 2019 – Tremaine, Twaine and Tristan and Marcus

Gogglebox 2019 – The McCormick family

Gogglebox 2019 – the Michael family

Marcus, Mica, Sachelle and Shuggy

Gogglebox 2019 – the Woerdenweber family

How Much Do Goggleboxers Get Paid?

The Sun reported that each of the families receives £1,500 per month, which is for 12 hours of filming each week.

The Goggleboxers can’t be paid too badly as while in the Jungle on 2017’s I’m A Celebrity, Scarlett Moffatt revealed that she paid off her parents’ mortgage using her wages from the show.



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After studying for her BA in Journalism at Solent University, Helen went straight into writing for GRV Media as years of binge-watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta finally started to pay off. Helen has been with the company for over three years, writing about reality TV and specialising in USA and UK content. Outside of work you’ll find her rustling up Nigella’s latest recipes, or at the beach walking her dog.