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How to watch the Daily Drop on ITV: What night is the I'm A Celebrity spin-off on TV?

With the new series of I’m A Celebrity 2020 hitting our screens very soon, fans are wondering how to watch the Daily Drop on ITV this weekend.

Need more I’m A Celebrity gossip? Need more angles of the horrifying trials? Then tune in to the Daily Drop for all your extra I’m A Celeb needs. Keep reading to find out where to watch.

What is the Daily Drop?

The Daily Drop is replacing the old I’m A Celebrity companion show Extra Camp that used to air on ITV2 after each episode.

Much like the previous incarnation Extra Camp, the Daily Drop will also feature a celebrity panel who will discuss the antics of that days show.

The new series is going to be hosted by TV and radio presenter Vick Hope. You may have seen her strutting her stuff on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018!

Hope has also hosted the Capital Breakfast show on Capital FM, presents Crufts on Channel 4 as well as being the backstage presenter for the X Factor 2019 and the red carpet host of the 2020 BAFTA awards.

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How to watch the Daily Drop on ITV

The first episode of the Daily Drop is going to be airing on ITV2 at 5:30PM on Monday 16 November.

The show is scheduled to air on weekdays at 5:30PM but on Saturday 21 November it will be aired at the earlier time of 4:50PM on ITV2.

The show will play after a re-run of the I’m A Celebrity episode from the night before. At the moment there is no Daily Drop scheduled on ITV2 for Sunday 22 of November, but don’t worry, the show will be back to its regular time on the following Monday.

The Daily Drop will also be available on the ITV Hub.

The main I’m A Celebrity show is set to premiere at 9pm on 15 November on the main ITV channel and will be an hour and 35 minute long episode. The show will air every day this week, however, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday’s episodes are slightly shorter, running at about an hour long.

Next Saturday’s show is set to air at the slightly earlier time of 8:45 so be sure to tune in earlier than normal.

We have a jam-packed schedule of I’m A Celeb to watch this week and we can’t wait to get all the juicy gossip.

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.