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How many episodes are there in The Junk Food Experiment on ITV? Is it on TV next week?

Junk Food Experiment shocked viewers as it aired on Wednesday, February 27th.

The investigative ITV show filmed six celebrities as they binged on takeaway food only for 21 days – straight!

Naturally, the result on the celebs’ health and wellbeing was grotesquely negative, with former Made in Chelsea star Hugo Taylor quitting the project due to anxiety attacks.

Sounds like a good watch, right? So when is the next episode?

From Twofour Productions
Wednesday 27th February 2019 on ITV

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What is The Junk Food Experiment About?

ITV’s experiment follows Peter Andre, Olympic athlete Tessa Sanderson, Coronation Street’s Hayley Tamaddon, The Chase quizmaster Shaun Wallace, former MIC man Hugo Taylor and Conservative MP Nadine Dorries as they binge on takeaway meals for three weeks.

The format is much like Super Size Me, which investigated the health implications of only eating McDonald’s in 2004 and kick-started a documentary trend.

Each celebrity has their weight, body fat and other key health statistics closely monitored over the course of the project while regularly vlogging about their mental health.

Junk Food Experiment: How Many Episodes?

Just one!

Unfortunately, the ITV show is not a series.

The one episode, which aired on Wednesday, February 27th, is the only episode.

It is not on TV next week.

From Twofour Productions
Wednesday 27th February 2019 on ITV
Pictured: (l-r) Tessa Sanderson, Nadine Dorries MP,
Hayley Tamaddon, Peter Andre, Shaun Wallace and Hugo Taylor

Can You Watch Junk Food Experiment Online?


Whether you missed the episode or simply want to recap on the show and note down all of the takeaways treats to banish from your diet, The Junk Food Experiment is available to watch online.

Head to the official ITV media player, ITVHub, or follow the link here. The episode will remain on ITVHub until the end of March.



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Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.