ITV’s huge reality TV hit The Only Way is Essex kicked off way back in 2010.

Now, almost a decade later the show is still going strong.

Over the years, tonnes of cast members have been and gone but most of the TOWIE OG’s remain.

A shiny new series is on the Essex horizon, so here’s everything you need to know about The Only Way is Essex season 25…

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Pictured: James ‘Lockie’ Lock.

When does The Only Way is Essex season 25 start?

The brand new 2019 series of The Only Way is Essex will launch on Sunday, September 1st.

It will air at 9 pm every Sunday on ITVBe.

The synopsis for TOWIE season 25 reads:

Dan tries to convince Chloe Sims that they can remain friends, even though he is now dating Amber. Meanwhile, Clelia is feeling let down by Shelby.

The trailer for The Only Way is Essex was officially released on August 2019 and, apparently, there’s drama from every angle!

The Only Way is Essex season 25: Cast

Season 24 of The Only Way is Essex saw some major cast changes.

Many original members of the show including Chloe Lewis, Myles Barnett and Jon Clark were said to be axed from the cast.

It was quite literally a case of ‘out with the old and in with the new’ in series 24 as a whole host of newbies appeared on our screens in 2019.

Kelsey Stratford, Chloe and Clare Brockett, Joey Turner, Harry Lee, Jayden Beales, Tom McDonnell and Ella-Rae Wise all became the latest members of the TOWIE crew.

As well as last season’s newbies it looks like some OG’s are back for series 25 including James Lock and Yazmin Oukhellou.

Will Arg be back for TOWIE 2019?

It looks like a loveable member of TOWIE’s original cast, James ‘Arg’ Argent, won’t be returning to the show.

The company that produces TOWIE, Lime Pictures, spoke out in 2019 and said that they’ll no longer be working with Arg.

He’s been in and out of rehab for years and in a report from The Sun was said to have failed a drugs test which meant that TOWIE bosses had to “sever ties”.

During series 24 it looked like Arg could potentially return to our screens, but now we can officially wave goodbye to that idea.



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