Filming complete on next season of I’m a Celebrity for 10

Another season pre-recorded in NSW to keep cast & crew safe, is already in the can.

Who is in 10’s jungle for I’m A Celebrity Get Me out of Here?

10 sources confirm filming has already completed on the next season, due to screen in January.

Production again took place at a site on Dungay Creek Road near Murwillumbah, northern NSW.

With ITV Studios Australia having wrapped, it can now turn attention to Love Island, shooting not far away at Federal, near Byron Bay.

Both shows are helmed by former Big Brother director Alex Mavroidakis.

This marks the second season to be pre-recorded in Australia due to concerns around travel and COVID-safe protocols -this time the earliest it has ever filmed.

A live finale is still expected in 2022 to allow viewers to choose  winner.

8 Responses

  1. I love that Love Island is directed by the ex Big Bro director from the 2012-14 series. Love Island is more like old school Big Brother than the current BB is.

  2. The pre-recorded version is boring…usually Chris and Julia can interact with viewers in live segments, now its just filled with repetitive unfunny jokes. Also, celebrities aren’t getting pushed as far as they were before with these shorter seasons…absolutely anyone could survive 20 days in the jungle, which is much less than half of the original 45 days the celebrities had been playing for.

    I just can’t watch until it returns to a live version.

    1. Better than no version at all…remember it is keeping people employed…surely you can still enjoy it – good feel good fun…other than the Tucker Trials 🙂

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