FANS of I'm A Celebrity are calling for the show to be extended by a WEEK after the series was forced off air due to Storm Arwen.

The ITV show – which is filmed at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, Wales – was put on hold last weekend as 98mph winds battered the set.

The Sun revealed over the weekend that the storm had left the set at Gwrych Castle "looking like a warzone", leaving bosses braced for more delays.

The celebrities were first evacuated from their campsite within the castle walls and forced to sheek shelter within the great hall of the building for safety.

The campmates were then moved to a secure location – whilst still remaining in their filming bubble – while production was safely re-established.

It saw the cameras cut on the filming schedule for the entirety of last weekend, with fans missing out on two days worth of the action.

Now, they are calling for the ITV show to be extended in order to make up for the missed time – with some vying for WEEKS of extra episodes.

"Surely they must extend now this is getting ridiculous 3 live shows cancelled no vote, at this rate it will be I'm A Celeb from a hotel," one fan wrote to Twitter.

"They better extend the f***ing series," a second chimed in, as a third wrote: "OK but you better extend the series and let Richard back in."

"Can they please extend this series till new years eve," someone else tweeted.

It comes after ITV made the announcement that the much-loved show WON'T be extended despite the missed episodes last week.

Reps for the show have now said that the series will still end on the same date as originally planned, and they won't be making up for lost time.

After three shows were cancelled, ITV announced this afternoon that I'm A Celeb would be back on our screens on Tuesday night.

But it didn't stop some viewers from suggesting that the series should be cancelled due to extremely cold conditions.

A concerned viewer penned on Twitter: "If I'm honest, best thing to do is cancel the rest of the shows and do it in the summer.

"Too cold outside for a start and much more pleasant outside in the summer than winter, especially with the previous weather!"

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