I'M A Celebrity will get the feature length treatment when it returns to screens later this month.
In a move befitting of a blockbuster piece of television, ITV has gone all out to ensure the hit reality show gets a big premiere.
The bumper 105 minute launch episode will see the latest batch of celebs introduced to each other for the first time as they make their way to camp in the Australian bush.
Fans of the long-running show have just two weeks to wait to dine out on all manner of terrifying trials and camp drama.
Hosts Ant and Dec have featured heavily in the show's promo campaign counting down to 9pm on November 19.
One heavily rumoured star appears to have arrived in Oz early.
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Jockey Frankie Dettori landed in Australia yesterday after competing in the US.
The show's official lineup is yet to be released, but sources have been suggesting Frankie will be taking part for months.
Providing a further clue, on Sunday he told fans that he was in Australia.
"Hi everyone, I am here in California at the moment. I will get on the plane after racing, I'm coming to Melbourne for the Melbourne Cup.
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"Unfortunately, this year I'm suspended, so I can ride but I will support the Melbourne Cup carnival for the week, see some old friends riding and have a smashing time at the racing.
"Hopefully we see some good winners, so make sure you come and see us."
Frankie is in Australia far earlier than celebrities traditionally arrive for the show.
It has been suggested that he has TV and promotional work to do in Melbourne for most of this week.
It has been suggested that he will then take a domestic flight from Melbourne to Brisbane and will meet with ITV bosses and be placed in isolation for a few days.
Other names suspected to join the show include This Morning's Josie Gibson and UKIP's Nigel Farage.
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