Jungle Camp is about to start again! In the coming year, brave celebrities will brave the Australian jungle for the challenge of a lifetime. January 2023 will see the 16th edition of I’m a Star Get Me Out of Here – here’s all the info on showtimes, start dates and more.
- Every year, “I’m a Star – Throw Me Out!” attracts millions of fans to the television screens.
- Also in 2023 some celebrities will return to the Australian bush.
- Here you will find all information about Jungle Camp 2023 start date, broadcast times and moderators.
- in 2023 the jungle camp start date is already set.
- RTL surprises fans with a big change in the length of the new season.
Contorted faces, celebs crying in disgust and plenty of malicious glee: Jungle Camp fans can hardly wait for season 16 to begin in 2023. in January The first candidates are said to have already leaked a new moderator duo was also created. But what about broadcast times and such?
When does Jungle Camp 2023 start?
The wait for Jungle Camp will soon be over: “I’m a celebrity, get me out of here!” finally taking place again in Australia after three years. RTL finally announces the start date for the new season of Jungle Camps.
The 16th season starts on Friday 13 January at 21:30 on RTL. And a surprise awaits all fans: in 2023 there will be another live show! So the audience will decide who will succeed the reigning king Filipas Pavlovičius in the grand finale on Sunday, January 29. Until now, the Jungle Camp finals were always held on Saturday. Last Sunday was the “Great Meeting”.
What 2023 jungle camp air dates?
- Episode 1: Friday 13 January at 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 2: Saturday 14 January at 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 3: Sunday 15 January at 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 4: Monday 16 January at 8.15pm via RTL
- Episode 5: Tuesday 17 January at 8.15pm via RTL
- Episode 6: Wednesday 18 January at 8.15pm via RTL
- Episode 7: Thursday 19 January at 20.15 on RTL
- Episode 8: Friday 20 January at 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 9: Saturday 21 January at 20:15 on RTL
- Episode 10: Sunday 22 January at 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 11: Monday 23 January at 8.15pm via RTL
- Episode 12: Tuesday 24 January, 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 14: Wednesday 25 January, 20.15 on RTL
- Episode 15: Thursday 26 January, 20.15 on RTL
- Episode 16: Friday 27 January at 8.15pm on RTL
- Episode 17: Saturday 28 January, 20.15 on RTL
- Episode 18: Sunday 29 January at 8.15pm on RTL
If you don’t make it to the TV in time in the evening, next year you probably won’t be able to do without the show. Jungle Camp Consequences in 2023 is likely to be added later RTL+ streaming will be available. By the way, if you’re on the go and don’t have a TV handy, you can watch everything live.
After Jungle Camp 2022 was unable to resume as usual in Australia due to the coronavirus pandemic, things will be back to normal next year. For brave celebrities, it’s in the jungle. There, it will be decided who follows in the footsteps of the reigning king of the jungle Filipas Pavlovich (28) will occur.
For the first time in many years together Sonja Zietlow (54) No Daniel Hartwich (44), but New to IBES Jan Koppen (39) remains to be seen. He still can’t believe he’s actually hosting the show. Interview with RTL he explained:
“It’s just absurd. It’s really just absurd.”
‘I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here!’ 2023: Who Will Be a Success for King of the Jungle Filipas Pavlovich?
Last year, former “Bachelorette” candidate Filip Pavlovich managed to prove himself and win the jungle crown. It was definitely not easy for the 28-year-old man. And the stars of the new season, as is typical of RTL, can certainly be prepared for all kinds of nerve-wracking tests, moments of disgust and arguments.
These stars are expected to attend Jungle Camp in 2023
Source: Bild newspaper.
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