It's time for Christmas television!
We've already brought you the feast that will be gracing the BBC this festive season, and now it's time to turn our attention to ITV.
With a whole heap of exciting specials and tempting new shows on offer, there's plenty to get you in the spirit of the season.
The Real Full Monty on Ice
Airs on ITV, December 14 and 15, 9pm.
Doing exactly what it says on the tin, a whole new batch of celebrities will perform their risqué routines – this time, for the very first time, on the ice rink.
Fronted by Ashley Banjo and Coleen Nolan, the stars of this festive spectacle will be raising awareness of different cancers and the importance of checking yourselves.
The lineup includes Dame Jenni Murray, Love Island's Shaughna Phillips, rugby star Gareth Thomas, Diversity's Perri Kiely and Love Island's Chris Hughes.
Gordon, Gino and Fred: Desperately Seeking Santa
Airs on ITV, December 16, 9pm.
The dynamic trio are back, this time for a Christmas adventure all the way to Lapland.
They each have their own hopes for the trip. Gino wants to hand-deliver his daughter's letter to Father Christmas, Gordon wants to sample some reindeer meat and Fred wants to take in the Northern Lights.
Celebrity Juice Christmas special
Airs on ITV2, December 17, 10pm.
Host Keith Lemon will once again be joined by his team captains Emily Atack and Laura Whitmore, only with added festive fun.
Guests will include Maya Jama, Paddy McGuinness, Paloma Faith and Ricky Wilson.
The Cube Celebrity Christmas special
Airs on ITV, December 20, 8pm.
Phillip Schofield will be bringing us this one-off Christmas special, promising a whole new batch of celebrity contestants including McFly's Danny Jones and DougIe Poynter, as well as comedian and I'm a Celebrity favourite Emily Atack with her mum Kate Robbins.
But who will beat the box for their chosen charity?
Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow - The Price is Right Christmas special
Airs on ITV, December 24, 8.15pm.
With hilarious Christmas prizes and that famous spinning wheel, Alan Carr will continue his revival of some of the nation's most iconic game shows for this festive episode.
Birds of a Feather Christmas special
Airs on ITV, December 24, 9.15pm.
Returning to ITV for the first time in three years (and since Tracey sold the house to Dorien), this brand-new one-off extended episode will catch up with all your favourite characters (plus a few guests) in a 2020 lockdown Christmas.
Promising big changes in their lives, it will be one for fans not to miss.
Britain's Got Talent Christmas Spectacular
Airs on ITV, December 25, 8pm.
Welcoming back some of the most memorable acts of the past 14 years, the BGT Christmas special will be hosted by the nation's favourite duo Ant and Dec (who else?).
Set to takeover our screens on Christmas Day, the judging panel will be made up of Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo.
Ainsley's Festive Food We Love
Airs on ITV, December 25, 2pm.
A Christmas edition of his popular Saturday cooking show, Ainsley will be cooking up a festive feast.
The menu boasts festive bubble patties, Thai turkey and coconut broth with chilli, and coconut and coriander scones. Plus, for pudding, we'll be drooling over chocolate bread and butter pudding with spiced cherries.
Now we're hungry.
The Story of SM:TV Live
Airs on ITV, December 26, 9.25am (repeated, December 27 at 8pm).
No, you haven't transported back to the '90s – but this could be the next best thing.
Original hosts Ant, Dec and Cat Deeley will be reuniting on Boxing Day morning – in the 9.25am slot and the very same studio, no less – to celebrate and get nostalgic about our formative favourite Saturday-morning TV show.
Here's hoping for a guest appearance from Wonky Donkey.
In For a Penny Christmas special
Airs on ITV, December 26, 5.15pm.
The Stephen Mulhern-fronted show will be back for a festive episode, hoping to spread some cheer with his Christmas sack full of cash and lots of festive games.
The Chase Celebrity Christmas special
Airs on ITV, December 25, 5pm and December 26, 6pm.
There will be a grand total of three festive specials for The Chase fans this year. Hoorah!
On Christmas Day, the celebrity special will welcome Colin Jackson, Anne Diamond, Josie Long and Nicky Campbell to go up against the Chasers.
For Boxing Day, Tim Lovejoy, Kay Burley, Eni Aluko and Richard Herring will be appearing, and there'll also be the hilarious bloopers episode too.
Billy Connolly: It's Been a Pleasure
Airs on ITV, December 28, 9.30pm.
A celebration of Sir Billy Connolly, this one-off special will air on ITV over the festive period following the news that he will be stepping away from performing.
It promised to be star-studded, and it wasn't lying. Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Lenny Henry and Whoopi Goldberg are among the appearances in the standalone episode, and his A-list fans will share their memories of Billy and select their own personal highlights from his comedy catalogue.
Dancing on Thin Ice with Torvill and Dean
Airs on ITV, January 1, 9pm.
The Olympic champions and experts on Dancing on Ice will celebrate an impressive 45 years on the ice together in this 90-minute special.
On their mission to skate outdoors in nature, rather than on artificial ice, Jayne and Chris will also shine a spotlight on the effects of climate change.
Good Morning Britain, Lorraine and This Morning on Christmas Day
ITV's daytime shows will all be getting their own Christmas episodes this year.
Christmas morning will kick off at 7am with a special Good Morning Britain, with hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid "celebrating COVID heroes up and down the country".
Taking over at 9am will be Lorraine with her usual dose of fashion and beauty inspiration from her team of experts, along with some extra festive content.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will be hosting This Morning at 10am, for the show's first ever Christmas Day special. The episode promises "heart-warming surprises" as well as "special guests, and favourite familiar faces".
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