Chilly, dark winter nights mean one thing – cosying up on the sofa under a blanket and watching the telly. Add a Sunday night into that mix and it’s basically the law.
For what should be the harshest part of winter, Beasts from the East permitting, Dancing on Ice 2019 should just about see us into the spring – almost.
Twelve celebrities, including a soap star, reality TV legend and Loose Women panelist are risking their limbs and pride in the name of our entertainment as they take to the ice along with their figure skating pro partners.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are returning to host the show, along with judges Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean – themselves Olympic figure skating champions – catty Jason Gardiner and Diversity’s Ashley Banjo.
Here’s all the details you need about when to snuggle down and how long you can do it for.
What time is Dancing on Ice on tonight?
Jason Gardiner, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield at the launch
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The show launches on Sunday January 6 at 6pm until 8pm on ITV1.
We’ll get to see all the celebrities in their Spandex glory performing for the first time, so it will quickly become apparent who has the natural balancing skills and who is Bambi on ice.
Viewers who miss the show can watch on plus 1 or catch up on the ITVPlayer.
How long does the series run for?
The last three series have run for ten episodes (nine weeks) and this one follows the same pattern, meaning it will finish on Sunday March 10, when the daffodils will be out!
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