Ten celebrities are abandoned in the Australian outback with only minimal means of survival, in order to raise money for charity.
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 Himself (5th Celebrity to Leave) (13 episodes, 2003)
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 Herself (3rd Celebrity to Leave) (11 episodes, 2003)
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 Herself (9 episodes, 2009)
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Based on the successful British TV show of the same name, so-called "celebrities" leave behind their pampered lives for weeks of roughing it in a remote outpost of the inhospitable Australian rainforest. The celebrities live out in the open, sleeping on makeshift cots in primitive conditions and trading their gourmet meals for rice, beans and water. Viewers vote, by phone and Internet, to keep their favorite contestant in the camp; the one receiving the least number of votes each night is forced to leave. The lone, remaining celebrity at the end of the trial emerges as the King or Queen of the Jungle. Written by Anonymous

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I'm a viewer, Get me away from this show!
23 March 2003 | by (Toronto, Ontario) – See all my reviews

This show suffered from four fatal flaws:

1) The list of celebrities. I realize that C-List celebs are perfect for these types of shows, but when they are at the bottom of that list, do they even qualify for 'celebrity' status anymore? I was only able to associate 4 or 5 of them to the event that made them 'famous'. It is a good decision that they had their names on their clothing or I would never of known who was who.

2) Telephone vote-outs. When the contestants are not involved in the process of who leaves, it makes for a very bland show (see Big Brother 1). No scheming, no alliances, nothing. Just a bunch of people sitting around, acting chummy-chummy waiting for the days to pass.

3) Airing in real time. This CAN work when done properly (Big Brother 2), but it takes quite a bit of skill and a lot of time. This show lasted 14 days, hardly enough time to really get to know any of these people or for any storylines to emerge on their own.

4) Celebrities being given practically everything they asked for. They had lip balm, plenty of food, shelter when it rained etc. It seemed to me that these people were living better on the show than in their real lives!

"I'm a Celeb.." was a boring, poorly done survivor-clone and I doubt we will ever see another one.


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