ITV has confirmed that I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! will be back with a new series in the autumn and has also announced that Coronation Street and Emmerdale will return to six episodes per week from mid-September.
The broadcaster's new season schedule also sees Britain's Got Talent and The Voice UK return with catch-up shows ahead of their respective semi-final episodes and finals.
I'm a Celebrity... fans are also set for a one-off documentary, I'm a Celebrity: A Jungle Story, looking back on the reality series' 19-year history.
Kevin Lygo, ITV's Director of Television, said: "We kept Coronation Street and Emmerdale on air during the past few months, our Daytime has never performed better and we had brand new entertainment shows on a Saturday, every week.
"Now is the time to look forward to the autumn. ITV has some fantastic new programmes, from brand new drama to both new and long-established entertainment to trailblazing factual, all of which we are delighted to present..."
Other returning shows include The Million Pound Cube, Family Fortunes, The Chase, Supermarket Sweep and The Only Way is Essex. There will also be a three-part Love Island retrospective on ITV2.
Soccer Aid 2020, postponed because of the Covid-19 emergency, will be played behind closed doors in the autumn and new entertainment show Don't Rock the Boat will see 12 celebrities rowing from Land's End to John O'Groats in two boats.
"We're in a better place than we thought we might be and while I haven't got a crystal ball, I am hopeful that with a dozen or so dramas about to go back into production, we won't be watching repeats of Midsomer Murders in January after all," added network boss Lygo.