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Get ready… the battle commences on Sunday 11th February!

ITV2’s hottest new reality show is almost here - brand new Survival of the Fittest launches on Sunday 11th February at 9pm on ITV2.

Six glamorous girls and six buff boys will enter The Lodge, ready for to fight it out in a series of mental and physical challenges. Only one team can bring home the cash prize - who will survive under the South African sky?

It’s girls vs boys, and our sizzling singles will have to make sure their heads aren’t turned by the enemy. Tune into the ultimate battle of the sexes on Sunday 11th February at 9pm on ITV2.

Let the games begin...

App FAQs

Survival of the Fittest has its own, brand new app which is available now! The power is in your hands... and you barely have to lift a finger.

Follow the links to download it now:
iOS - https://goo.gl/HbF5NZ
Android - https://goo.gl/aWSmav

Some of the app features include:

• Rank our Teams and see what everyone else thinks
• Being able to vote throughout the series
• All the latest video content from the show
• Track how our Teams are performing across the series
• Take part in polls and trivia

Meet our host: Laura Whitmore

Set in the sizzling South African savannah, Laura Whitmore will oversee the action as we pit a team of girls against a team of boys in the ultimate battle of the sexes.

Laura said: “I'm absolutely buzzing to be part of the Survival of the Fittest team. The ITV family always manages to come up with exciting and innovative formats and this brand new show is the ultimateBoys versus Girls. Having worked on five series of I'm a Celeb... I didn't think that it was possible to find a backdrop as exotic as the Jungle - cue the African Savannah. I can't wait to get out there, bring on the battle of the sexes!”

Award winning comedian, Brennan Reece, will also be on hand to provide the voiceover for the nightly shows which will update viewers with the latest action from The Lodge.

Brennan said: “I am so excited to be a part of the show. The closest I have ever come to being on Safari was a school trip to Chester Zoo one November, no one wants to see a crocodile shiver.”