I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2020 was a show like no other.
The popular ITV series came to Wales for the first time in its 18-year history and the rolling hills, medieval castle and breathtaking scenery really stole the show.
And while the small town of Abergele was only home to the series due to coronavirus restrictions, many people are calling for I'm A Celeb to return to Wales in the future.
The launch show in November saw this year's celebrities fly over stunning scenes near Snowdonia before they entered Gwrych Castle and all its glory. You can read more about the historical building, its location and haunted tales here.
Right from the get go viewers were mesmerised by the surroundings, with many suggesting the show move to Wales permanently from episode one. You can read their initial reactions here.
Here's all the reasons I'm A Celebrity could move to Wales in the future.
ITV bosses have said so
The show could remain in its new Welsh castle setting next year if the latest from ITV is anything to go by.
ITV boss Richard Cowles said: "Australia has been I'm A Celebrity's natural home and the Welsh version was born out of necessity rather than choice, but we’ve learned a lot and so maybe there is a UK incarnation of the show.
"We will look at what being in Wales means for the format going forward. Is it something we would want to do again, or do we want to return to Australia?"
Speaking to TV industry magazine Broadcast, he added: "It has been a different [type of show] because the environment is different, but it is absolutely as good as ever in terms of what audiences see on screen."
The breathtaking views
If you've watched it, you know, we don't need to tell you. And a quick scroll through social media reactions will confirm just as much, Wales is truly picturesque.
"Wales you look beautiful! I'm A Celeb looks good on you," one viewer wrote.
At the start of the series, another added: "Absolutely stunning backdrop and scenery. Really breathtaking. This is going to be an amazing series!"
While a third commented: "What a breathtakingly beautiful place AbergeIe and Gwrych Castle is. Stunning. Gorgeous scenery for days."
The campmates would back it
Despite the very cold temperatures, which have been subject to much debate over the series, evicted campmates have loved their time in the Welsh camp.
Former campmate Ruthie Henshall told North Wales Live she would "absolutely" support ITV keeping the show in Wales.
She said: "I think it's brilliant and the whole setting for it was quite beautiful actually.
"I thought that it was a fresh, wonderful approach and it added a whole other dimension to it."
In particular, the campmates this year had to suffer "unbearable" cold weather "on top of everything else."
She said: "So I think the castle was genius and I honestly think in my opinion, it should stay there."
As would the celebrities watching it
This Morning presenter Alison Hammond raved about the Welsh version of the show when it first launched.
The television star said the show should stay in the country "forever" as she raved about the beauty of Wales.
She told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby: "I loved the scenery of Wales. I thought it was beautiful, and I thought the castle looked incredible.
"The launch show was very Games of Thrones, there was fire, Ant and Dec arriving by Rolls Royce. I thought they did a really good job, I was straight in there.
"All in all, what a fantastic show. I think it works and I think we should continue to watch I'm a Celebrity in Wales forever. I don't think it needs to go back to Australia. I didn't even miss it."
Will I'm A Celebrity return to Wales? Only time will tell.