GOGGLEBOX is back on our screens TONIGHT (May 8th) at 9pm.
The hit Channel 4 show, where families analyse and share witty opinions on the nation's favourite programmes, has become a staple in homes across the country.
How many episodes of Gogglebox are there?
The new series of Gogglebox began on Friday, February 21, 2020.
You can catch series 15 of the hit show at 9pm every Friday on Channel 4.
Previous series of Gogglebox have run for 15 episodes and this is likely to be no different.
Viewers can catch up on any missed episodes on Channel 4+1 or online at All4.
Who are the families in the new series?
Viewers will be pleased to know that fan favourites, such as Jenny and Lee, Amira and Iqra, Giles and Mary, and Ellie and Izzi have all returned for series 15.
Those that took part in series 14, and likely to return for the new series are:
- The Siddiquis
- Kathy, Cilla and Elvie
- The Woerdenwebers
- The Tappers
- The Michaels
- Linda and Peter
- Bill and Josef
- The Malones
- David and Shirley
- Mary and Marina
- The Plummers
- The McCormicks
- Alison, George and Helena
- Peter and Sophie
- Marcus, Mica, Sachelle and Shuggy
- John and Beryl
- Abbie and Georgia
Do the Gogglebox cast get paid?
Many people wonder if the cast of Gogglebox get paid, well they actually do, each family receives a monthly balance of £1,500.
The family will then have to split this amount between each other at their own discretion.
This is only the start for some cast members.
Original Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt has since appeared on I'm A Celebrity and boasts of paying off her parents' mortgage with her earnings.
Also, Sandra Martin, another star from the show, says she's earned "£100,000 every year" since appearing on the programme.
Although the opportunities seem endless after appearing on Gogglebox, the families do have to work for their money.
Despite the coronovirus pandemic filming will still take place with rigged cameras in place to prevent crew mixing with the Gogglebox stars.
Each family has to commit to 12 hours of filming each week split across two six-hour shifts.
They then need to analyse and share opinions on the programmes they have been told to watch.
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