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This Morning fans can now book a tour of ITV Studios; Guests can go behind the scenes of the biggest daytime shows.

Byline: Jonathan Yates

ITV has extended its daytime studio tour until the end of 2019.

You can explore the sets of your favourite daytime shows including Good Morning Britain, This Morning, Lorraine and Loose Women.

The tour was originally running until the end of September but due to its popularity it's been extended until December.

The newly announced dates sees tickets go on sale this week with anexclusive presaletaking place today.

Guests will be able to explore sets, get a sneak-peek of what lies behind and discover how the shows are brought to life and onto their screens.

If you've ever wondered what the sets look like in real life and want to sit in Holly and Phil's seat or see where Lorraine interviews some of the biggest star then now is your chance.

The busy studio produces more than 2000 hours of much-talked about TV a year and you'll get to discover the day-to-day operations and take a selfie or two.

Plus you'll walk down the production corridor which is home to the green rooms, wardrobe departments, make-up areas and production offices.

You can find out how to get tickets and prices below.

A presale is now available throughTicketmaster here.

The general sale then takes place from 9am on Monday, September 9 with tickets available fromTicketmaster here.

Tickets are priced at [pounds sterling]27.50 for adults, [pounds sterling]20.50 for concessions and children aged 0-4 go for free, you can also purchase a family ticket (2 Adults and 2 Children or 1 Adult and 3 Children) for [pounds sterling]20.

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