The X Factor 2017 is shaping up to see a major revamp from the judges to the hosts, here's a recap of what's been going on to get you up to speed...
When does The X Factor start on TV?
The precise X Factor 2017 start date on ITV has not been officially confirmed just yet but the show typically launches around the end of August or beginning of September.
Right now the likely launch date for Series 14 appears to be Saturday, September 2.
The confirmed air date will be revealed in the coming weeks so stick with us.
Who are new The X Factor 2017 judges?
Simon Cowell previously said he hoped to keep the same judges as last year for this autumn's series, and that's gone to plan.
Simon returns alongside Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger as The X Factor 2017 judges. This year is the first time since between 2008 and 2010 that the panel has remained the same between series.
But wait, there's more! Alesha Dixon will appear as a guest judge on The X Factor 2017, it's been revealed.
The current Britain's Got Talent judge will be stepping in for Nicole Scherzinger at this auditions in Manchester and also replacing Sharon at try-outs in Edinburgh.
What are new The X Factor 2017 judges' categories for 2017?
This year the judges were again given their categories before the Six Chair Challenge which filmed in July.
The contestants were gathered for the announcement at London's Wembley Arena before they performed for the panel.
This series, Simon has got the Groups, Nicole has the Overs, Sharon returns to the show with the Girls and Louis is back with the Boys.
Meanwhile, Dermot O'Leary is back too!
No surprise here after signing a mega contract last year: Dermot is back to front the main show.
He started filming the try outs earlier this year before reuniting with the judges at the room auditions.
But Xtra Factor has been AXED
We don't need to wonder who's hosting the Xtra Factor this year because the show is gone.
Yup, after more than a decade, the Xtra Factor - last year hosted by Rylan Clark-Neal and Matt Edmondson - won't air on ITV2 this year with a new online format replacing it.
A source said: "It’s nothing to do with Rylan and Matt. They did a great job and if the show was continuing on TV they would definitely be returning.
"It’s just about the nature of how people consume TV now."
The arena auditions return
While the contestants start off in the room auditions as last year, they'll then go forward to the arena auditions at bootcamp.
There, the hopefuls will perform for the judges and live audience at Wembley Arena.
Those that impress at the bootcamp arena auditions will go on to make the six chair challenge, which returns with its usual format and live audience.
Stick with us for all The X Factor latest!