Airing in November, Take That: Look Back, Don't Stare will be a retrospective on the pop group's last year.
It will focus on the events prior to Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen reuniting with Robbie Williams.
"We're thrilled that our great relationship with Take That continues and they feel ITV will be able to give viewers and fans the first opportunity to see this amazingly frank and honest film about the last 12 months of Britain’s best loved band," said ITV's controller of entertainment John Kaye Cooper.
Producer Dan Bowen of Pulse added about the show: "Directors Fred Scott and Nick Davies have created a beautifully crafted film on an iconic band, and brilliantly captured a rare insight into Take That’s rollercoaster ride over the last 12 months, that we hope fans will treasure."
The programme will coincide with the band's long-awaited new single 'The Flood' on November 14. New album Progress will release on November 22.
A DVD release, Look Back, Don't Stare. A Film About Progress, will follow on December 6.