It has been announced that EastEnders will return to BBC One tonight, September 12, but in a different timeslot.
The BBC broadcast continuous coverage of the event after learning of the Queen’s passing on September 8; as a result, regular programming was changed.
The BBC has confirmed that EastEnders will return to its home channel on Monday night at a later time of 8.30pm after having had Thursday’s episode postponed for a day. The show was temporarily moved to BBC Two as a result of the scheduling changes.
In the most recent episode of the soap opera, Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) and Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) will get married. Alfie Moon (Shane Richie), the former’s ex-husband, is also expected to make a comeback to Walford.
The One Show will begin at 8 p.m. with an episode that pays tribute to the Queen’s life. After EastEnders at 9 p.m., The Capture’s second season finale will air.
On September 13, a return to regular schedules is anticipated.
Scotland: A Service for HM the Queen (1pm) and Scotland: The Vigil (2am) are just two of the special programs that the BBC will be airing as part of its ongoing coverage of today in honor of Queen Elizabeth II (7.10pm).
King Charles III will attend a memorial service for his mother in the former The latter will feature footage of the entire royal family attending their mother’s memorial service at St. Giles’ Cathedral.
In addition, My Government and I, which airs at 11.20 p.m., will feature former prime ministers talking about their encounters with the Queen. University Challenge and QI will air on BBC Two at their regularly scheduled times.
At the time of writing, the television schedules were accurate, but all timeslots are subject to change.
EastEnders will air on BBC One at 8.30pm on Monday September 12. The show usually airs at 7.30pm from Monday to Thursday. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.