Numerous schedule changes have been made in the days following the Queen’s passing.
Emmerdale, Coronation Street, and EastEnders have been canceled from tonight’s television schedules by the BBC and ITV.
A number of schedule changes have been made in the days following the Queen’s passing, with broadcasters like BBC and Channel 4 announcing new programming. ITV is broadcasting live, nonstop coverage of the funeral today at Westminster Abbey, followed by a documentary that details the service and an extended News At Ten.
For the first time ever, the broadcaster will broadcast the entire day’s programming, which began at 6am, simultaneously on the main channel, five digital channels, and the ITV Hub until midnight.
Emmerdale and Coronation Street won’t air as a result. EastEnders has been canceled on the BBC while the network airs various shows about the monarch.
Emmerdale will debut two new episodes on Tuesday at 7 p.m. At 8:00 p.m., Coronation Street airs for an hour.
Tuesday at 7.30 o’clock will see the return of EastEnders. The National Television Awards have been moved to the following month.
The award ceremony will now be held on October 13 in remembrance of the late monarch. It was originally scheduled to take place on September 15 at Wembley’s OVO Arena, with the results being broadcast live on ITV.
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