Coronation Street schedule chaos at soap is moved for The Voice KidsDecember 28, 2021
CORONATION Street fans are in uproar this week as the soap schedules have been changed again.
The ITV soap will not air in its usual 7.30pm and 8.30pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday slots because of The Voice Kids.
Instead it will air Wednesday’s episodes tonight (Tuesday) at 9pm on ITV.
Fans will then have to wait until Friday to see a new episode.
Then the soap will air another hour-long special on New Year’s Eve.
However unlike in past years, there will be no New Year’s Day episode of Coronation Street.
In fact there will be no soaps airing on the day at all.
Instead each of the three main soaps will air feature-length specials on Friday instead.
Emmerdale will air at 7pm for an hour, with Coronation Street following at 8pm.
And over on BBC One EastEnders will broadcast at 7.10pm until 8pm – clashing with Emmerdale.
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It was also confirmed today how the BBC soap will finally return to full-length episodes next month.
As The Sun revealed earlier this month, Monday, Thursday and Friday night editions will be full 30 minute episodes.
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Meanwhile Tuesday night’s episode will last just 20 minutes.
It currently airs in a block with Holby City’s shorter 40 minute episodes.
The BBC medical drama will come to an end in March, making it likely that EastEnders will return to full episode weeks then.
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