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Emmerdale and Coronation Street postponed as ITV changes tonight’s schedule

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When are Coronation Street and Emmerdale next on ITV?

Bad news for fans of soap operas: ITV has confirmed yet another scheduling adjustment to accommodate UEFA Euro 2024!

ITV has canceled Emmerdale and Coronation Street, which were scheduled to screen today evening, in favor of Austria vs. France starting at 7:15 p.m.

Both teams will begin their campaigns in Group D against each other in this match. Laura Woods will provide coverage, with Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Ian Wright, and Sam Matterface providing analysis and commentary.

Rather, viewers will be able to witness the entire event in the Dales on two consecutive episodes starting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18.

The storyline between sisters Toyah and Leanne Battersby is expected to change. Fans may tune in at 8 p.m. to see what the people of Weatherfield are up to.

Here is a full breakdown of this week’s Coronation Street schedule:

  • Monday 17th June – No episode
  • Tuesday 18th June – 8pm on ITV1
  • Wednesday 19th June – 8pm on ITV1
  • Thursday 20th June – No episode
  • Friday 21st June – 8pm on ITV1

Here is a full breakdown of this week’s Emmerdale schedule:

  • Monday 17th June – No episode
  • Tuesday 18th June – 7pm on ITV1
  • Wednesday 19th June – 7:30pm on ITV1
  • Thursday 20th June – No episode
  • Friday 21st June – 7:30pm on ITV1

During this week’s episodes, Leanne (Jane Danson) announces she is paying for baby Rose’s funeral out of her savings, but when Institute cult member Rowan lurks around the funeral, Leanne reveals that it was actually Rowan who paid for it.

In another scene, Lucy Fallon’s character Bethany Platt is terrified of her first task at her new job since she learns that her new editor wants her to write an article endorsing murderer Corey Brent (Maximus Evans).

After receiving the shocking news, Abi (Sally Carman-Duttine) tells her husband Kevin that Corey’s father Stefan is not only the owner of the magazine Bethany works for, but he also serves as a board director of the production business that produced the documentary.

As Samson refuses to change his narrative regarding Matty, Moira Dingle (Natalie J Robb) on Emmerdale takes a dark turn, saying that there are many ways to skin a cat.

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