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Emmerdale fans make desperate plea to bosses after major schedule shake-up

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Since a minor schedule adjustment was confirmed this week, many fans of the ITV soap opera Emmerdale have been calling for a significant change.
Fans of Emmerdale have expressed their displeasure with the TV show’s new broadcast time and are pleading with the executives to go back to the 7 PM time slot.

The ITV soap opera, which had previously aired for 30 minutes at 7 PM with an extended episode every Thursday, began airing at 7.30 PM every day in 2022, causing it to clash with BBC soap opera EastEnders.

Fans of the show were very critical of the schedule change. When the news was screened earlier this week, viewers expressed relief and quickly demanded that the adjustment be made permanent.

On social media, a number of fans shared their hopes. One wrote, “Wish you would put it back to 7pm permanently.”

This sentiment was echoed in other comments, one of which was from a viewer pleading not to like the hour-long news because sometimes they just repeat everything. Resurrect Emmerdale at 7:00 p.m. Please.

A third chimed in with: “I would love it to go back to 7pm,” reports the Mirror.

A third viewer tweeted: “I agree it’s better at 7pm,” and another chimed in with: “I stopped watching it after it went from 7 pm.”

Another fan expressed relief, saying: “Yes, back to the old time for a few days.

“This is much better, as it doesn’t mess up the evening’s viewing. It would be interesting to know why you changed it to 7.30 in the first place!”

This week’s deadly turns in the ITV soap opera’s drama left viewers in disbelief as a character passed away unexpectedly.

In light of the hit-and-run that occurred last week, there is much speculation that another character will be brought to justice for the murder.
Tragic events occurred when Emile Jonh’s character, Ethan Anderson, was seen collapsing and was subsequently taken to the hospital, where he tragically died. I

In yet another sinister turn, viewers gasped as James Chase’s character Tom King went to great lengths to get Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor Draper) back to the village.

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