ITV Emmerdale and Coronation Street will air back-to-back this week to replace NTAs

The channel will air three episodes of Emmerdale and an hour-long edition of Coronation Street.

The NTAs were due to take place at Wembley’s OVO Arena on September 15, with the results scheduled to be broadcast live on ITV, but they will now be held on October 13 as a mark of respect for the late monarch.

In its place, fans can catch up on the long-running soaps that were originally scheduled to air September 12-14.

Emmerdale episodes will air on Thursday from 7.30pm to 9pm, followed by the Coronation Street episode which is scheduled for September 14, ITV has said.


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ITV TV program for the day of the Queen’s funeral

The broadcaster said it would continue to make changes to its main schedule to broadcast historic events over the coming days, culminating with the Queen’s funeral on Monday.

On the day of the funeral at Westminster Abbey, ITV will show uninterrupted live coverage, followed by a documentary chronicling the run-up to what is expected to be the largest outside broadcast in the company’s history.

A special program around the funeral and an extended News At Ten will follow.

All daytime programming from 6am to midnight will be broadcast simultaneously on the main channel, five digital channels and the ITV Hub – the first time the broadcaster has done so.

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