ITV’s Corrie and Emmerdale to return next week with one-hour specials

Prince Philip

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ITV has announced when its soap operas Coronation Street and Emmerdale will return next week, after Prince Philip’s death resulted in a last-minute change in TV programming.
Corrie and Emmerdale fans were devastated when their favorite soaps were removed on Friday night, when ITV instead aired a special dedicated to the Duke of Edinburgh, with the BBC doing the same and removing EastEnders.

But ITV has now confirmed that Corrie and Emmerdale will be back at their regular time on Monday, April 12, and the two soaps will have hour-long specials on Tuesday to catch up.

Emmerdale will be on at 7 p.m. and Coronation Street will follow at 8 p.m.

Corrie fans will have to wait a little longer to find out what Carla and Peter are up to

Many fans had expressed their rage at the soaps being canceled, with one writing: “So stupid Corrie being canceled because of Prince Philip, how does that make sense. “

Another declaimed: “Why do we need a tribute to Prince Philip instead of #Emmerdale?” There can’t be anything they haven’t already said about him on TV today! “

A third added: “‘Say whatever you like about Prince Philip, but I just know that if this tough time he would have wanted us to watch #EastEnders #ripprincephilip”.

Prince Philip died peacefully at Windsor Castle, aged 99, on Friday
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News of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death forced Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford to end This Morning just after noon during an interview with Coronation Street star Alan Halsall.

“Alan, I’m sorry but I have to cut you off on some very important news,” Eamonn, 61, told Alan, who clearly had no idea what was going on as he smiled at the interruption. ‘Eamonn.

“We now need to finish This Morning and go straight to the ITV News room to find out more,” he added.

Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh at Royal Ascot in 2011
Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh at Royal Ascot in 2011
(Image: PA)

The screen immediately cut to the ITV news where a broadcaster, Lucrezia Millarini, confirmed the sad news about the Duke of Edinburgh.

The Duke of Edinburgh, who had recently been treated for pre-existing heart disease and infection, died on Friday morning, just two months before his 100th birthday.

A statement from Buckingham Palace said: “It is with deep sadness that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

“Her Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.

“Further announcements will be made in due course. The Royal Family will join people around the world in mourning their loss. “

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