ITV has confirmed that a missed episode of Coronation Street episode, due to air on Friday September 9, will now be shown on Monday September 12.
The episode will go out at 8pm on the channel and focuses on the lead up to Toyah Battersby’s murder trial.
This displaces Monday’s regular episode, leaving the soap still one episode behind.
ITV is also not going to air any Emmerdale on Monday, leaving the sister show behind as well.
The changing schedules come amid ongoing coverage of the Queen’s death
Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at the age of 66, following a reign of more than 70 years.
The longest running soap was visited by the late monarch last year, to mark 60 years on air.
Elizabeth was given a tour of the ITV drama’s studios in Trafford, Greater Manchester, including a stop off at the Rovers Return pub.
The monarch also walked down Weatherfield’s famous cobbled streets, meeting cast and crew members.
Her trip also saw her meet community groups at Manchester Cathedral.
The Queen, who asked how they had managed to keep filming during the pandemic, said to the cast and crew: ‘It’s really marvellous you’ve been able to carry on.’
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Longest running actor William Roache replied: ‘Well, ma’am, you’re the one who has carried on.’
The Queen previously visited Coronation Street in 1982 at its original studios in Manchester before the soap moved to Trafford in 2013.
Cast have been sharing tributes, from Daniel Brocklebank to Beverley Callard.
She had the sparkliest eyes x #QueenElizabeth
What a devastating moment in history. A very, very sad day indeed. Rest in peace, Maâam.
God save King Charles III.
A day Iâll never forget. RIP Your Majesty â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/3RPt7h5Hf8
Rest in peace. https://t.co/FCf4gVLGkb
Just landed back in the uk to hear the very sad news our beloved Queen has died.
Our dedicated loyal strong feisty woman.
May you Rest in Peace â¤ï¸
God bless King Charles
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