EastEnders has moved times in the schedules
EastEnders will now be shown 15 minutes later than originally planned as the BBC shook up its Tuesday evening schedule.
Originally EastEnders was going to be shown at the late time of 9.15pm, but it's been announced that it will be shown even later at 9.30pm - one of the very latest times it's ever been on its long history. The BBC has made the later time shift presumably because it's concerned the France v Belgium World Cup semi-final could over run if it goes to extra time.
Tonight's episode of EastEnders sees Cora Cross reluctantly leaving baby Abi with Max and Rainie for the day. She later visits Patrick, complaining to him about all that’s going on with her great granddaughter.
Meanwhile, the BBC has also further shaken up its Wednesday night schedule – for full listings check here. They have now revealed that they won’t be showing the latest episode of Our Girl. We presume they were worried that if they showed Our Girl on Wednesday evening, it would suffer in the ratings as the majority of viewers will be tuning in to ITV to watch England v Croatia.
It's not yet been announced when this episode of the Michelle Keegan will be shown.
We will update you on any further changes!
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