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EastEnders spoilers: Fans are enraged as soaps collide for a ‘hugely explosive’ week; also Emmerdale and Coronation Street news

SOAP fans have been left torn between their favorite soaps as Emmerdale and EastEnders go head-to-head as schedule shake-up starts this week.

The change, which takes effect on March 7, will see ITV’s Emmerdale relocate from its customary 7 pm time slot to 7.30 pm.

This implies that the rural drama will compete directly with BBC One’s EastEnders.

EastEnders will no longer air episodes on Fridays, instead opting for a “simplified schedule” of 7.30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8 p.m., it will show continuous hour-long episodes of Coronation Street.

EastEnders stated the new schedules would begin with a “hugely thrilling” week of plots, including the final reveal of serial killer Gray Atkins.

The revisions have enraged supporters, with many expressing their displeasure.

“How am I supposed to pick between you and Meenadale?” one questioned, referring to Emmerdale’s ongoing storyline featuring Meena Jutla.

“This new schedule will kill EastEnders, no one will tune in since they’ll be watching Emmerdale,” said another.

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8 p.m., it will show continuous hour-long episodes of Coronation Street.

EastEnders stated the new schedules would begin with a “hugely thrilling” week of plots, including the final reveal of serial killer Gray Atkins.

The revisions have enraged supporters, with many expressing their displeasure.

“How am I supposed to pick between you and Meenadale?” one questioned, referring to Emmerdale’s ongoing storyline featuring Meena Jutla.

“This new schedule will kill EastEnders, no one will tune in since they’ll be watching Emmerdale,” said another.

Inside Coronation Street stars Tina O’Brien and Ryan Thomas’s relationship

Tina O’Brien and Ryan Thomas met on the cobblestones 19 years ago and fell in love.

They were one of the soap’s hottest couples on and off-screen, but parted after six years together – and the relationship has reportedly become “fractious,” according to sources.

Their unexpected split in 2009 came just a year after they had a child together.

Since then, the soap actors have been co-parenting Scarlett, their 13-year-old daughter, who has scored her first soap role in Waterloo Road.

They’ve had a “wonderful connection” since playing Sarah Platt and Jason Grimshaw, as they negotiated life with their new partners.

Tina invited Ryan to her wedding on New Year’s Eve, so the ex-couple had spent Christmas together in the past.

Meena’s plan

Meena Jutla of EMMERDALE would try to drag her sister Manpreet Sharma down with her.

Meena was finally arrested and charged with the deaths of Andrea Tate, Ben Tucker, Leanna Cavanagh, and a girl named Nadine, much to the delight of Emmerdale fans. She was also accused with other offenses such as kidnapping and attempted murder.

Despite this, authorities have yet to obtain a confession from her, despite the fact that they have all of the evidence linking her to the crimes and the victims.

Next episode, she ups the ante by confessing to all of her misdeeds save Andrea’s murder.

Instead, she informs the police that Andrea was murdered by Manpreet.

What will be the outcome of all of this? Will the cops believe Meena?

Comeback tease

Charley Webb of EMMERDALE has teased a TV homecoming after leaving her role as Debbie Dingle.

The actress, who has played the character on the ITV serial for for two decades, has stated that she will return to our screens at some point in the future.

During an Instagram Q&A, a fan inquired if she planned to return to acting anytime soon.

“When the proper thing comes to me,” she said, “I’ll be back.” “I can hardly wait.”

However, the actress has not confirmed whether she has landed any other parts or if she intends to return to The Dales in the future.

Charley revealed that she left her position as Debbie a year ago.

Emmerdale to go head-to-head with EastEnders in schedule clash

SOAP lovers are outraged as Emmerdale and EastEnders go head-to-head in a schedule shuffle that begins this week.

The change, which takes effect on March 7, will see ITV’s Emmerdale relocate from its customary 7 pm time slot to 7.30 pm.

This means that the countryside soap will compete directly with BBC One’s EastEnders four days a week, with Emmerdale showing an hour-long episode on Thursdays.

EastEnders will no longer run episodes on Fridays, instead opting for a “simplified schedule” that will see it air at 7.30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8 p.m., it will show continuous hour-long episodes of Coronation Street.

EastEnders stated the new schedules would begin with a “hugely thrilling” week of plots, including the final reveal of serial killer Gray Atkins.

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