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Queen Elizabeth II Funeral TV Schedules Review – Deadline

Queen Elizabeth II Funeral TV Schedules Review – Deadline

British broadcasters are revising their TV schedules each day ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral next Monday, striking a balance between tribute programming and some shows that were previously due to air.

Queen Elizabeth II died Thursday at the age of 96 and the country is in mourning, with tributes pouring in from around the world and multiple events cancelled.

All the stations told Deadline that they are taking a daily approach to their programming and airing updates every 24 hours. Schedules are expected to return almost completely to normal after the funeral, which will probably be one of the most watched television broadcasts of all time.

BBC One’s daily offering today (September 12) is still leaning towards the tribute, while BBC Two is almost back to normal.

The new King Charles III has just entered Westminster Hall and BBC One is showing Westminster Tributes his mother from politicians. The afternoon will be dominated by a Service to HM the Queen which will take place in Scotland, the nation in which the Queen’s coffin is currently held, at Edinburgh’s St Giles Cathedral before heading to London tomorrow.

the evening will see Our Queen Remembered in a special episode of daily magazine format the unique show, but dramas EastEnders Y The capture it will subsequently be issued as planned.

The latter faces the ITV the suspect on BBC and ITV’s Battle of the Big Budget Thrillers at 9pm

ITV is similarly showing Queen Elizabeth II: lying in repose coverage until today afternoon and is currently airing The King’s Tour – Westminster.

an extended ITV news at ten The special will take place starting at 10 pm, followed by Mary Nightingale doc. Queen Elizabeth II.

Channel 4, which was the first channel to start returning to normal programming by airing shows like glasses box on Friday, it is also being reviewed daily and will be updated on special schedule.

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Some major TV events have been delayed, such as Sky’s highly anticipated drama starring Kenneth Branagh and Boris Johnson. this England, which details the early days of the Covid pandemic under the Johnson government and has been pushed back a week to respect the mourning period. No edits will be made to the drama in light of the Queen’s passing.

annual ITV National Television Meanwhile, the awards have been pushed back a month to Thursday, October 13.

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