Coronation Street fans fume as soap delayed due to another ITV schedule shake-up
Coronation Street fans fumed after ITV delayed airing the soap by 10 minutes.
On Monday (September 12), Queen Elizabeth II was put at rest in St Giles’ Cathedral as mourners gathered in the heart of the city to pay their respects to the late monarch.
King Charles III and his three siblings Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward held a vigil in her honour as they stood around her coffin and held a minute’s silence.
But as the nation mourned the longest reigning monarch in history, fans of the Manchester-based TV show flooded to Twitter to share their disappointment at the delay.
Viewers have been on the edges of their seats all weekend as they patiently waited for Friday’s episode which got pushed back following the Queen’s sudden death on Thursday (September 8).
In the nail-biting episode, tensions continue to rise in Weatherfield as Toyah faces years in prison for the death of Imran Habeeb.
The blonde bombshell's trial is set to air later this week after the pair were involved in a fatal car crash that killed the wealthy solicitor.
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