BBC announce MAJOR change to Eastenders beginning on March 7


The BBC has introduced a significant change to long-running cleaning soap Eastenders because the broadcaster introduced a significant schedule shake-up.

Eastenders, together with Medical doctors, might be transferring within the schedules with soaps operating from Monday to Thursday, which means Eastenders will not be proven on a Friday evening.

Medical doctors will proceed to air in its typical lunchtime slot at 1.45pm on BBC One however viewers will get one other alternative to look at in peak time when the drama will get its night debut at 7pm on BBC Two, making it obtainable to a complete new viewers.

The adjustments will come into impact from Monday, seventh March.

New BBC Eastenders schedule

From March 7, Eastenders might be broadcast 4 instances per week on BBC One from Monday to Thursday.

The complete schedule is as follows:

  • Monday: 7:30pm
  • Tuesday: 7:30pm
  • Wednesday: 7:30pm
  • Thursday: 7:30pm

The cleaning soap will proceed to stream on BBC iPlayer, EastEnders stays one in every of BBC iPlayer’s hottest reveals with over 285 million streams throughout 2021.

BBC Eastenders spoilers

BBC viewers will see the brand new set of Eastenders for the primary time. (PA/BBC)

Kate Oates, Head of Persevering with Drama, BBC Studios stated: “We’re delighted that, from seventh March, there might be new common time slots for EastEnders on BBC One, and Medical doctors on BBC Two.

“Each reveals have a loyal following; and this new simplified schedule means it’s even simpler for viewers to get their repair, in addition to having the ability to watch each time and wherever they select on iPlayer.

“EastEnders‘ new 7.30pm slot begins with a vastly thrilling week, as killer Grey Atkins is lastly uncovered…”

The beginning of the brand new schedule will coincide with viewers seeing the brand-new EastEnders set for the primary time on air in an especially dramatic week when the reality about Grey Atkins is lastly uncovered.

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