What time is Emmerdale tonight?

What time is Emmerdale tonight? The ITV soap will air at a different time tonight.

What time is Emmerdale tonight?

Tonight (Wednesday March 30th) Emmerdale will air a little earlier at 6.45pm.

Usually, Emmerdale airs at 7pm every week. However, due to live international football, the soap will air earlier.


Emmerdale will air a little earlier tonight (Image Credit: ITV)

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The football game will be played against England for Poland with a kick-off at 7.45 p.m.

Because of football, this means Coronation Street won’t be broadcast tonight. Instead, the episodes will be tomorrow night (Thursday April 1st).

They air for one hour at 8 p.m. on ITV.

Where can I catch up with Emmerdale?

If you miss the start of today’s Emmerdale, you can catch up on episodes on ITV Hub.

What’s happening at Emmerdale tonight?

This week is a big week in Emmerdale. Earlier this week, Liv met Connor and found that Paul was the one who attacked Vinny.


Jimmy will end up crashing his truck (Credit: ITV)

In the meantime, Mandy and Paul have planned their wedding day.

In today’s scenes, Mandy has the nerve of the wedding day. Across the village, Aaron tries to get Vinny to open up. Will he tell him the truth about his father abusing him?

Emmerdale has announced that Jimmy will lose control of his truck later this week and bump into farm buildings.

Actor Reece Dinsdale revealed that the lives of four characters will be in the balance.

The Soap has confirmed that at least one character will be killed, but it remains clear to him who it is.


Fans have started speculating who they think will die (Credit: ITV)

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The bookies have published their favorite odds on who gets killed. Meanwhile, fans have already started speculating who it might be.

Some fans predict that Nicola King will be killed after discovering a clue.

Emmerdale normally airs on ITV at 7pm on weekdays, with an additional episode on Thursdays at 8pm.

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