Is Emmerdale on tonight? How to watch the ITV soap

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Emmerdale is a popular ITV soap and it is a fan-favourite in the network’s evening schedule. This week (starting June 14), soaps like Emmerdale have experienced an overhaul as big networks are airing the football. has all you need to know about whether Emmerdale is on tonight (June 15) and how you can watch it.

Is Emmerdale on tonight?

Emmerdale has been a regular part of the evening TV schedule, with fans usually tuning in for new episodes at 7pm.

However, throughout June the primetime slots have been taken over by the Euros coverage, following a year-long delay.

The 2020 football competition was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, so this has been a long time coming.

The evening matches have been kicking off at around 8pm, with coverage starting from 7.30pm on various networks.

Today (June 15), the Euros kick off at 4pm with Hungary taking on Portugal in the first match.

Immediately after, from 7.10pm, France will take on Germany with actual kick-off starting at 8pm.

This means Emmerdale will not be airing tonight, but there is another way to watch this week’s episodes.

All of the episodes have been made available to watch on the ITV Hub, so fans can binge them.

The same can be said for Coronation Street as it moves onto the streaming platform for the week.

Emmerdale will return to its usual platform on Wednesday, June 16, at 6.45pm for those who do not have access to the ITV Hub.

There will be another episode at 8pm on Thursday and 7.30pm on Sunday.

As for Coronation Street, there will be an episode at 9pm on Thursday and 8pm on Sunday.

For those who are waiting to watch the episodes on the ITV network, they will have to try their best to avoid spoilers.

Some fans have chosen to watch the episodes as they air so they can Tweet along and share their thoughts.

However, there are some viewers who are excited to binge all of the episodes in one sitting.

In order to access the episodes via the ITV Hub, viewers will have to download the ITV Hub app onto whichever device they are using.

They will need to look for the episodes showing a ‘Hub Premiere’ logo, and they will be able to watch all of this week’s episodes in one go.

There is plenty to look forward to this week, as Liv (played by Isobel Steele) remains nowhere to be seen.

Aaron (Danny Miller) and Ben (Simon Lennon) take it upon themselves to find her and bring her home.

Meanwhile, Bernice (Samantha Giles) is on a mission of her own to win Liam (Johnny McPherson) back.

Fans have also been warned that Vic (Isabel Hodgins) will be dropping the ultimate bombshell.

Many other shows have been impacted by the schedule shake-up, including Eastenders, The One Show and The Chase.

The Euros will run until July 11, so fans can expect more disruption in the coming weeks.

A total of 11 host cities will be staging 51 fixtures this year.

Emmerdale is available to watch on the ITV Hub. 

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