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Ben Shatliff1,076 posts since 30 Aug 2003
Granada North West Today
Only one Emmerdale episode next Monday as well, thanks to the rest of the schedule being shifted back half an hour because of a feature length Downton Abbey.


As much as I am a great fan of Downton Abbey and look forward to the movie very soon; it is a great shame we are seeing episodes of Emmerdale reduced.

I know we do well with 10 episodes a week but we will suddenly fall behind this very quick schedule if this continues.

I would imagine the plane crash storyline will now be in December if not later looking how the schedule is going.

I have enjoyed watching but I don’t like schedule mis match where episodes are reduced or not shown at all.

It's only losing episodes to show the odd extended Downton Abbey isn't it - otherwise it remains at two per day I think. That said I think every premiere and closing ep of Downton was 90 minutes, which in itself annoyed me as generally thought they could get two episodes out of their 90 minute eps so they might as well have.



You are right; it was each Season Opener and Closer which usually lasted 90-95 minutes. I am a great fan of Downton Abbey and was one of the millions watching those extended episodes. I suppose in a few weeks it will all be over and then back to 10 episodes a week.

Just a shame Emmerdale is being cut that's all.
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JasonB5,128 posts since 20 Sep 2003
London London
We've lost Emmerdale to Downton and Coronation Street to horse racing. Have they had breaks for these programmes since the Corrie repeats started in 2017 apart from Christmas?
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Rolling News840 posts since 27 Dec 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today
Well I certainly got a shock this evening. I turned on Emmerdale tonight for the first time in years and thought I recognised one of the actors. It turns out Jurell Carter, who plays Nate Robinson, was in my class at school! I'm not sure many of you will find that really interesting but it was certainly a surprise for me!
BM111,017 posts since 2 Jun 2017
London London
Well I certainly got a shock this evening. I turned on Emmerdale tonight for the first time in years and thought I recognised one of the actors. It turns out Jurell Carter, who plays Nate Robinson, was in my class at school! I'm not sure many of you will find that really interesting but it was certainly a surprise for me!

It is interesting. A relative had a similar experience the other year catching an ex school freind on Eastenders.
TomJ23 posts since 10 Oct 2010
London London
I've noticed over the last few months that, curiously, there seem to have been two versions of the title card. One is much more nicely rendered than the other, which has a much more pronounced drop shadow. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason as to when each one shows up. These were today's first and second episodes:

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Ben Shatliff1,076 posts since 30 Aug 2003
Granada North West Today
I've noticed over the last few months that, curiously, there seem to have been two versions of the title card. One is much more nicely rendered than the other, which has a much more pronounced drop shadow. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason as to when each one shows up. These were today's first and second episodes:

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I think I have noticed that too. I wonder if this was all part along with the end credits of getting ready for the new titles and music to air in a few weeks?

These current titles are the last to feature the farm in the centre name cap.
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