The Masked Dancer and The Voice UK are postponed on Saturday as ITV pushes back the shows to make way for an ITV news special on the Queen.
Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Castle in Scotland last Thursday, all major TV networks have made changes to their regular programming and ITV is switching programming tomorrow.
Under the changes, The Masked Dancer now starts at 7pm, while The Voice UK starts at 8.30pm.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? starts at 10pm, with the quiz show followed by ITV News at 10.55pm. EFL highlights start at 11:20pm.
Earlier in the day, James Martin’s Saturday morning starts at 9:25 am and John and Lisa’s weekend kitchen follows at 11:35 pm.
James Martin’s Great British Adventure will air at 12.35pm and Gino’s Italy: Like Mamma Used To Make will air at 1.10pm.
ITV News will then air at 1.35pm, followed by Ainsley’s Caribbean Kitchen at 1.45pm.
Simply Raymond Blanc airs at 2.20pm and Dickinson’s Real Deal Winners airs at 2.50pm.
Meanwhile, Tipping Point: Best Ever Finals airs at 3:15 p.m.
Last week, a spokesman for the channel said: “ITV’s main channel will continue to make changes to its schedule to broadcast the important state events of the coming days, culminating in the historic State Funeral, with full and dedicated coverage from our news teams.”
The UK was put into a period of mourning on Thursday September 8 after Buckingham Palace announced the death of the Queen.
Since then, people have traveled to royal residences across Britain to leave flowers and cards in tribute.
On Tuesday evening, the Queen’s coffin flew to London, where she was taken to Westminster Hall to be laid out.
The Queen’s coffin previously arrived at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh before traveling south.
For four days, the public can queue to pay their respects to Her Majesty before her funeral on Monday.
Members of the public have queued for up to 12 hours to pay their respects to the late monarch.