The rival Coronation Street and EastEnders series will have to fight for the New Year 's hearings because their one – hour broadcasts will be broadcast at the same time.
On the first day of 2019, when the two men broadcast their special episodes, viewers will have to choose the one they like the most, with Corrie and EastEnders scheduled for 8 pm, according to the new published schedules.
Emmerdale will avoid further clashes by broadcasting his special show from one o'clock to 7 pm, which means that there will be no worries for fans of the dales.
Hannah Spearritt of S Club 7 confirms that both concerts will be dramatic. She will return to her role as Kandice Taylor during the holiday season.
In addition, Alfie Moon has just returned and discovered that he had a child with his wife's cousin Kat, Hayley Slater, which would cause major chaos while the small bomb threatens to destroy the family.
Mick Carter is also expected to return to Christmas, no doubt seeking revenge against Stuart Highway, who romances with his wife Linda while he is being punished for a crime that he has not committed.
Meanwhile, on the cobblestones, Liz Mcdonald should be hit by a car in a shocking hit-and-run, while Audrey Roberts' novelist, Lewis Archer, could end a grim ending in the supposed soap stories holiday season.
Nigel Havers, who plays Lewis, himself suggested this, joking that his character is ready for a "sinister" scenario.
The BBC's Christmas program, meanwhile, should include an EastEnders program, Strictly Come Dancing, Call the Midwife, and the special program of Mrs. Brown's Boys – as well as the big Christmas show Michael McIntyre.
It will also feature films such as My Week With Marilyn, the remake of The 2016 Jungle Book and Wallace and Gromit: The Creepy Rabbit Curse.