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Coronation Street new schedule: When is Coronation Street on this week?

Coronation Street has seen plenty of drama on the cobbles over the years and now is no different with various storylines keeping fans of the ITV show hooked. But there has been drama away from the show as well in recent months with the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately for fans, the problems caused by COVID-19 have now hit the street.

In the ITV weekday drama, Gemma Winter (played by Dolly-Rose Campbell) is struggling to cope with her newborn quadruplets.
Mum Bernie (Jane Hazlegrove) has spotted the signs of post-natal depression and is eager to help so has moved in with her daughter and Chesney Brown (Sam Aston) to lighten the load.
But with Chesney still in the dark about how Gemma is not coping with being a new mum to four babies, the mum and daughter duo are doing their best to juggle mental health issues and the newborns.
However, this is far from the only issue on the cobbles.

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David Platt’s (Jack P Shepherd) wife Shona (Julia Goulding) is still suffering from severe memory loss and amnesia after she was shot during the Christmas winter wonderland chaos.
She is continually refusing to see David and has now requested a divorce as she cannot remember who he is.
Meanwhile, abusive Geoff (Ian Bartholomew) is still up to no good as he is now cheating on wife Yasmeen (Shelley King) with an escort.
But following a request made by Alya (Sair Khan) for information on Geoff’s background with the help of Claire’s Law, the police have details about his past which could give Yasmeen the courage to leave her husband for good.
So will she listen to the officers or continue to live in fear of Geoff and what he’s going to do next.

When is Coronation Street on this week? 

On Sunday, March 22, ITV announced filming would stop on both Coronation Street and fellow soap Emmerdale.
This came after news BBC’s Eastenders had halted filming new episodes while the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread.
These are just a few of many shows which have decided to stop making new shows in a bid to try and put an end to the pandemic sooner rather than later.
But it is also thanks to the coronavirus that there will now also be fewer episodes of Coronation Street airing every week.

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These are usually made up of half-hour episodes with two being shown every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
However, with filming now stopped on the Manchester-based soap opera, Coronation Street will be halving its number of weekly episodes.
From today, Monday, March 30, there will be just one episode being aired instead of two, three days a week at 7.30pm.

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There has been no timeline given as to how long this temporary schedule will last but this will, of course, depend on the progress made with keeping the COVID-19 outbreak under control.
Emmerdale has followed suit and will also be shown just three nights a week on the same days as Coronation Street until further notice.
Coronation Street is on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm on ITV.

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Coronation Street spoilers: Yasmeen Nazir in danger as she goes to the police

Geoff Metcalfe’s (played by Ian Bartholemew) has been abusing Coronation Street’s Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) not just emotionally but physically since they returned from their honeymoon last year, but Yasmeen has refused to see the damage. However, Alya Nazir’s (Sair Khan) words are finally getting through to Yasmeen and this week will see her go to the police to find out about Geoff’s past, but will this leave her in more danger? 

Alya has been getting closer and closer to exposing Geoff for the abuser he really is, but Yasmeen has been dragging her feet. 

For weeks now, Geoff has done everything in his power to get full control off Yasmeen, whether that be taking away her credit cards or killing her pet chicken and eating it. 

Geoff started messing with Alya as well, alarm bells started ringing and the granddaughter has been fighting to get Yasmeen to leave Geoff for good. 

But when Geoff tells Alya he is also going to Spain for Zeedan’s wedding, Alya goes investigating and realises he is lying. 

Not only this Yasmeen will decide to dig into Geoff’s past after Alya’s comments and looks at his computer, however, she is caught red-handed.

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However, when Alya confronts Geoff he will pretend he is having chest pains, and Yasmeen will tell Alya the holiday will have to wait. 

Alya recently went to the police in the hopes of finding out more about Geoff’s past so she could show Yasmeen concrete evidence. 

But, with Geoff in hospital for a faked heart attack, Alya will finally start getting through to Yasmeen and the abused woman will go to the police herself. 

In upcoming scenes, viewers will see Yasmeen taking some control back and organising a secret meeting with two police officers. 

The police will inform her Geoff does in fact have a criminal past, but will this be enough for Yasmeen to finally escape him?

Viewers already know Geoff was once charged with affray after an incident with another partner, but there will be a lot more to be discovered this week. 

Whatever it is that Geoff has done in the past will make Yasmeen consider walking out on her husband and go on holiday without him. 

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Geoff isn’t stupid though and has a way of finding out every little detail in Yasmeen’s life.

But what will happen when he finds out she has committed the ultimate betrayal going behind his back?

Shelley King recently spoke to Metro.co.uk about what the future holds for Geoff and Yasmeen. 

She explained: “Yasmeen’s gradual realisation comes – but she is still questioning; you will see it’s not quite as easy as her just leaving.

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“I would urge people to hang in there – it’s a great exploration of the psychology of relationships like this, which have happened since civilisation began.

“There’s lots more to come – and I think we have enough episodes up until the summer.

“We shot the last episode and that was due to go out in May so we should have episodes up until June and July.”

If you or anyone you know has been affected by Yasmeen’s storyline, please find more information by visiting the Women’s Aid website or call Refuge on 0808 2000 247.

Coronation Street continues on ITV on Wednesday at 7:30pm.

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Who Is Nathan Hale On ‘Westworld’? Charlotte’s Life Is More Complicated Than Fans Realize

When Dolores left the Westworld park at the very end of Season 2, she didn’t do in her own body. Instead, she rode out inside a host version of Charlotte Hale, the Delos Executive Director. It was the perfect disguise; no one but Bernard and Dolores knew the real Charlotte was dead. It also put the company’s current leader in the crisis under Dolores’ control. But it turns out Dolores didn’t account for how complicated Charlotte’s life was. After learning more about her life, fans are asking: Who is Nathan Hale on Westworld? Did it not occur to anyone Charlotte might be a working mom? Warning: Spoilers for Westworld Season 3 follow.

For Dolores, impersonating someone like Charlotte, who she views as an uncomplicated villain, is a simple task. But Dolores is a true believer in the cause and a zealot. Using Charlotte’s body is merely another tool, a means to an end. But that’s not true for everyone.

Viewers don’t know who it is driving Charlotte’s body, only that Dolores left the park for five host marble "units" to plant. One is Bernard. Two more are planted in Charlotte and Conells. Fans don’t know who Dolores planted in them, but there are plenty of guesses, including Teddy, Angela, and Clementine, all of whom are loyal.

But whoever is it, they discover taking over Charlotte’s life is a struggle. Not just the stress of running Delos, but balancing family with it. It nearly breaks her when her ex-husband, Jake, turns up to take her to task for forgetting to pick up their son, Nathan.

Charlotte has a son. Or, well, the late Charlotte Hale had a son. And whoever is running her body just found themselves having to convince a very perceptive child that she is their mother.

Under such a load, it’s not surprising that whoever it is inside Charlotte’s body starts self-harming. It’s the implant rejecting the body. It takes Dolores’ full attention to calm them down, and pep talks them back into focusing on the mission. There is one thing that seems to help, a mysterious set of tones the host listens to on Charlotte’s phone. It’s not clear what the sounds are, but it seems to be self-soothing.

When the host arrives to pick up Charlotte’s son at the playground, they discover the "friend with a dog" Nathan’s been wanting a playdate with, Tommy, is an older man. As Tommy talks Nathan through "slowly petting" his dog, it’s obvious he’s grooming the kid for sexual abuse.

At that moment, whoever it is inside Charlotte realizes the truth. Nathan knows deep down this is not his mommy. They’ll never be able to fake it. But they can protect this poor motherless child from the horrors of this world. The original Charlotte was a predator, and being a mother who loved her child didn’t change that.

Charlotte murders Tommy in the playground, out of the sight of prying eyes and cameras, protecting her son and countless others. Charlotte has once again discovered her inner predator. As a bonus, now her son has a dog, someone who will love him unconditionally. It may not make up for the loss of a parent, but it will have to do.

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Vikings plot hole: Fans spot major error with Rollo’s name

Each episode of Vikings chronicles a decisive moment in the age of the fearsome clans of medieval warriors. However, as the History series comes to an end, some viewers have been criticising some glaring historical inaccuracies. 



Written solely by historian and writer Michael Hirst, each series of Vikings has traced the rise and fall of the great warrior Ragnar Lothbrok (played by Travis Fimmel). 

When Ragnar was finally defeated in season four, his son, Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig), took his helm and eventually ascended to the position of King himself. 

His kingdom has been under threat from invading Rus forces, his rival Ivar the Boneless (Alex Høgh Andersen) and the approaching influence of Christianity from Europe.

While the series takes some liberties from the history books, the general scope of the series is largely based on true historical events.

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However, one studious viewer has taken it upon themselves to write an extensive blog to uncover all the major factual errors with the show, whilst providing illuminating details the series might have missed.

In the seventh episode of season one, A King’s Ransom, Rollo (Clive Standen) is forced to undergo a Christian baptism at the behest of King Aelle (Ivan Blakeley Kaye). 

King Aelle would eventually throw Ragnar into a pit of venomous snakes, but in this episode he merely incites a disagreement with Rollo and his friend Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård) when the former turns his back on the Norse gods.  

While this episode is a crucial insight into the subtle ways Christianity began to encroach onto Scandinavia during the age of Vikings, this particular fan takes issue with the character of Rollo as a whole.

The blogger said: “Firstly, Rollo’s birth name was Hrolfr, and Rollo was the Christian name that he took after baptism.”

Rollo, known by his Norse name Hrolfr as well as Rollon in France, was a real historical figure who eventually became the first ruler of Normandy, which became a Viking settlement in the 9th century. 

His name has been at the centre of some historical dispute, with some claiming he took on the name Robert after Baptism. 

However, this blogger claims Michael Hirst’s series throws the issue of Rollo’s true name into complete disarray, partly due to the inconsistent nature of this particular episode.

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They continued: “I don’t quite understand why the History Channel had to switch the two.  I mean… I guess Rollo is a cooler name than Ralph. 

“But with other names like Lagertha, Gyda, Siggy, Floki… I’m fairly certain that nobody would have been turned off by a Hrolfr thrown in there.”

The viewer conceded that the show’s method of simplifying Old Norse names for ease of pronunciation, both the cast and the viewers, was often necessary. 

Although, as this fan points out, with Rollo’s true name essentially boiling down to a version of ‘Ralph’, it’s hard to say why the show’s producers thought it best to switch his name around like this.

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This dispute over Viking naming conventions is a strange yet interesting element of the series that nevertheless proves younger viewers shouldn’t rely on the series to pass their History exams. 

It’s also wise to remember that the kingdom of Kattegat is a largely fictional realm invented to streamline the show’s locations, and some of the more supernatural moments obviously never happened. 

Despite the series becoming infamous for glaring errors like this, season six is still set to be one of the most gripping final instalments of any historical show. 

Vikings season 6 is streaming on Amazon Prime now.


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Countryfile guest issues warning over coronavirus panic buying

Countryfile aired from Herefordshire tonight as the hosts returned to give viewers their weekly fix of rural news. The show featured a segment on the impact of food production amid the coronavirus this evening as one guest urged people to stop panic buying during a discussion with presenter Tom. 

Tom is known for hosting some of the more gloomy items on the show as last week he was seen investigating the impact of Brexit on the UK food trade. 

This week, the host was back to give some insight into another pressing issue of late, the outbreak of COVID-19.

He was seen speaking to some of those involved in food production as to whether the virus would have a negative effect on the industry. 

Tom noted: “Whether you live in the town or out here in the countryside, coronavirus has changed the way we live. 

“And of course, that includes what we eat. From empty shelves, to shoppers queueing round the block, there are clear pressures facing the UK’s food supply. 

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“So how are our farmers and food producers doing in the face of this unprecedented crisis? Well being mindful of the need for social distancing, I’m off to find out.”

Tom met up with Martin Williams, a farmer with nearly 40 years experience in the trade, who had been experiencing a tough year before the virus hit. 

Martin explained: “We’ve lived through a period of flooding, last autumn was almost impossible to plant any crops. We’ve had seven floods in the Wye since December – some of the highest floods we’ve ever seen.

“So to come out of the Spring into this next event just seems unbelievable.”

As Tom probed him on how the coronavirus had affected the farm so far, Martin added: “We’re having to take biosecurity a lot more seriously due to coronavirus. 

“It is a big issue and social distancing is very vital at the moment in particular,” as Tom questioned Martin on supply. 

The farmer noted: “Food is not short, that’s the message you can’t explain enough to people standing outside Tesco. 

“There is food around, so don’t fret,” he continued as viewers were quick to react to the segment, taking to Twitter to express their views. 

One wrote: “The positive thing coming out of this health crisis is that people realise they’ve the best fresh food right at their doorstep! Our lcl greengrocer and butcher haven’t been as busy for a long time! They’re a lifeline for the village we need to be the lifeline for them later #countryfile.”

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Another added: “#Food #people #panicbuyinguk @BBCCountryfile #countryfile – The programme pushing a positive message – THE FOOD IS THERE! There is plenty to go around – if we are all sensible and fair. There’s no need to do more than a normal weekly shop!!! #plentyforall

A third commented: “@BBCCountryfile saying that the big impact of #Covid_19 isn’t on food production, its on food distribution- getting it to consumers. I’m sure that’s right. #countryfile.”

“The food is there #Countryfile,” shared another viewer. 

As the programme continues to adapt to the ongoing outbreak and new government advice, host Ellie Harrison explained what was to come next week.

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“There’s just time to let you know about the special programme we’ve got coming up next week – 24 hours in the lambing shed.

“We were able to get out just before coronavirus really kicked to bring you all the action as lambing got underway. 

Hosts Helen Skelton and Adam Henson, who owns a sheep farm, will be amongst those involved with next weekend’s special. 

The show issued a notice at the end of the episode tonight giving viewers further information about when it was filmed. 

Reassuring viewers, the announcement explained: “The majority of Countryfile filming took place prior to government advice on self-isolation and social distancing.”

Countryfile continues on Sunday at 7pm on BBC One. 

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Queen star Brian May ‘honoured’ as We Will Rock You becomes anthem of hope in video

Queen’s Brian May shared an incredible video on Instagram of people in Chicago taking part in an epic singalong to the bands songs, including the irrepressible We Will Rock You. As the city endured a similar lockdown as UK residents are experiencing amid the ongoing spread of COVID-19, they turned to the rock giants to bring some joy and hope to their Friday night. The people of Chicago were invited to take part in a mass singalong to We Will Rock You and We Are the Champions.

May uploaded a video of the light show and singalong in view of his 2.3 million Instagram followers, saying he was “honoured” to have been included via the medium of music.

“Honoured to be a part of this,” he wrote. “Chicagoans, WE ARE WITH YOU!”

Chicagoans leaned out of windows or joined in from balconies and the comfort of their own apartments.

Some turned their own homes into miniature discos, lighting up buildings with an array of colours.

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The air was filled with people singing, whistling and cheering.

And, on the night, Queen guitarist May sent a special message to those in Chicago taking part.

“Hello beautiful people of Chicago! Sing, dance, be merry,” he said in a video, quipping: “Great choice of music, by the way.

“We can do this, you know,” he added.

“I’m speaking to you from England, little old England, where we have the same stuff and we are under the same lockdown.

“Take care, guys,” he urged. “We will get through. And we will see you soon I hope.”

The Queen singalong was co-hosted by radio station WDRV 97.1FM, who invited listeners to stand on their porches, balconies or at their windows to participate on Friday night.

Chicago’s Willis Tower and Prudential Building became an impressive light show for the occasion.

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Their lights were altered to illuminate in red, white and blue as the radio played The Star Spangled Banner followed by We Will Rock You and We Are the Champions.

Prior to the night, the director of branding and content said they hoped to “install a strong sense of community while preserving ever-critical social distancing regulations”.

The move was inspired by videos of the residents of Italy fostering togetherness by singing from their balconies in recent weeks as they continue to endure a strict lockdown due to the severity of the coronavirus outbreak in their country.

After Queen’s iconic tracks were played, Chicagoans sang along to John Lennon’s Imagine.

May and his Queen bandmate Roger Taylor have been using the lockdown to connect with fans via social media.

The guitarist has been sharing a series of “micro-concerts” on his Instagram page, showing off his guitar skills by playing some of Queen’s biggest hits and taking requests to cover other artists.

Taylor, meanwhile, has been giving drumming tutorials and revealing his tips and tricks as the drummer for one of the most successful rock bands of all time.

May has urged fans to “keep calm and create” amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Coronation Street spoilers: Tracy Barlow and Steve McDonald in shock joint exit

Tracy Barlow (played by Kate Ford) and Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) have been struggling recently and looking for ways to spice up their relationship, but the couple could be leaving the cobbles for a different reason very soon. Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) has been struggling since his wife Sinead Tinker (Katie McGlynn) died last year, but after proposing to Bethany Platt (Lucy Fallon) in recent scenes, Tracy and Simon could be looking to help however they can. 

It’s been a rocky road for Daniel, not only did his wife Sinead die tragically last year, but he was also left with baby Bertie. 

As viewers will remember, just before Sinead died, Daniel and Bethany shared a kiss, and the two have been on and off since. 

But when Daniel proposed to Bethany, with Sinead’s ring, it proved he wasn’t really over his wife. 

Tracy and Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) and Ken Barlow (Bill Roache) recently encouraged the troubled young man to retreat to Scotland to work himself out, but could they all be next?

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In upcoming scenes, it seems Tracy and Steve could be looking to make the same move. 

Bethany ended things with Daniel after the shock proposal but decided to bargain with him. 

She agreed she would move to Scotland too and live nearby so that Daniel wouldn’t be completely alone with Bertie. 

After a lot of fighting, Daniel agreed and the three left the cobbles.

Tracy and Steve have only recently bought Ken’s house after he finally agreed to move to Still Waters’s retirement home. 

The pair have even taken on Ken’s dog Eccles after he made an emotional farewell to the cobbles after 60 years. 

However, Tracy and Steve will make the decision to visit Scotland just as Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell) breaks up with Seb Franklin (Harry Visioni).

But will Tracy be left to go alone? Or will Emma join them?

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Emma hasn’t been able to get over the fact that Seb was visibly jealous when David Platt (Jack. P. Shepherd) started dating his ex-Alina Pop (Ruxandra Porojnicu).

But Emma will tell Seb to move out for good in upcoming scenes and could be leaving for Scotland with her dad. 

Steve will tell Emma that they could be gone for good, but Emma will assure him that things will be fine. 

Will she return though? Or is this Emma’s last time in Weatherfield?

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Elsewhere on Coronation Street,  fans have been left unsettled by Yasmeen Nazir’s (Shelley King) coercive control storyline, which has seen her new husband Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholemew) take over her life.

But in upcoming scenes she could be forced to choose between the evil Geoff and her granddaughter Alya Nazir (Sair Khan).

Viewers want to know when this story will end though as Geoff’s abuse has gone from emotional to psychological. 

Will Yasmeen be able to escape Geoff’s abusive clutches before it’s too late? 

Coronation Street continues Monday on ITV at 7.30pm.

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Gordon Ramsay on Saturday Night Takeaway prank: ‘Are you guys f**king nuts?’

During tonight’s episode of Saturday Night Takeaway, Ant and Dec gave viewers a throwback to the time they pranked chef Gordon Ramsay, 53, while he was filming Masterchef USA. While the TV chef was in shock, he said: “Are you guys f***** nuts?”

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After Ant and Dec went undercover as a maintenance team to try to fix Gordon’s dressing room door, the pair then revealed that his door was “open all the time”.

Full with rage, Gordon raged: “No, no are you seriously…

“Are you guys f***** nuts?”

The pair then revealed that Gordon was being pranked and he was on Saturday Night Takeaway.

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Ant said: “We are not Juan and Juan, we are Ant and Dec,” while waiting for the chef to clock who they really were.

Ant continuedl: “You’re on Saturday Night Takeaway!”

Soon after, Gordon shied away from the cameras while in shock, and hugged the presenters as they were all laughing.

After sitting down with his hands over his face while Ant and Dec were laughing, he said: “I’m gonna f***** get you back like no tomorrow.”

Happy to see a return of the iconic prank that was filmed in 2014, fans of the show took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the show.

One wrote: “Absolutely Crying @antanddec pranking @GordonRamsay #OldButGold.”

Another told their followers that the undercover was one of their favourites as they wrote: “One of my favourite undercovers ever!

“I don’t know how you didn’t wet yourselves when Gordon Ramsey was yelling at you @antanddec #saturdaynighttakeaway.” (sic)

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One thanked Ant and Dec for cheering them up by showing the undercover clip on the show, as they wrote: “That Gordon Ramsey undercover has really cheered me up thanks for showing that one again! #SaturdayNightTakeway.”

Gordon Ramsay’s daughter, Matilda, 18, is currently dating This Morning’s star chef, Gino D’Acampo’s son, Luciano, 18.

Gino revealed how they were both informed that they were dating while they were with First Dates star Fred Sirieix in the US filming Gordon, Gino & Fred: American Road Trip.

The ITV chef explained that they both found out while he was on FaceTime with his son as he said: “I FaceTime my son Luciano during the trip and he was in a restaurant and he was saying ‘Hi’ to Gordon and all of a sudden, Tilly appears.

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“Look, I don’t care, it’s nothing to do with me, but Gordon cares, of course,” he continued.

Gino then said: “Because if something happens serious then Matilda will be called Matilda D’Acampo!

“Gordon hates that. Can you imagine it?”

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Killing Eve season 3 release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is the new series out?

BBC hit series Killing Eve is coming back again for another thriller season, which is expected to pick up from the end of the last run. The second outing finished on a shocking note and fans are desperate to find out what will happen next. Season three will see a new writer taking on the reins of the show in the form of Fear The Walking Dead’s Suzanne Heathcote.

When will Killing Eve season 3 be released?

Season three of Killing Eve will be airing on BBC America in the US on Sunday, April 12 at 9pm Eastern Standard Time.

The premiere has been brought forward by three weeks after AMC Networks Entertainment Group confirmed the news.

Killing Eve season three was originally supposed to air on April 26 but due to the coronavirus outbreak and a mass lockdown, AMC Networks decided to bring the premiere date forward.

The BBC iPlayer in the UK will be airing the show early as well with the first episode hitting the streaming platform on Monday, April 13.

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Season three consists of eight episodes, like its predecessors and will be broadcast on a weekly basis.

Episodes of season three will be dropping on BBC iPlayer from 6am BST on Mondays in Britain.

This is the first time British and American broadcasts for Killing Eve have been so close together with the show airing Stateside before coming to the UK.

However, there will only be a matter of hours in the difference between transmission on both sides of the Atlantic.

Who is in the cast of Killing Eve season 3?

Grey’s Anatomy star Sandra Oh will be reprising her critically acclaimed role as the titular Eve Polastri.

Joining her will be Doctor Foster and Thirteen actress Jodie Comber as the bonkers hitwoman Villanelle.

Fiona Shaw will be returning as Eve’s shady boss Carolyn Martens, who is the head of the Russian Section at MI6 and is known for rocking a sharp outfit.

Owen McDonnell is putting on the mantle of Eve’s long-suffering husband and secondary school teacher Niko Polastri again.

Other returning cast members are likely to be Kim Bodnia as Konstantin Vasiliev, Nina Sosanya as Jess and Sean Delaney as Kenny Stowton.

There will also be some new faces in season three as the story expands.

What will happen in Killing Eve season 3?

WARNING: This section contains spoilers from Killing Eve season 2

Season three will be picking up from the shocking cliff-hanger which saw Villanelle shoot Eve in the back and leave her for dead.

The show will see Villanelle continue her various hits as fans find out about Eve’s fate.

Also, the new series could address whether MI6 operative Hugo (Edward Bluemel) did get bumped off or made it out alive.

Perhaps season three could also look into the nefarious and shadowy syndicate known only as the Twelve.

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Is there a trailer for Killing Eve season 3?

Yes, following the news Killing Eve was going to be debuting earlier than expected, BBC America shared a video.

The video is narrated by Villanelle, who says: “I’ve just had a really bad break up.”

Villanelle believes Eve is dead and gone, allowing her to move on and continue assassinating people with her usual flair and on point outfits.

However, there’s a twist after Villanelle gets a nasty shock when she finds out Eve is still alive.

The two women will continue to face off against one another as the complex dynamic continues.

Killing Eve will be premiering on BBC America on Sunday, April 12 and BBC One on Monday, April 13

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Brendan O’Carroll wife: The real reason his first marriage fell apart

Before he made a living of dressing up in drag in front of the camera he was married to his first wife, who is also the mother of his children.

Who was Brendan O’Carroll’s first wife?

Brendan O’Carroll’s first wife was Doreen O’Carroll and the couple tied the knot in 1977.

They were wed 22 years but separated in 1999 just before Brendan’s career started to take off.

The couple met in a basement club in Dublin which Brendan has described as love at first sight.

In his biography he reminisces of the time: “She was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen in my life.

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“She had pierced ears, her head shaved back, a black Crombie coat with a velvet collar, black polo neck, black three-quarter-length skirt, black knee-length stockings and black loafers.

“I thought she looked incredible. I knew then I wanted her to be my girlfriend. She was just so special.”

During their marriage, Doreen and Brendan had three children, two of which also feature on Mrs Brown’s Boys alongside Brendan.

However tragically their first child together, who the couple named Brendan was born with spina bifida and died just days after he was born.

The Irish actor opened up on the loss of his first son to broadcaster Gay Byrne and said: “It was absolutely devastating. It tore my heart out. It still does.”

Brendan went on to say: “I had prepared in my mind, the white picket fence, swing in the garden, taking him to the zoo,

“I had all these things planned, but then that happened, and the plans all went out the window and I couldn’t find peace in myself.”

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After going their separate ways in 1999, Brendan has admitted he regrets the way their relationship ended.

He said: “I would rather it [the break up] had have happened earlier, that I had been more honest.

“I was also very arrogant. I thought, ‘Well, I can’t leave because if I do she will fall apart,’ which was terribly selfish and arrogant of me.”

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