While this week is still out as previously planned, many TV shows are expected to be rescheduled in the next weeks following Queen Elizabeth II''s tragic death.
, and the rest of the many big TV shows in the Autumn TV schedule that will now air on a different week as a sign of respect.
When are all of your favorite TV shows coming to the market today, and will they also feature the same number of episodes as previously planned?
As new information is available, this page will be kept up, but here''s all we know so far...
Strictly Come Dancing 2022
The first episode of The Queen''s funeral was originally scheduled to premiere on Saturday, September 17 but since this date comes just a few days before the Queen''s funeral, it is thought that the BBC has made the decision to postpone the first episode, possibly until later this month.
We believe that the series will continue to run for the same amount of episodes, but they might well lead us closer to Christmas than we thought.
National Television Awards 2022
The premiere of the show on ITV on Thursday, September 15, was scheduled to begin on Thursday, October 15, but this date has been postponed until Thursday, October 13 at 8pm.
Viewers have also been paused in order to reflect the period of national mourning. The public vote will resume on Tuesday, September 20, at 9am, and will remain open until the day of the ceremony.
The Great British Bake Off 2022
Fans of baking will be amazed to know that the original air date is still out, and it will begin on Tuesday, September 13 at 8 pm on Channel 4.
The new season ofwill will be announced onNetflixand in the United States until Saturday, September 16 as planned.
Ghosts season 4
Season 4 was due to premiere on the BBC on Friday, September 23 but it was considered appropriate to postpone the launch of the new season to a later date. This will again bring the BBC back in the autumn.
Bloodlands season 2
On Sunday, September 18, James Nesbitt would be returned to the service as he interrupted his fellow detective, but this has been pushed back to a later date. The second season of the Jed Mercurio drama will now air on BBC One later in the autumn.
This is a major new three-part BBC One drama headed by Keeley Hawes, which was scheduled to premiere on Monday, September 19, but as this is the date of the Queen''s state funeral, the date has changed. It''s believed the drama will now air later this month.
Am I Being Unreasonable?
The introduction of this new comedy drama starring Daisy May Cooper was originally planned to begin on BBC One on Friday, September 16. However, the BBC has decided to postpone the launch until later in the autumn.