Yes, you read that correctly.
Soap superpowers Emmerdale and Coronation Street are planning to drop their highly anticipated Christmas episodes early on ITV Hub so that viewers can catch all the action before they're scheduled to air on television.
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day episodes of both soaps will be on ITV Hub from 7am ahead of their evening broadcasts. So, if you just cant wait to find out what goes down and would like a little more drama added to your Christmas morning joy you're in luck!
Sound too good to be true? It isn't! This is ITV's Christmas gift to all their viewers.
Soap fans will know that when it comes to Christmas, drama is a given on these two shows and that trend (thankfully!) isn't changing this year.
Viewers can expect plenty of dramas from their favourite ITV soaps including a time-hopping episode of Emmerdale and an emotionally charged instalment of Corrie.
In Emmerdale, the villagers wake up to what looks like a thin layer of snow, but all is not as it seems. As the flashbacks start, the story begins to come together.
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Meanwhile in Weatherfield, Emma Brooker (Ali Mardell) and Curtis Delamere (Sam Retford) are hoping for their happily ever after. However, their big day is threatened when some closely guarded secrets come to light.
Also, Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher) struggles to come to terms with the upset she's been experiencing, including the departure of her uncle Roy Cooper (David Neilson.)
You can catch the Emmerdale Christmas special at 7pm on ITV and Coronation Street's festive episode will be on at 8pm – also on ITV.
But why wait?! The Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day episodes will be available to watch online at 7am on their day of broadcast.
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And it's not just the soaps. ITV are also releasing many of their Christmas specials in the same way, so viewers can watch anything and everything at their own convenience.
Other shows that will be made available early include: The Chase Celebrity Christmas Special, Bradley and Barney: Breaking Dad at Christmas, The Larkins Christmas Special, and The Masked Singalong.
What a way to kick off Christmas day!
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