Holby City fans tuning in for the cliffhanger ending to Jac Naylor’s operation will have to wait a little bit longer this week as the BBC soap has been moved around in the schedules.
The World Cup means all the soaps are being shifted around by the BBC and ITV and Holby is no different, shifting from its usual Tuesday night slot for the next fortnight.
Why isn't Holby City on?
Holby City has been moved for the Russia V Egypt World Cup game on BBC One, which clashes with Holby’s regular 8pm timeslot.
When is it on?
The latest episode, Primum Non Nocere, Part Two, airs on Wednesday, June 20th at 8pm.
The pressure's on for Gaskell to fix Jac, and the whole hospital is watching. With past decisions weighing on his mind and an inquisitive research student shadowing his every move, will Gaskell risk proceedingwith Jac's surgery?
When a medical emergency strikes too close to home, Serena's priorities are tested and Bernie fears for the future of their relationship. Does she still hold a place in Serena's life?
Fletch and Abigail are forced to confront their feelings for each other in the most public way possible. Is it time to cut their losses?
Is it back on Tuesday nights next week?
No. Holby’s next episode, Fallen Idol, will also be moved to Wednesday night.
Fallen Idol airs at 8pm on Wednesday, June 27th.
Hungover, tired and caught out by a surprise assessment, a split-second mistake by Nicky causes things to get a whole lot closer between her and Zav than either of them bargained for.
With pressure piling on and Gaskell nowhere to be found, a troubling discovery causes Roxanna to question her loyalties.
Dom's commitment to his new relationship is tested when he is offered a great professional opportunity that he can only take up by breaking his promise to Lofty.
Catch up on any episodes of Holby City you miss on BT TV via the BBC iPlayer app.