Casualty spoilers follow.
Casualty fans hoping to catch up with the latest drama in the A&E later might be disappointed as the show isn't on tonight (July 3).
The popular medical drama won't be airing in its usual Saturday night slot as the ongoing schedule changes continue due to the Euros.
Casualty, along with many other shows across the BBC and ITV, is facing heavy scheduling shake-ups over the summer because of the football tournament.
Of course, tonight's slot will be taken up with the much-anticipated quarter final between Ukraine v England, kicking off at 8pm on BBC One.
As we've previously explained, the show preempted this with a handful of double episode helpings in recent weeks, meaning we are still getting the same amount of output across the series.
Casualty is provisionally due to return next weekend (July 10), but official schedules are yet to be confirmed.
There's plenty of ED drama on the way for when it eventually does, as Lev faces some major decisions about his future.
With Faith's support, Lev will eventually agree to tell the police that he was the victim of a hate crime, until his homophobic dad arrives from Russia and everything changes.
Elsewhere, Rash is left unnerved by Tina's manipulative behaviour and fans of Holby City will get a blast from the past when Vanessa Lytton (aka Leslie Ash) is brought into the ED as a patient.
Casualty airs on Saturday nights on BBC One.
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