But soap fans are about to get used to a whole new schedule again from Monday, when the long-running shows will start following a different timetable.
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Changes to timings and episode length were announced earlier in the year and they're now set to come into effect - here's everything you need to know about the changing soaps times from Monday, 7 March.
Coronation Street - ITV
Visits to Corrie are reducing in the number of days, but getting longer for each episode.
From 7 March, Coronation Street will air on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm, with hour-long episodes each time rather than the usual 30 minute slots.
The ITV soap has previously aired two 30-minute episodes on some evenings broken up by other programmes, but now they will be consolidated into one longer episode.
Emmerdale - ITV
Coronation Street's stablemate Emmerdale will also see a few changes from next week.
Soap fans will find the schedule for the Dales much easier to remember now as it will regularly air at 7.30pm for 30-minute episodes every week night from Monday to Friday.
EastEnders - BBC One
After ITV announced its scheduling shake-up, BBC chose to swap things around for EastEnders which will avoid major time clashes with Corrie.
For the first time, we'll regularly be visiting Albert Square on Wednesdays, but the Friday episode has been scrapped.
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However, it does mean that fans of EastEnders and Emmerdale will have a tough choice to make as the BBC soap is due to air from Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.
Hollyoaks will stay in its usual time slot of 6.30pm from Mondays to Fridays on Channel 4, with a first look at the next day's episode on E4 at 7pm.
BBC Two is giving a new timeslot to Doctors - as well as airing on its usual daytime schedule, it will be repeated at 7pm from Mondays to Thursdays.
Meanwhile, Channel 5 has confirmed the sad news that Neighbours will end its 37-year-run this summer, with production ending in June.
Home & Away continues to air on weekday lunchtimes at Channel 5.
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