This Morning and Loose Women fans furious as shows are axed | The Sun

ITV viewers were left fuming after This Morning and Loose Women as the World Cup continues to play havoc with the schedules.

The channel has reshuffled its running order to make way for the FIFA World Cup, which kicked off at the weekend.

Expecting to tune into their favourite daytime shows, fans were left disappointed when they noticed that both programmes had been dropped from Tuesday's TV line-up.

Unhappy viewers raced to Twitter, with one writing: "What am I going to do without my #ThisMorning people."

Another posted: "Why don't they put the football on another channel there's plenty of them, this is bloody ridiculous. #thismorning"


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A third said: "Cancelled the show for the Saudi game. #thismorning"

"Missing @thismorning already!! #ThisMorning," a fourth complained.

"You got to be f****** and s****** me #ThisMorning," someone fumed.

Another added: "Not #ThisMorning being cancelled to show the Saudi Arabia game."

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ITV shows are facing a scheduling nightmare as the football competition begins in Qatar.

Running from November 20 to December 8, the tournament will air on both ITV and the BBC.

Footy fans will rejoice on Wednesday when Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women will all be given the day off to make way for Morocco against Croatia and Germany versus Japan.

The following day Lorraine and This Morning will be axed again in favour of Switzerland against Cameroon, however, Loose Women will return in its usual slot.

While on Friday 25th it will be business as usual on the channel, which will no doubt be music to the ears of non-football fans.

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