On Monday, September 19, Home and Away will not be available on Channel 5.
Several broadcast changes have been made to accommodate for news coverage following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II last week.
Channel 5 has announced that it will not broadcast Monday's planned episode of the Australian soap because the Queen's funeral will now take place on Monday.
The episode will, however, air tonight (September 16) as usual on 5STAR at 6.30pm (the first-look screening), and it will also have its usual evening screening on Monday at 6pm on 5STAR as planned.
The episode will not be available on Channel 5, although it will have aired twice on 5STAR, but the usual schedule will resume on Tuesday (September 20).
Coronation Street and Emmerdale will not air Monday, but will continue as usual on Tuesday, according to a number of major schedule changes across UK broadcasters.
Tane is seen secretly working undercover with the cops in order to depose Tex Wheeler and the biker gang in this week's episode of Home and Away.
Ethan Browne commented on his character's latest plotline on Digital Spy: "I've loved the new dynamic. Tane has had to take charge of the family since Ari died. I think he's done a superb job."
Tane's future is so much more in jeopardy now that he has Felicity and the responsibility of the family, plus not having his brothers on his side to protect him has forced him to change his stance and consider what's the most secure option for himself and his loved ones.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.45pm on Channel 5 and 6pm on 5STAR. First-look screenings air at 6.30pm on 5STAR, and the program also streams on My5.
The program on Channel 7 airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm, and it also broadcasts on 7plus.
In the United Kingdom, selected classic episodes are available on Amazon Prime Video.
More spoilers for Home and Away can be seen on our dedicated homepage.