The repeat of EastEnders usually shown at 13.30pm is now going back to it's original time slot of 10pm. Fans have got fed up in the past because EastEnders is usually one of those shows that are moved around the schedule willy nilly, the new time slot is however, said to be a permanent one.
EastEnders previously aired its repeat at 10pm on BBC Three for many years and often topped the multichannel ratings in the slot, but the screening was moved to 10.30pm in 2012.
As the EastEnders Omnibus aired for the final time last week, the BBC Three repeat will now be the main chance for viewers to catch up on the soap, alongside the BBC iPlayer.
The BBC has previously announced plans to close BBC Three as a broadcast TV channel and transform the station into an online-only service, but the move was recently delayed until 2016 while the BBC Trust makes a final decision on the controversial proposal.