The daytime programmes were cancelled last Friday (September 20) and Monday (September 23) due to the sporting event.
And Thursday’s edition of the shows have been taken off the schedule too.
Instead of This Morning airing at 10:30am, a special edition of Tipping Point’s best finals will begin at 10:25am after Judge Rinder.
The Rugby World Cup coverage will start at 11am as England play the USA at 11:45am.
ITV will return to normal scheduling at 2pm for the news before Tipping Point airs at 4pm followed by The Chase at 5pm.
Unfortunately for daytime telly fans, This Morning and Loose Women are set to be taken off air next week and into October.
Here are the matches scheduled to air on ITV’s main channel that could result in changes to the usual weekday timings of This Morning and Loose Women ahead of the quarter and semi-final stages…
Monday, September 30 – Scotland vs Samoa (11.15am on ITV)
Thursday, October 3 – Ireland vs Russia (11.15am on ITV)
Wednesday, October 9 – Scotland vs Russia (8.15am on ITV)
Wednesday, October 9 – Wales vs Fiji (10.45am on ITV)
Last week, viewers raged at ITV for taking the shows off air in favour for the rugby.
Your regular edition of This Morning has been replaced by the rugby today, but we’ve got a very special version planned for you online!
We’ve assembled a team of experts to answer your questions on the Thomas Cook emergency, so if you’ve been affected, get in touch. pic.twitter.com/NR9nKz3fQq
— This Morning (@thismorning) September 23, 2019
One person raged: “You have FOUR bloody channels but you cancel @thismorning @loosewomen and I see it is not much better next week so it wont be any better until the rugby is finished.
“Do you know how many OAP and house bound people rely on you for company? Shame on you.”
“Do ITV really think that regular daytime viewers want to watch rugby?” questioned yet another social media user.
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