The BBC and ITV have cancelled a number of shows today following last night's tragic terror attack in Manchester.
At least 22 people were killed and many more injured in an apparent suicide bomb attack at Manchester Arena following a concert late yesterday.
Rolling news coverage has seen a number of TV shows cut from schedules this morning and into the afternoon.
ITV's This Morning Twitter account tweeted: "We're sorry but we've just been told we're not going on air. @ITVNews have developments from Manchester until 2pm - we'll be back tomorrow."
Loose Women added: "Due to the tragic events in Manchester last night we will not be on air today. @ITVNews will continue its rolling coverage until 2pm
"Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected in the Manchester attack. We will see you tomorrow at 12.30pm."
Over on the BBC, Homes Under the Hammer, Going Back Giving Back and A1: Britain's Longest Road have also been cut in favour of BBC News.
The BBC is currently set to stick with the news until 1:45PM where it'll switch to BBC Two.
Later this evening, an extended News at Six will air on BBC One, with Andrew Neil's Election interview with UKIP's Paul Nuttall cancelled.
Those impacted by last night's events in Manchester may call 0800 096 0095 for help and support.