E4 is the home of many of our favourite shows, Made in Chelsea and First Dates just to name a few!

And so when the channel mysteriously disappeared on the Freeview schedule, viewers were sent into a panic.

But never fear as we have the answers for you!

Read on to find out where E4 has gone on Freeview and how to get back on track with all your favourite shows…

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The logo of Britain’s Channel 4 television station is pictured at the company’s headquarters in central London.

Where has E4 gone on Freeview?

As of 11 am on Monday, May 13th, Freeview has juggled around their channels.

That means you won’t be finding E4 where you’d expect it on channel 28 but now on channel 13!

The channels affected by this switch include E4, E4+1, Film4, More4, Channel 4+1 and 4Music. Read more about where the channels have all moved to here.

How do I return it to how it used to be?

Looking to return to your old set-up?

If you were used to having E4 on channel 28, you can always retune your Freeview box. Find out more about retuning your Freeview box here.

But retuning didn’t always sort out the issue, leaving many fans frustrated with the change.

Catch up with any episodes you may have missed because of the change on the Channel 4 catch-up service 4oD.

 

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