The unofficial end of Summer is here, and soap fans who are eager to use their day off to get caught up on their favorite soaps will be in luck, as three of the four shows will all be airing without any planned preemptions due to the Labor Day holiday.

According to the programming schedules for both NBC and CBS, the Daytime lineup is unaffected due to the holiday, meaning fans can tune in to “Days of Our Lives” at the usual time it airs in their market, before following up with the action on both “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” on CBS, which air at 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. EDT respectively.

As for what fans can expect on the new episodes, the action will continue from how episodes left off the week prior. On “Days,” this means that “Eric (Greg Vaughan), Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) and Jack (Matthew Ashford) uncover a shocking secret” while “Stefan (Brandon Barash) receives a surprising phone call.”

For “Young and the Restless” fans, the synopsis for the episode reads “Billy (Jason Thompson) receives a shock; Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) gets into trouble; Jack (Peter Bergmann) sees things in a new way.” As for “Bold and the Beautiful,” fans will watch as “Sally (Courtney Hope) and Wyatt (Darin Brooks) become playful after sharing a tender and unexpected kiss,” and “as Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) begins to answer Det. Sanchez’s (Jeremy Ray Valdez) questions, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) starts to worry.”

However, over on ABC, amendments are being made to “General Hospital” over on ABC, as well as other parts of the lineup. In New York, this means that while “Good Morning America” and “Live! With Kelly And Ryan” are set to air new episodes, beginning at 10 a.m., repeats will be aired of “Rachael Ray” and “The View,” before a new broadcast of the News at Noon airs. Following that, at 1 p.m., a repeat episode of ”Strahan, Sara & Keke” will air, followed by a 2 p.m. repeat of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.” 2:30 p.m. will see an episode of “Right This Minute” air followed by “General Hospital” at 3 p.m., which will be a repeat.

“Sonny (Maurice Benard) is horrified; Laura (Genie Francis) sees Robert (Tristan Rogers) for the first time in years; Lucy (Lynn Herring) targets Kevin (Jon Lindstrom); Curtis (Donnell Turner) provides an update for his search for Ryan (also Lindstrom); Peter (Wes Ramsey) faces his fears,” a description for the episode reads.

The soap opera schedule resumes as normal on all networks on Tuesday, Sept. 3.

General Hospital Labor Day Pre emption “General Hospital” will resume new episodes after Labor Day.  Photo: ABC