Whether you're into it or not, there's no escaping coverage of the Queen's funeral today.

Live feeds from London are plastered all over TV and social media as the UK mourns the loss of their longest-serving monarch. In fact, for those in the UK, it's almost impossible to watch anything else.

However, there is one small corner of British television that is choosing to carve its own path on this historic day. Channel 5 is the only major broadcaster in the country not airing something related to the queen (Channel 4 aired a documentary about the coronation while others aired the funeral).

That is because it's airing the 2017 Razzie winner for Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screen Combo, AND Worst Screenplay - 'The Emoji Movie.'

That's right, if the rolling coverage throughout the day isn't for you, luckily you can instead watch Sir Patrick Stewart play a poo emoji. Right on brand, Twitter has had some great reactions to the unusual broadcasting decision.

Despite the humorous takes on the subject, Channel Five probably had the best intentions. Some users on Twitter pointed out that some families with young children may not have streaming services to keep them occupied. Especially with pretty much everything in the country closed.

So fair play, Channel 5. Although, you could have at least picked a film with over 6% on Rotten Tomatoes.

'Stuart Little', 'Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs', and 'Sing' all follow 'The Emoji Movie' on Channel 5 today.