There’s a pretty eventful week in store for the mainstays of EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks.
Hollyoaks’ highly-anticipated 25th anniversary week finally arrives, and the events of said week promise to change the very landscape of the Channel 4 soap as we know it, as the McQueen clan are targeted in a sinister plot, while original character Kurt Benson (Jeremy Edwards) arrives back in the village.
Meanwhile, Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) is the victim of a brutal attack in EastEnders, but will she live to see another day?
Pat Phelan (Conor McIntyre) is on Mary Taylor’s (Patti Clare) mind in Coronation Street, but has the serial killer returned from the dead? Of course not, but Todd Grimshaw’s (Gareth Pierce) comeback leaves her similarly startled!
Nate Robinson (Jurell Carter) offers to make the ultimate sacrifice in Emmerdale, as he prepares to take the rap for the hit-and-run.
It’s all kicking off in the land of soap next week, that’s for sure, and if you’d like a little taster at what one can expect, we’ve got you covered.
Stacey and Ruby attempt to put the past behind them, but when Lily repeats a conversation between Kat and Stacey to Ruby, the nightclub owner sees red. Animosity is aplenty throughout the week, and — while on her way to the club to give Ruby a piece of her mind — Stacey is attacked by the hooded figure and left lying on the floor.
Kathy meets up with her date. In spite of the fact that the man is named Iain, they get along nicely, but when Kathy shows Iain The Prince Albert, she trips over. After Ash examines her ankle she advises Kathy to go to hospital.
With Phil unable to get a hold of Ellie, Callum goes to DI Thompson for advice and assistance. He suggests that getting such information will allow him to get closer to Phil, but he’s shocked by what he ultimately finds out.
Mary becomes convinced that the noises coming from the attic are the ghost of Pat Phelan! Therefore, she has Billy perform an exorcism. However, Todd suddenly appears at the top of the stairs — leaving Billy and Mary in shock!
A journalist friend of Natasha’s named Suki tells Nick and Leanne she’d like to tell their story in a bid to boost fundraising. Leanne agrees, but when Suki mentions Oliver’s impending death, Leanne loses it. Apologetic about the article in the Gazette, Natasha informs Nick that she’d like to make a donation of £20k to Oliver’s appeal.
Sean returns home and reveals that he’s lost son Dylan. However, Todd locates Dylan and assures him that his dad loves him — something which can is grateful for.
With Jamie having copped on to what the Dingles are up to, Nate offers to take the rap in an effort to save Belle. Cain is left in admiration of his son, but Tracy isn’t too pleased, as she’s overheard her beau’s suggestion. However, in spite of Tracy’s reaction, Nate heads to the police station, but he struggles to muster up the courage to set foot inside.
Paul steals Ellis’ watch, but a fight soon breaks out between Billy and Ellis, forcing Paul to intervene. The watch later materialises, and Vinny’s suspicions are raised as a result. He wastes little time in accusing his dad of stealing the watch. Paul grows incredibly defensive, and lashing out at his son!
Harriet makes quite the return to the village, but she’s shocked to learn that Dawn has done a disappearing act.
The McQueens come face-to-face with a macabre doll, which sits atop the bar. The doll reads out the seven deadly sins for each of them, before revealing that if they don’t pay for said sins, then each of their biggest secrets will be revealed — resulting in them all being sent to prison!
The first of those sins is ‘wrath’, and Sylver believes it is referring to him having killed Breda. Mercedes begs James for cash to pay off the blackmailer — calling it compensation for attempting to kill her last year. James complies and Sylver believes that he’s been saved. However PC George rocks up, and arrests Sylver for Breda’s murder!
Tony heads to The Hutch and old pal Kurt arrives — leaving Tony in shock, as he reminds Kurt that he’s supposed to be dead! However, Kurt is very much alive and, when Darren, Mandy and Cindy arrive at The Hutch, the returnee has some explaining to do!
- Bobby blames himself for Kathy’s accident in EastEnders
- David wonders how he’ll cope in Coronation Street
- Belle ignores Sam’s request in Emmerdale
- Yazz proposes to Tom in Hollyoaks
- Mick isn’t pleased with Shirley in EastEnders
- Chesney persuades Kirk to help him in Coronation Street
- Gabbles schemes once more in Emmerdale
- Juliet targets Ella in Hollyoaks
EastEnders airs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday on BBC One. Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday on ITV, while Emmerdale airs Monday-Friday. Hollyoaks airs Monday-Thursday on E4.
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