Death is the subject of much discussion in soapland next week, with tragedy and, in some instances, murder all anyone can talk about.
EastEnders deals with the aftermath of the shocking events of this week, and with a huge twist to the tale, the claws are out for Sharon Watts and Kat Slater.
A tragic death in Emmerdale, meanwhile, raises multiple questions for Dawn Taylor, as she sets out to get to the bottom of a big issue.
Hollyoaks’ Sienna Blake resolves to do what she’s tried to several times before, as she sets out to kill Warren Fox, and this time, it seems as though she might actually succeed – with a little help from a pal.
Over in Coronation Street, Aadi Alahan and Kelly Neelan grow close, but will romance blossom for the teens?
All this and more in what promises to be an action-packed week of drama, and Metro.co.uk is once again on hand to bring you all the gossip.
Kelly sees Aadi out of the barbers, but a wad of cash falls out of her bag. Aadi is shocked when he sets his sights on the cash, but Kelly explains that it belonged to her dad Rick, and she’s trying to return it to the people he ripped off over the years. Aadi suggests accompanying Kelly on one of her trips to pay back the cash, and she’s grateful, and later agrees to a date.
Tim and Sally frolic in the hot tub and when Tim announces that he can feel a stirring down below, Sally reckons it’s the best birthday surprise she could wish for. Is their marriage back on track?
Gail hosts a family lunch to welcome Stephen home, but it soon descends into chaos when David and Sarah embark on a slanging match over Audrey’s money. Disgusted with the pair of them, Audrey walks out and Stephen’s embarrassed.
Sharon checks in on Kat after the night’s shocking events but the two struggle to remain civil, which leads to a huge argument, as animosity ensues.
Sam sees Zack feeling sorry for himself over Nancy so offers some words of encouragement. They later flirt in the bar, but will this be the beginning of another night of passion?
Kathy is at her wits end with Ben and Peter’s bickering so she organises a games night to celebrate Rocky’s birthday, but things between Ben and Peter get much worse and a big argument ensues. Ben shares some upsetting words to Kathy and drops a bombshell, but things take another turn when the police arrive to arrest Ben, with Peter having tipped them off!
Suzy and Priya deliver a presentation up at HOP, unaware a picture of Holly – on the day she died – features in the slideshow. Moira demands answers, but Suzy is trapped. Vanessa challenges Suzy, knowing she has not told the truth about Holly. Suzy reveals what really happened the night Holly died. When Moira arrives, the two worry that she’s overheard their chat, but instead Moira apologises for lashing out earlier. Vanessa however, is disappointed when Suzy doesn’t use this moment to tell Moira the truth and instead Suzy pleads with Vanessa to keep her secret.
Liv is left frustrated when Sandra is forced to admit she owes four grand to a man named Terry. Sandra pleads her case to Vinny and Liv, adamant Terry has been taking advantage of her. Liv allows Sandra to stay and blocks Terry’s number but there is a sense Sandra is still lying about something.
Dawn and friend Jade reflect on their past after a pal named Beth dies. The duo go back to Jade’s after the funeral, and Dawn finds a child, named Clemmie. Dawn is bewildered, and quizzes a drugged-up Jade, who reveals that Clemmie is Beth’s and she doesn’t even know her mum has died.
Sienna, having baked a batch of poisonous cupcakes, delivers the deadly goods to Warren, before offering him a proposition. He must confess to Brody’s murder, or pay the ultimate price! Will Warren finally admit the truth about Brody’s demise? Or will he perish from the poisoned treats instead?
Zara and Tony go head-to-head as the day of the election finally arrives. Cindy advises her candidate to play dirty, but Zara refuses to do so, instead delivering an impassioned speech on her intention to make Hollyoaks a dementia-friendly village. Tony starts to worry that he might not be the man for the job.
John Paul relapses, and he later opens up to his family about his drinking, but his revelation doesn’t go down well. Later, feeling downbeat, he drinks in the village.
- Ed is electrocuted in Coronation Street
- Karen puts pressure on Mitch over Avery in EastEnders
- Matty reflects in Emmerdale, feeling guilty
- Joseph antagonises DeMarcus in Hollyoaks
- Maria is left shaken in Coronation Street
- Howie is re-injured in EastEnders
- Marlon asks Paddy to be his best man in Emmerdale
- Olivia resorts to blackmail in Hollyoaks
Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV. EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC Two. Emmerdale airs Mondays to Fridays at 7:30pm on ITV. Hollyoaks airs Mondays to Fridays at 7pm on E4.
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