Corrie Geoff's Alya torture, EastEnders conclusion and 13 more soap spoilers
There is plenty of drama on offer in this week’s Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks offerings.
Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) is fuming when Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew) shows up at Speed Daal in Coronation Street, and he wastes little time in turning his attention to her, as he attempts to reclaim control.
Meanwhile, EastEnders bids adieu to Secrets From The Square, but it does so in a big way, as three editions of the behind the scenes special airs — the final of which will bring an end to the series ahead of the soap’s return.
Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) is horrified when Cain (Jeff Hordley) returns home in Emmerdale and reveals his thoughts on her relation with Jamie Tate (Alexander Lincoln).
Finally, with Hollyoaks due back on air next week, the soap has decided to spend one more week revisiting the past, but instead of delving into the archives, it’s cleverly re-airing its final week of pre-lockdown episodes ahead of the return.
1. Geoff turns up at Speed Daal in the coming episodes, and makes clear that he’s intending on sticking around — much to Alya’s dismay.
2. Alya once again orders him to get out — but Geoff refuses to leave, and wastes little time in pointing out that he legally has every right to be there.
3. Alya is devastated, but the abuser continues to make things worse, as he reveals that he’s applied for an alcohol licence, and later she asks everyone to leave, as she smashes the place up in a frenzy.
4. Scott and Johnny discuss the crime that they committed over 40 years ago — leaving us wondering what it is that happened?
5. Tim starts to doubt Geoff once more, and later lets slip to Sally about the CCTV camera, and she urges him to open his eyes.
6. Secrets From The Square #1: In addition to exploring Sonia’s love of all-things trumpets, Natalie Cassidy and Shona McGarty — aka Sonia Fowler and Whitney Dean — take a trip down memory lane, as they re-live some classic moments, and share behind-the-scenes stories.
7. Secrets From The Square #2: Lacey Turner and Jessie Wallace — aka Stacey Fowler and Kat Slater — reminisce and re-watch some all-time classic Slater moments, including the shock reveal that Kat was Zoe’s (Michelle Ryan) mother and not her sister like we’d been led to believe. They also tease what’s ahead for the Slaters now that they’ll finally be back together when the soap returns on September 7.
8. Secrets From The Square #3: Not one, not two, but a whopping three editions will air — the final of which will bring an end to SFTS. The episode in question is something of a compilation, as Stacey presents interview moments from across the series that didn’t quite make the final cut, but were simply too good to be left unseen.
9. Moira gets wind from the police that a witness has been found in the hit and run.
10. Belle defends Jamie in front of Cain, but there’s a sense that she’s broken something between herself and the Dingles.
11. Jamie overhears Sam badmouthing him, and decides to take action — firing him on the spot. A devastated Sam then looks to Belle for support, but the young woman ultimately sides with Jamie — leaving Sam in complete and utter shock.
12. Charity is horrified when the social worker arrives and overhears her arguing with Sarah.
13. With [email protected] now at an end, the serial drama has revealed plans to air a special recap week, as the final five pre-lockdown episodes will re-air ahead of the soap’s return.
14. Nancy refuses to go to Kyle’s funeral tomorrow. Darren confides in Nancy about his own attempt to take his life and she urges him to talk to Mandy, or she will…
15. Scott is having his hen do at The Dog. He’s surprised when Walter turns up but realises that Walter still doesn’t know about the wedding. Goldie persuades an upset Scott not to tell Walter the truth, but vengeful Toby tells him instead.
Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm on ITV. EastEnders: Secrets From the Square airs Mondays 8pm on BBC One, while iconic episodes air Tuesdays at 7:30pm. Emmerdale airs Monday Wednesday and Friday at 7pm on ITV. Hollyoaks airs Monday-Friday at 7pm on E4.
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