THIS WEEK IN SPOILERS
EastEnders: Christian returns to the Square to support his sister Jane after her brutal attack by Bobby. After Bobby is arrested for attacking his mother, Christian demands to know what’s going on. But how will Christian react when he hears that Bobby has already killed once and may have killed again?
Emmerdale: Lawrence continues to run from his past as Ronnie keeps popping up at the village. Both Ronnie and Bernice think Lawrence should tell the truth about Ronnie, but what exactly is the truth? After Ronnie gets a job working in town, Lawrence decides to get rid of him once and for all. Lawrence hires Sam to threaten Ronnie with a gun, telling him to leave town or else. Meanwhile, an argument between Finn and Ross turns violent. And Aaron worries about how Liv is dealing with Gordon’s death.
General Hospital: Brad and Lucas make plans to marry at the Nurses’ Ball, but first Brad has a question for Felix. Brad wouldn’t be tacky enough to ask his ex-boyfriend to be his best man at his wedding, would he? But the wedding might never take place when Lucas has to dash off to take care of a medical emergency. However, something happens to Lucas along the way that could prevent the boys from having a happy ending. And a wedding too.
Holby City: As Dom works to prove his worth as a doctor, a startling face from his past causing him personal and professional conflict.
Hollyoaks: Scott romances John Paul, but James also suddenly shows interest in JP and he talks JP into spending the day with him.
People of the Valley: Iolo has to deal with his father’s discovery that Tyler and Iolo are now dating. Will Sion accept his son’s new relationship?
TEASERS FOR NEXT WEEK
Coronation Street: Todd learns a deadly secret.
Emmerdale: Finn tries to work things out with his brothers; Robert searches for a missing Liv; Lawrence has to face the truth of his past.
General Hospital: Brad gets upsetting news about Lucas.
Neighbors: Nate and Aaron split for good after Nate rejoins the military.
River City: Patrick chooses to go for a night of gay clubbing with Robbie and Gary rather than hang out with his new girlfriend Angel.
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