THIS WEEK IN SPOILERS
A Place To Call Home: Harry’s return causes problems for James and Henry just as James comes to terms with his feelings for Henry.
Deep Waters: This week begins the 4 part mini-series based on the real life crimes in which over 30 young gay men were murdered in the 80’s and 90’s in Sydney, Australia. Detectives Tori and Nick are called to an apartment where they find a young man who has been beaten and mutilated.
The investigation leads Tori to suspect that a serial killer is targeting young gay men. Driven by the tragic death of her brother, who was killed in a similar manner, Tori, along with Nick become obsessed with solving the case, putting their careers in jeopardy.
EastEnders: Ben is furious when he finds out that Pam has met with the mother one of Paul’s killers, afraid that she’d might have put the case in jeopardy. Ben, Pam and Les attend the hearing of the murderers and await in fear to learn if they will plead guilty or not.
Hollyoaks: Ste wants joint custody of Leah and Lucas, but Amy isn’t keen on the idea. Later, Ste makes plans to take the kids to the circus, but is upset when the plans fall through. Ryan is going to take them instead, but things take a strange turn when Ste surprisingly picks the kids up. But instead of the circus, Ste drives them out of town. What is Ste up to?
Neighbours: Aaron and Amy go on a double date with Leo and David, but Aaron quickly realizes that Leo is straight and not interested in him.
People of the Valley: Iolo is reluctant to ask Colin to move out.
Shortland Street: Jack takes a chance on love and ends up getting his heart broken.
TEASERS FOR NEXT WEEK
A Place To Call Home: Harry becomes a threat to James.
Days of Our Lives: Sonny comes to Paul’s rescue.
Emmerdale: Robert hatches a wicked plan with the village’s new arrival.
Hollyoaks: Ste has a health crisis; James plots revenge.
Neighbours: Aaron interferes in David and Amy’s relationship.
That’s it for this edition of Gays of Our Lives. Please share your comments on the thoughts and opinions expressed in this week’s column below. See you next week!