Emmerdale’s reveal for last week promises drama and death scenes, while Coronation Street airs some health news and an arrest
This week, there’s huge footage, as Emmerdale shows stunts, secrets and the possibility of a comeback, and Coronation Street is sorting through health news and an arrest.
In EastEnders, there is a drama when Ben Mitchell’s anger leads to him attacking an innocent person.
Emmerdale will take center stage this week, to be fair, as a series of storylines collide, with multiple characters involved.
It is said that there is more than one stuntman, while the details are being kept under wraps – but will the film lead to a death?
Here’s what you can expect from all three soaps on ITV and BBC this week…
Emmerdale fast week
There’s a lot going on in the coming week, with Faith Dingle’s secret being revealed – amid her odd behaviors.
Her son Cain finds his feud with Al Chapman heating up, with his life said to be in jeopardy.
Nothing has been confirmed about the stunts, but it was teased Cain would threaten to run over to Al, while Gabby feared that Jamie Tate might have returned to kidnap their baby son Thomas. .
Just then, someone went into the forest armed with a shotgun, and it looked like someone was shot.
Another big conspiracy that culminated in Noah Dingle stalking his ex Chloe Harris, she finally found out the truth.
Charity interferes with her son’s dangerous behavior, but how will she react?
Corrie health diagnosis and shock arrest
In Weatherfield, George finally opens up to Eileen about his health diagnosis, after recently telling her he’s a loud snorer.
George tells Eileen that he has sleep apnea and shows her the mask provided by the doctor.
According to the NHS website, “Sleep apnea is when your breathing stops and starts while you sleep. The most common type is known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).”
Meanwhile, Peter Barlow attacks Thorne after discovering his recent behavior at the hospital.
In scenes that will air this week on the show, it will be revealed that Mr Thorne, a surgeon, rushed to perform his life-saving surgery last year as part of a bet.
After demanding an apology, he quickly found himself punching the character after he was injured by him.
Apparently Thorne has no regrets and no remorse, despite the danger he might put Peter in. Initially hoping to put an end to his behavior, Peter found himself blushing when Thorne wasn’t serious and he lost his cool in a melee.
But Peter was soon arrested for the crime, and at the station Peter was charged with assault.
The Drama of the EastEnders Attack
Ben Mitchell has been involved in a series of creepy fights, most recently seeing him brutally assault a man who shouted homophobic slurs at him and Lewis in the street. street, putting him in a coma.
Ben has been drawn into other fights for similar reasons, as he still struggles to deal with the vile homophobic attack on her husband Callum earlier this year.
BBC revealers have revealed that the dramatic storyline continues this week, as Ben was unimpressed to see Callum’s police posters put up as part of the LGBTQ+ campaign.
The situation worsens when they later discover it has been vandalized, which angers Ben and seeks revenge. When Ben discovered a man, Rich, smiling at Callum’s defaced poster, he couldn’t control his temper.
When Ben leaves The Albert and believes he’s discovered Rich, he attacks him – only to realize it’s the wrong person. Who is it and will they be okay?
Any theories or thoughts on the current plot? Let us know in the comments section below
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV, while EastEnders airs concurrently on BBC One Monday through Thursday.
Corrie airs right after Emmerdale at 8 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
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