Corrie Tim's Geoff exit, EastEnders Queen Vic showdown and 10 more soap spoilers

If you’re a fan of Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks, then you’ll be pleased to know that there is yet another pretty action packed week on the horizon in the land of soap.

Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) makes a huge decision in Coronation Street, as he resolves to take some time away from the cobbles with wife Sally (Sally Dynevor), but how will Geoff (Ian Bartholomew) react?

It’s all about the Queen Vic in the next EastEnders offerings, as icons Kellie Bright and Letitia Dean — aka Linda Carter and Sharon Mitchell — join Stacey Dooley for a landladies special of Secrets From The Square, while an iconic hour-long episode from 2000 sees Peggy confront Pat and Frank in the iconic boozer.

There are death fears aplenty in Emmerdale, as the villainous DI Malone (Mark Womack) attempts to get Dawn Taylor (Olivia Bromley) to take her own life, but it’s ultimately he who ends up on floor!

And finally, Hollyoaks is taking us back to 2011 for a showdown between Lynsey Nolan (Karen Hassan) and Silas Blissett (Jeff Rawle) in [email protected]

Coronation Street

Tim gets wind of how Geoff spoke to Sally, and tells him that he no longer wants to be piggy in the middle. He reveals that he and Sally are going to go away and stay with Gina for a while.

Mary and Sean discover a letter from Todd — which demands thousands of pounds. Sean decides to hatch a plan to find out whether it really was Todd who sent the letter in the first place. He texts Todd and receives a reply, which asks for the money to be hidden in Victoria Gardens. Mary, Sean and Billy plant the bag of fake cash in Victoria Gardens, before watching from afar.

David informs the groom-to-be that he needs to make a decision about whether it’s Maria or Sarah that he loves. Meanwhile, Sarah struggles to decide whether she still has feelings for Gary or if she wants to make a go of things with Adam.


Secrets From The Square: Kellie Bright and Letitia Dean — aka Queen Vic landladies Linda Carter and Sharon Watts — look back on all of the previous queens of the beloved boozer, from Angie Watts (Anita Dobson) to Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor). They’ll also relive some of their greatest moments behind the bar.

Iconic episode: Bonfire night 2000. This hour-long classic saw Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor) confront Pat Butcher (Pam St Clement) and Frank Butcher (Mike Reid) over their affair.

Of course, she did so in front of a captive audience of Walford’s finest in The Queen Vic, before delivering a thunderous slap to each of the adulterer’s faces, and issuing the iconic line ‘Hope you all enjoyed the fireworks! Good night!’

2008: The next four episodes from the year in question.


Malone attempts to intimidate Dawn, and therefore produces a wrap of heroin and an accompanying syringe from his pocket. Dawn is horrified, and backs away, but Malone pulls a gun on her.

She desperately tries to fight him, but ultimately recoils in horror, as he steps towards her. Malone then tempts Dawn to take her own life by overdosing on heroin. The young woman is devastated, fearing the worst, but before she can do anything, someone comes to her rescue… and Malone’s body is sprawled out on the floor!

Jamie is desperate to reveal his and Belle’s (Eden Taylor-Draper) relationship to the world, but she’s not keen, as she believes it’s too soon. He opens up to mum Kim on the phone, and reveals everything that’s happened between him and Belle. Nate shows up — hoping to plead with Al in regards to keeping his job — but Jamie and Belle are left wondering how much of the conversation he overheard.


The fourth week go [email protected] — which covers the years of 2011-2015 — will focus on Silas vs Lynsey.

It’s 2011 on [email protected] and Lynsey has been trying to convince everyone that Silas (Jeff Rawle) is a killer. Silas has set up a hidden camera in Brendan (Emmett J Scanlan), Lynsey and Cheryl’s flat.

Lynsey is waiting at the bus stop with her bags packed and gets fired from her job. At her lowest ebb, she spots Silas leaving the village and follows him to the woods. She decides to record a confession from him but he finds her and grabs her phone. Silas taunts Lynsey and the red mist descends – she runs at him while his back’s turned and knocks him unconscious.

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. [email protected] airs Monday-Friday at 7pm on E4.

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