There are a range of emotions in store for the residents of soap next week, with heartbreak and joy on the cards across the nation’s four biggest serial dramas.
EastEnders includes the death a much-loved favourite, not to mention the arrival of the new family set to move into the Queen Vic, so it’s absolutely the one to watch.
Coronation Street, meanwhile, lines up a wedding for Gemma Winter and Chesney Brown, as well as a big shock for Roy Cropper, with stalker Justin Rutherford also set to face the music in court.
Emmerdale sees Chloe Harris make a move on Mackenzie Boyd, with another resident soon set to uncover the truth, while Hollyoaks focuses on Sienna Blake’s dastardly new scheme.
Struggling to keep up with all the goings-on? Fear not as Metro.co.uk selects the top ten must-see moments from the week ahead every Monday, so here’s what in store for you this coming week (May 29 to June 2).
Billy is arrested in EastEnders
The final few days of Lola’s life arrive, and Billy is heartbroken, with subsequent scenes seeing Nish rile him up. Billy, however, retaliates by smashing the window of the Minute Mart, before accidentally hitting the villain, resulting in his arrest, with his loved ones desperately trying to get him released, knowing Lola is running out of time.
Gemma and Chesney get married in Coronation Street
It’s the day of Gemma and Chesney’s wedding, with the bride-to-be walking down the aisle with brother Paul in the dress of her dreams. The couple exchange vows to the cheers of their family and friends, but Bernie’s not too pleased when she finds out Linda funded the event. The bride and groom, meanwhile, take to the dance floor for their first dance.
After the happy couple tie the knot, Paul makes a heartfelt speech, but he soon becomes emotional and rushes out, with Gemma following suit. Will she find out what’s troubling her twin brother?
Chloe makes a move on Mack in Emmerdale
Mackenzie promises his full commitment to Reuben. Chloe, however, gets caught up in the moment, going in for a kiss, which Mack rejects. Amy, meanwhile, questions Chloe over her intentions for Mack, but despite her sister’s warnings, Chloe is determined to rebel.
Sienna and Ethan put their plan to take Rafe’s fortune in motion in Hollyoaks
With Rafe needing to be married in order to inherit his £35 million, Sienna has been left disheartened, but Ethan suggests that she marry the smug lord so they can get their hands on his cash. The sheer suggestion leaves Sienna livid, but she subsequently agrees to such a thing after a run-in with the Earl.
Lola dies in EastEnders
Jay tends to Lola’s every need, with nurse Suzanne explaining the there will now be long periods of unconsciousness, so it’s time for her loved ones to say goodbye. Jay battles with saying farewell to his beloved Lola, while Phil struggles with the situation. Kathy and Callum, meanwhile, go into Lola’s bedroom and say goodbye, promising to look after Lexi for her.
Justin’s court case commences in Coronation Street, with Daisy taking to the stand
Daisy pleads with Ryan to reconsider after he fails to turn up for the trial, knowing Justin could walk free without his evidence. Daniel, meanwhile, reiterates Daisy’s concerns to Ryan, before he takes to the stand to tell the court how the stalker terrorised Daisy for months. Daisy subsequently enters the witness box, but will she be able to relive the attack in a bid to put vile Justin away? And will Ryan turn up before it’s too late?
Nicky meets with Ally in Emmerdale as his wedding to Gabby looms
It’s the day of Nicky’s stag and, with the wedding rapidly approaching, he begins to feel the pressure. Struggling with everything, the nanny meets with former flame Ally in private, but is there a happy ending in sight for the pair?
Yazz find out she is pregnant in Hollyoaks
Yazz makes a huge discovery, finding out that she is pregnant. After trying to process everything, she relays her news to Tom, who proves as supportive as ever. Yazz, however, is unsure what to do for the best.
A new era commences in EastEnders as the Knights arrive to take over the Vic
Linda is left utterly stunned when George Knight rocks up with daughters Anna and Gina in tow revealing that he’s Elaine’s partner and that he’s there to assist her with running The Vic. The realisation that this was Elaine’s plan all along dawns on the landlady, who is filled with rage over what has transpired. George is adamant that he won’t cause any trouble, claiming all he wants is to build a new life with his loved ones.
Roy prepares for surgery in Coronation Street
Roy hands Evelyn a stack of letters for her to distribute if he should die. Evelyn is desperate to know what her letter says, but her attention is soon elsewhere, as she squeezes Roy’s hand as he’s wheeled away for his operation.
EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC One. Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV. Emmerdale airs Mondays to Fridays at 7:30pm on ITV. Hollyoaks airs Mondays to Fridays at 7pm on E4, with first look episodes daily on All4.
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