Tony’s killer cover-up? Hol­lyoaks

A spe­cial episode shows how Tony han­dles it when son harry Tells him he killed Amy!

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Hol­lyoaks’ ‘Who Killed Amy?’ mur­der mys­tery was seem­ingly solved when it was re­vealed that Harry Thomp­son be­lieved he ac­ci­den­tally ended the young mum’s life.

Crooked lawyer James Nightin­gale con­spired to frame das­tardly DS Gavin Arm­strong for the crime to pro­tect Harry from prison and prove prime sus­pect Ste Hay’s in­no­cence – only Ste couldn’t deal with boyfriend Harry’s bomb­shell and ended their re­la­tion­ship.

As the Thomp­son teen strug­gles with crip­pling guilt this fort­night, he’s about to blab to some­one else – and it will tear his fam­ily apart…


With the po­lice plan­ning to ex­hume Amy’s body fol­low­ing yet an­other twist in the in­ves­ti­ga­tion, Harry’s faced with the con­se­quences of his ac­tions once more and over­hears dad Tony Hutchin­son ac­cuse Ste of bump­ing off the new Mrs Ryan Knight. Ex­plod­ing with guilt, Harry tells the truth to his dad – it was him!

The im­pact on Tony is so huge Hol­lyoaks have a spe­cial episode this fort­night en­tirely de­voted to his re­ac­tion to the news that his son is a killer.

Dev­as­tated by the con­fes­sion, Tony throws Harry out. But will he be able to shop his son to the cops?

What NEXT?

No one gets away with mur­der in soa­p­land for­ever, but does Tony love his boy enough to keep quiet and cover up such a se­ri­ous crime?

Time is tick­ing for Harry, who surely has to pay some­how – or does he?

We’re still think­ing about that chill­ing flashback at the end of trial week that showed Amy re­gain­ing con­scious­ness after Harry had left her for dead, and her ter­ri­fied face as some­one came through her front door…

Is Harry a killer or was it some­one else?

Tony is dev­as­tated when Harry re­veals that he killed Amy!

Tony finds it hard to face wid­ower Ryan with Amy’s chil­dren after Harry’s shock con­fes­sion

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