Don’t miss Corrie this week – fireworks are guaranteed at Steve and Tracy’s wedding, and we don’t mean the type in the sky! Plus, dramatically, this week two street faves are run over in a horrendous but fast-paced car chase then crash. Who are they? And will they sur vive? Ali effectively kills someone, too, and a ver y familiar face is back on the cobbles to hold vigil over one of the crash victims.
This week Emmerdale will run their episodes as “time continuous”, so the “same day”, as things gear up for Home Farm’s infamous charity masquerade ball at the end of the week. Each episode will feature police interviews with characters discussing “something” that happened at the ball… Plus, Debbie’s geared up for her wedding, but Joe’s a no-show. Meanwhile Graham shows Joe £100k and warns him they have to leave now! Ross gets his hands on Simon and just what are Joe’s plans for Home Farm?
This autumn will see Eastenders work with Rape Crisis to tackle the misconceptions surrounding rape and sexual violence coinciding with the return of former character, Ruby, played by Louisa Lytton.
Elsewhere, head to Netflix for season one of The Haunting of Hill House, a horror reimagining Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel.
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