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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.

Drama on Em­merdale

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