EastEnders, Corrie, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks: Friday's soap highlights

Published Friday, Sep 25 2015, 00:02 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
EastEnders, Corrie, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks: we take a look at tonight's top soap stories…

EastEnders, BBC1, 8pm

Following Jane's shock bombshell, the court is up in arms, and her friends struggle to take in what's being said.

The prosecution start to tear apart her story, but Jane stays firm she was with Max the night Lucy died. Will the jury believe her?

EastEnders, Carol wants answers from Jane, Fri 25 Sep


Carol for one is absolutely furious Jane's only come forward now and made her doubt her brother, and back on the Square she wants answers. Will she get them?

Coronation Street, ITV, 7.30pm & 8.30pm

After the dramatic events of Wednesday night, the Platts try to pick up the pieces of their lives. With Callum's body playing on their minds, will they leave him where he is or risk getting caught by moving him?

Corrie, David and Kylie, Corrie live


With Sarah falling apart, David has to keep it together for the sake of his family. But with questions being asked about Callum's burnt out car, and his whereabouts, will David and Kylie keep their cool?

Emmerdale, ITV, 7pm

Andy is furious with Robert, but is horrified when a guilty Chas and Aaron cover for him. Feeling completely alone, Andy rushes out.

Lawrence also has it in for Robert, confronting him over the Home Farm break in, but is left infuriated when Robert gets the upper hand again.

Emmerdale, Robert is shot, Fri 25 Sep


Chas hates Robert for what he's doing to the village and confronts him, telling him he has to leave. As they're talking a gun shot rings out and blood appears on Robert's chest – who's shot Robert? And will he be okay?

Hollyoaks, C4, 6.30pm

Esther and Scott are going all-out planning Hollyoaks Pride, but an uncomfortable Tony lies that the council haven't approved the plans. He's put under pressure when the university LGBT committee arrive at The Hutch though.

Hollyoaks, Tony puts on Hollyoaks Pride, Fri 25 Sep

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But he's pleasantly surprised when the committee spends a lot at the restaurant, and Esther tells him it's a shame he can't cash in on the 'pink pound'. Unsurprisingly, Tony has an immediate change of heart and declares Hollyoaks Pride back on!

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