Monday 20 January 2020

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Emmerdale He's worse than Michael Myers that Cameron. Indeed the Dales' cut price Robert Downey Jnr has come back to the village to get Debbie, leaving in his wake a startled Sarah, a mangled Marlon and Zak minus his shotgun. Expect the inevitable hostage situation in The Woolly. In other incidental storylines: Sean informs Ali that Ruby plans to leg it and can Alicia get through Priya's hen night without beating herself to death with her own fascinator?

Fair City After finally copping that Paddy's a bad egg, Vivienne figures out a way to dispose of her doting husband right as they're about to renew their vows. Thing is, it comes at a hefty price. She should ask Decco and Zumo for some spare sponds given Paddy's trying to get them to rob a Cash for Gold joint. Orla thinks DJ Colm Hayes (yes, cringeful cameo alert) may have the answer to her dating issues – this is after she shares an unnervingly long hug with Wayne.

EastEnders Jack throws a flat-warming party to lift Ronnie's spirits, but Phil throws the cat amongst the cupcakes by making it clear he doesn't approve of their relationship, which tests the Mitchell's loyalties. And in yet another storyline that just won't quit: Michael continues to utilise Alice in his quest to ruin Janine, but will she fall further into his plan?

Coronation Street They're finally coming across with the DNA results – and just in time for the Christening, which is nice. There will be fireworks among the Platt/Tilsley/ McIntyre clan. A blast from the past returns to The Rovers. You can assume she's related to Steve, has impressive teeth, and a penchant for Nordies. Finally, will Roy be able to support Hayley with her final wish?

Ros na Run Tadhg and Lee are done with being bossed about by Frances and will Berni's sister Aisling be willing to save a life?

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