EastEnders‘ Sharon Rickman (Letitia Dean) will be left fighting for her life after becoming the victim of a brutal attack. In scenes to be screened next month, the bar owner is targeted by a mystery mugger who hits her over the head and leaves her for dead. The Sun reports that the attack occurs as Sharon closes up The Albert for the night and that she will be rushed to hospital after
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EastEnders womaniser Max Branning (Jake Wood) is forced to face the consequences of his recent fling with murder victim Lucy Beale in tonight’s episode. A showdown takes place at Lucy’s funeral after Ian (Adam Woodyatt) finds out that Max was sleeping with Lucy in the weeks leading up to her death. Ian initially resolves to keep a lid on his anger until after the funeral but Max lights the blue touch paper
Coronation Street chiefs have taken the decision to write out the character of Jenna Kamara. Jenna – played by Krissi Bohn since 2012 – will depart the street in scenes to be screened over the Summer. “I have enjoyed every single moment of my time on The Street. Although I am disappointed not to have my contract renewed I am thankful for all the experience I’ve gained and look forward to
Coronation Street fans will be able to watch exclusive scenes between Tina McIntyre (Michelle Keegan) and four murder suspects on the soap’s official website before the real culprit is exposed in episodes on ITV. From noon on Monday 19th May, viewers will gain exclusive access on itv.com/coronationstreet to four penultimate scenes showing Tina at loggerheads with an adversary on the balcony of the Builder’s yard. Viewers will be able to make their predictions as to who
Gillian Wright is to return to EastEnders for a short stint. The actress has agreed to reprise her role of quirky bi-polar sufferer Jean Slater in a storyline connected to her daughter Stacey played by Lacey Turner. Stacey made a brief reappearance in Albert Square earlier this year but is currently awaiting sentencing after confessing to the police that she killed Archie Mitchell. “I feel very honoured to be asked to reprise
EastEnders womaniser David Wicks is to depart the soap it has been confirmed. Digital Spy reports that Michael French – who has portrayed the character on and off since 1993 – had only agreed to reprise the role on a short-term basis and has already had his contract extended by Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins. Details on how David will depart the Square for a third time are being kept under wraps,
EastEnders‘ boss Dominic Treadwell-Collins has admitted that he had sleepless nights over the introduction of the Carter family. In a new interview with The Sun’s TV Magazine Treadwell-Collins also confirms plans to introduce further members of the clan in future storylines. “The Carters were a risk and I had a lot of sleepless nights about bringing them in. EastEnders is symbolised by The Vic – it’s the main stage and
Britain’s most successful female Olympian is to make a guest appearance in Emmerdale.
EastEnders bosses are planning to bolster the Mitchell clan with the return of Phil’s (Steve McFadden) son Ben.
EastEnders fans can now view an exclusive bonus scene connected to the Lucy Beale storyline via the soap’s official website. In tonight’s episode, a development in the investigation into Lucy’s mysterious death was aired when the police swooped into Walford to arrest Jake Stone (Jamie Lomas) on suspicion of her murder. The extra scene shows Jake being interviewed at the police station by officers Holt and Summerhayes but have they got the