Hollyoaks Favourites revisits male rape storyline from 2000

With Hollyoaks on a reduced amount of episodes at the moment due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the gap has been filled with many classic episodes. From serial killing Silas to the bus crash that interrupted Tony and Cindy’s wedding viewers have been given a chance to relive some of the best episodes that stood out.

Next week Hollyoaks Favourites, which airs Wednesday – Friday, rewinds the clock to 2000 and gives viewers, new and old, a look at one of the most taboo subjects in soaps when it aired a male rape storyline between rapist Mark Gibbs and Luke Morgan.

Wednesday 15th July

Episode 526 – October 2000

  • Writer: Chris Parker
  • Director: Reza Moradi
  • Presented by Gary Lucy

A look at Hollyoaks’ male rape storyline from the year 2000. Mark Gibbs is on trial for the rape of Luke Morgan. The distressing events of the night in question are recounted in court, and Mark faces interrogation.

Thursday 16th July

Episode 527 – October 2000

  • Writer: Chris Parker & Anna Clements
  • Director: Reza Moradi
  • Presented by Gary Lucy

A look at Hollyoaks’ male rape storyline from the year 2000. The rape trial continues as the harrowing events of the night when Luke Morgan was sexually assaulted by Mark Gibbs are recounted in court. Last to take the stand is one of Mark’s accomplices, Kenneth Boyd.

(Picture: Lime Pictures)

Friday 17th July

Episode 528 – October 2000

  • Writer: Chris Parker & Anna Clements
  • Director: Reza Moradi
  • Presented by Sarah Jayne Dunn

A look at Hollyoaks’ male rape storyline from the year 2000. A verdict is reached in the trial of Mark Gibbs for the rape of Luke Morgan. Will Luke finally get justice?

New Hollyoaks episodes air on Monday and Tuesday at 7pm on E4 with Hollyoaks Favourites across the rest of the week.

Gary Lucy as Luke Morgan (Picture: Lime Pictures)

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