Hollyoaks spoilers: Monday 26 – Friday 30 July 2021

Monday 26 July

  • Writer – Jonathan Boam
  • Director – Suzanne Readwin

The McQueens are delighted to have Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) back home, but her scheming stepdaughter Cher (Bethannie Hare) isn’t happy. Donna-Marie (Lucy-Jo Hudson) tries to prove to her son Romeo (Owen Warner) how well she knows him, but will it go to plan? Brooke (Tylan Grant) comes to a big realisation.

Tuesday 27 July

  • Writer – Katie Lythgow
  • Director – Suzanne Readwin

After making a shocking discovery yesterday, Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) is convinced that she was framed for taking baby Eva: can she find the real culprit? Donna-Marie (Lucy-Jo Hudson) is left scrambling as she tries to impress her estranged son Romeo (Owen Warner). Dodgy businessman Fergus (Robert Beck) wants to buy Price Slice off the Deveraux family and will go to any lengths to drive them out.

Wednesday 28 July

  • Writer – Alanna Hallum
  • Director – Suzanne Readwin

A furious Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) demands to know the truth. Goldie (Chelsee Healey) accidentally lets slip a big secret to an untrustworthy person. Fergus (Robert Beck) and Warren (Jamie Lomas) have a villainous plan up their sleeve.

(Picture: Lime Pictures)

Thursday 29 July

  • Writer – Zoë Lister
  • Director – Suzanne Readwin

The Price Slice heist ends in disaster. Meanwhile, Felix (Richard Blackwood) cheers up Martine (Kelle Bryan), and things get heated between them. Donna-Marie (Lucy-Jo Hudson) thinks outside the box to win over Romeo (Owen Warner). Sylver (David Tag) realises that some money has disappeared from his bank account, but who took it?

Friday 30 July

  • Writer – Thabo Mhlatshwa
  • Director – Suzanne Readwin

The repercussions of the Price Slice robbery leave many of the villagers in disarray, as police try to find the culprit. Martine (Kelle Bryan) feels guilty after sharing an intimate moment with Felix (Richard Blackwood). Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) is left scrambling for words. And The Hutch is in financial trouble.

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