Corrie Tyrone cheats, EastEnders baby secret exposed and 18 more soap spoilers

If there’s one thing soap fans have learned after all these years, it’s to expect the unexpected!

This proves to very much be the case next week, with a number of shocks on the cards for the mainstays of the long-running shows.

EastEnders sees Ricky Mitchell discover that he’s the father of Lily Slater’s baby, and all hell breaks loose as a result.

Over in Coronation Street, betrayal is seemingly on the cards, as Tyrone Dobbs sneaks off to a posh hotel all suited and booted to meet up with a lady, much to Evelyn Plummer’s horror.

But is everything as it seems?

Emmerdale, meanwhile, sees Priya Kotecha decide to leave the village, but when she reveals her decision, David Metcalfe takes shocking action, absconding with daughter Amba!

Last but most certainly not least, we’ve got Hollyoaks, which deals with the aftermath of Bobby Costello’s crimes, as the killer is sentenced. But just what fate lies ahead for him?

If you’re desperate to know everything there is to know about all-things soap, you’ve once again come to the right place, with having all the spoilers you could possibly need.

Here’s what’s in store for next week (January 23 to 27).


Ricky Jnr arrives to check in on Lily, but Martin works out that he’s the father of the baby, threatening to tell everyone the truth. Lily, terrifed, heads to find Ricky Jr, breaking the news to him. He rushes off, panicked, and blurts out the truth to Sam, who blows her chances at proving supportive. The Brannings and the Slaters have a big confrontation, where harsh words are exchanged.

Linda can’t face work, much to Alfie’s concern. Jay, however, turns up in a panic, revealing he’s forgotten to book the wedding reception, so the landlady comes to the rescue. After doing so, Linda asks Jay how he’s coping knowing that Lola will die, and they share a deep and meaningful conversation about hope. Patrick later offers advice to Linda on how to go on without Mick.

The morning of the wedding arrives, but Lola’s feeling unwell, admitting that she’s experiencing worrying symptoms. Kim takes her on a detour to the hospital, where Lola reveals she cannot marry Jay today. Jay, meanwhile, awaits the arrival of his bride at the registry office. Lola does arrive, asking to have a word with him. But will the wedding go ahead?

Coronation Street

Daryan promotes the refugee drop-in session with some flyers, suggesting to Max he might like to join them. Max, however, is disparaging and walks out, but the teen later spots something on his phone, listening to Blake delivering a racist rant – promising to put a stop to the drop-in session. As Blake heads into Speed Daal, secretly filming himself, it’s clear that his target is Maria. Maria delivers her speech, welcoming the refugees and offering them support – but what will transpire? What’s more, will Max tell anyone what Blake is up to? 

Blake makes out to the police that it was Max’s videos that inspired him to go on a stabbing spree. The array of racist material on Max’s computer leaves David in shock, warning him that he could be charged. DS Swain subsequently arrives, arresting Max on suspicion of incitement to murder.

Kirk offers Hope £5 to look after Peanut for the night. Hope negotiates, tells him to make it £10 and he’s got a deal. Things take a turn, however, when Peanut growls at Cilla the chinchilla, and Hope is later horrified to find the door to Cilla’s cage open! As the girls search the room, Hope lets out a scream, having found Cilla dead on the carpet. Peanut watches from her basket.

Tyrone fails to kiss Fiz goodbye when she leaves, piquing Evelyn’s interest. When Evelyn clocks Tyrone, suited and booted, climbing into a car, she’s convinced he’s about to embark on another affair and tells Roy they need to put a stop to his caper. Having followed Tyrone to a hotel bar, Evelyn and Roy watch as a blonde lady parks herself at Tyrone’s table and he squeezes her thigh. Evelyn is horrified – but is all as it seems?


When a veil catches alight from candles, Priya relives her past trauma. Leyla, meanwhile, is offered a new job in London by new client Justin, but he subsequently makes Priya the same offer and she accepts, much to Leyla’s horror. David, meanwhile, gets wind of Priya’s impending departure, and he kidnaps Amba, relocating to a remote cottage. Priya, horrified, decides to call the police, but Leyla tracks David down, hoping to reason with him. Will she succeed?

Cathy’s behaviour leaves Bob at the end of his tether, but he’s unaware of what she’s going through. Bernice, meanwhile, spots Cathy and catches her washing her skirt in the sink, prompting the teen to open up to her, revealing that her heavy periods is the reason why she missed her recent mock exam. Refusing to speak to Bob, Cathy goes to Manpreet, who writes her a prescription for the pill.

Mary is left deflated when her date doesn’t match her expectations, but that doesn’t stop her from trying again. The second date, however, is a no-show. Kim offers her some advice, instructing her to channel her inner confidence. Mary sets about doing just that, but will it be third time lucky for the beloved matriarch?


The day of Bobby’s sentencing arrives, and Mercedes turns up at court, as does Goldie, just in time for the judge to deliver the verdict. But just what fate lies ahead for Bobby?

Mercedes stuns Tony and Diane with a shock confession, leaving the couple well and truly speechless.

Imran and Justine grow closer at the clinic, as the former video calls Peri and Juliet.


Patsy Kensit makes her EastEnders debut as Lola’s mum Emma (Picture: BBC / Jack Barnes / Kieron McCarron)

  • Billy meets with Lola’s mum Emma in EastEnders
  • Gemma is dealt a devastating blow in Coronation Street
  • Caleb is perturbed by Cain’s intimidation in Emmerdale
  • Peri and Juliet make a decision about their future in Hollyoaks
  • Bernie is sacked by Nish in EastEnders
  • Daisy’s mum arrives in Coronation Street
  • Vinny lashes out at Paddy in Emmerdale
  • Eric receives a visitor in prison in Hollyoaks

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV. EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC One. Emmerdale airs Mondays to Fridays at 7:30pm on ITV. Hollyoaks airs Mondays to Fridays at 7pm on E4, with first look episodes daily on All4.

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