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Picture Spoilers: Next week on Emmerdale (July 26-30)

Check out pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes of Emmerdale.

Next week on Emmerdale, Liam breaks down as Leanna is laid to rest.

Elsewhere, Liv gets under Aaron's skin, Marlon finds out about April's torment and Jamie finds himself booted out of the B&B.

Read on for pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes!


Monday, July 26 (Episode 9109)

Writer: Jo Summerscales
Director: Reece Dinsdale

Ben tells Aaron that he can't move in with him - he doesn't want to live with another alcoholic.

Ben on Emmerdale on July 26, 2021© ITV

Aaron on Emmerdale on July 26, 2021© ITV

Aaron fumes at Liv, who's getting drunk on vodka - blaming her for Ben not moving in. Liv tells him the real reason isn't her, it's that Ben isn't into him.

Liv on Emmerdale on July 26, 2021© ITV

Liv and Aaron on Emmerdale on July 26, 2021© ITV

Cathy tells April that it's best if she keeps the bullying a secret from Marlon.

Cathy and April on Emmerdale on July 26, 2021© ITV

This episode airs Monday, July 26 at 7pm on ITV


Tuesday, July 27 (Episode 9110)

Writer: Andrew Kirk
Director: Vicky Thomas

Liam slams Leyla and Jacob for their overblown ideas for Leanna's funeral and insists that he will be arranging things himself.

Jacob and Leyla on Emmerdale on July 27, 2021© ITV

Leyla and Liam on Emmerdale on July 27, 2021© ITV

Diane gets revenge on Jamie's behaviour towards Gabby by throwing his belongings out of the B&B.

Diane on Emmerdale on July 27, 2021© ITV

Jamie on Emmerdale on July 27, 2021© ITV

After Marlon learns the truth about April's bullying, he takes her phone and deletes all of her social media accounts.

April on Emmerdale on July 27, 2021© ITV

Marlon on Emmerdale on July 27, 2021© ITV

This episode airs Tuesday, July 27 at 7pm on ITV


Wednesday, July 28 (Episode 9111)

Writer: Dawn Harrison
Director: Vicky Thomas

Liam tells Charles he wants a traditional and dignified for Leanna but anger ensues when Jacob arrives and disagrees with his plans.

Jacob on Emmerdale on July 28, 2021© ITV

Liam on Emmerdale on July 28, 2021© ITV

Nate suggests Tracy visit Vanessa.

Tracy on Emmerdale on July 28, 2021© ITV

Nate on Emmerdale on July 28, 2021© ITV

Also: Jamie manipulates Andrea.

This episode airs Wednesday, July 28 at 7pm on ITV


Thursday, July 29 (Episode 9112)

Writer: Isobel Cameron
Director: Vicky Thomas

Jamie lies to Andrea about why he's not talking to his mother.

Andrea on the first episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

Jamie on the first episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

Meena's fiddling with Leanna's ring at the funeral and is horrified when it drops to the floor and rolls next to Liam's shoe.

Meena on the first episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

Meena fiddles with her ring on the first episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

The ring on the first episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

This episode airs Thursday, July 29 at 7pm on ITV


Thursday, July 29 (Episode 9113)

Writer: Jo Maris
Director: Vicky Thomas

Kim plays Paddy to get her own way.

Kim on the second episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

Paddy on the second episode of Emmerdale on July 29, 2021© ITV

Also: Liam breaks down and Andrea learns more truths.

This episode airs Thursday, July 29 at 8pm on ITV


Friday, July 30 (Episode 9114)

Writer: Linton Chiswick
Director: Peter Rose

Victoria and Amy help coach Ethan for his date.

Amy and Victoria on Emmerdale on July 30, 2021© ITV

Ethan on Emmerdale on July 30, 2021© ITV

Also: Faith puts her foot in it and Paddy despairs.

This episode airs Friday, July 30 at 7pm on ITV


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