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Picture Spoilers: Next week on Hollyoaks (Feb 19-23)

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

Next week on Hollyoaks, Dilly is fast running out of places to hide following her involvement in Rafe's death - is Ethan really her saviour?

Elsewhere, the Osbornes try to work out what is going on with Frankie, Romeo finds himself in a dangerous position in prison and Yazz gets an exciting new job opportunity.

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


Monday, February 19 (Episode 6312)

Writer: Jessy Keely
Director: Lloyd Eyre-Morgan

Ethan bids goodbye to Dilly, having sorted a way for her to leave the country. Later though, we see Dilly in Cindy's flat with her head wound getting worse...

Leela on Hollyoaks on February 19, 2024© Lime Pictures

Dilly on Hollyoaks on February 19, 2024© Lime Pictures

Dilly on Hollyoaks on February 19, 2024© Lime Pictures

Also: Jack suggests to Nancy that she talk to Frankie about the slap, Peri tells James that Romeo is best away from him and Pearl encourages Leela to give Joel another chance.

This episode airs Monday, February 19 at 7pm on E4 and from 7.30pm on Friday, February 16 via Channel 4 streaming


Tuesday, February 20 (Episode 6313)

Writer: Jonathan Boam
Director: Lloyd Eyre-Morgan

Peri visits Romeo and tells him that they're not breaking up - she's going to wait for him.

Elsewhere, Suzanne opens up to Darren about Frankie's past, while Leah tells Joel that she may have a plan to get him and Leela back together.

This episode airs Tuesday, February 20 at 7pm on E4 and from 7.30pm on Monday, February 19 via Channel 4 streaming


Wednesday, February 21 (Episode 6314)

Writer: Daniel Alexis
Director: Lloyd Eyre-Morgan

Suzanne and Darren try to figure out what's really upsetting Frankie, while Pearl tells Jack that they should have some space while he builds bridges with his family.

Frankie on Hollyoaks on February 21, 2024© Lime Pictures

Suzanne and Darren on Hollyoaks on February 21, 2024© Lime Pictures

Also: Ethan steals Sienna's passport for Dilly, Romeo finds himself in a dangerous situation and Leah encourages Joel to write a love letter to Leela.

This episode airs Wednesday, February 21 at 7pm on E4 and from 7.30pm on Tuesday, February 20 via Channel 4 streaming


Thursday, February 22 (Episode 6315)

Writer: Daniel Moulson
Director: Lloyd Eyre-Morgan

Ethan decides to stay in the village for the sake of Mason, but when an annoyed Dilly declares that she's staying too, Ethan reminds her that she doesn't have a family in the village.

Meanwhile, Charlie returns home and reminds Darren of all the times Jack has been there for him.

This episode airs Thursday, February 22 at 7pm on E4 and from 7.30pm on Wednesday, February 21 via Channel 4 streaming


Friday, February 23 (Episode 6316)

Writer: Thabo Mhlatshwa
Director: Will Herbert

Yazz tells Misbah that she's down to the final three for a major new journalism job.

James realises that his blackmail will no longer work, while Ethan admits to Sienna that he helped Dilly to escape from the village. But has she really gone?

Elsewhere, JJ tries to warn Lucas off spending time with Frankie but he's not intimidated.

This episode airs Friday, February 23 at 7pm on E4 and from 7.30pm on Thursday, February 22 via Channel 4 streaming


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