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Picture Spoilers: Next week on Hollyoaks (June 14-18)

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

Next week on Hollyoaks, Sally goes to extreme lengths to get John Paul out of prison and put herself in his place.

Elsewhere, Liberty goes mysteriously missing, Shaq admits the truth about what happened the day before his wedding and Brooke decides to get a job.

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

Monday, June 14 (Episode 5611)

Writer: Jonathan Boam
Director: Mustapha Kseibati

When Donna-Marie thanks Jack for letting her stay at his house, Juliet gets the wrong end of the stick and accuses her of sleeping with him.

Donna-Marie on Hollyoaks on June 14, 2021© Lime Pictures

Jack on Hollyoaks on June 14, 2021© Lime Pictures

Juliet and Peri on Hollyoaks on June 14, 2021© Lime Pictures

Also: Liberty hears a damning conversation between Sienna and Summer, while Martine and Grace go toe to toe... again.

This episode airs Monday, June 14 at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and Friday, June 11 at 7pm on E4

Tuesday, June 15 (Episode 5612)

Writer: James Coleman
Director: Mustapha Kseibati

Sally does her best to get John Paul out of the nick but James tells her that the best she can hope for is for his sentence to be reduced. Meanwhile John Paul's son, Mathew-Jesus, overhears Sally and Theresa talking and is left fuming, thinking that his dad killed George.

Elsewhere, Grace and Martine bond over drinks at The Loft and Liberty goes AWOL.

This episode airs Tuesday, June 15 at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and Monday, June 14 at 7pm on E4

Wednesday, June 16 (Episode 5613)

Writer: Sarah Brown
Director: Mustapha Kseibati

Imran tells Ripley about a live stream of a rave and asks if they know anyone else who might be interested. Ripley suggests it to Brooke, who says they are broke.

Imran on Hollyoaks on June 16, 2021© Lime Pictures

Ripley on Hollyoaks on June 16, 2021© Lime Pictures

Elsewhere, Damon finds a goodbye letter from Liberty, Sally has a new plan to convince the police she killed George and Shaq asks Sami for a job.

This episode airs Wednesday, June 16 at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and Tuesday, June 15 at 7pm on E4

Thursday, June 17 (Episode 5614)

Writer: Sachin Kureishi
Director: Mustapha Kseibati

Sally is eager to get going with the murder re-enactment and casts Sylver as George. Meanwhile, John Paul confides to Mercedes that he's finding it tough in prison.

Also: Shaq overhears Sami mocking him, Summer has to rethink her revenge plan on Brody and Ripley helps Brooke practise for job interviews.

This episode airs Thursday, June 17 at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and Wednesday, June 16 at 7pm on E4

Friday, June 18 (Episode 5615)

Writer: Jayshree Patel
Director: Mustapha Kseibati

PC Smith tells Sally that he's going to need a sample of her blood if they are to get her sent down for George's murder. Will her plan succeed?

Meanwhile, Shaq opens up to Verity on why he fled his wedding and she urges him to talk to Misbah to find out the truth about his parentage.

Damon, Brody and Sienna put up posters in their search for Liberty, while Romeo remains oblivious as Cher continues to suffer from the online trolling.

This episode airs Friday, June 18 at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and Thursday, June 17 at 7pm on E4

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