Hollyoaks unveils three more classic episodes airing in Hollyoaks Favourites series

Amy West

From Digital Spy

Hollyoaks is to air reruns in place of new episodes now that production on the Channel 4 soap has been halted due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, it's revealed three more classic episodes.

The series, dubbed Hollyoaks Favourites, is to launch on Thursday, April 2 and will be narrated by former soap star Jorgie Porter. It'll continue on the Friday, before being broadcast on subsequent Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

The first two instalments will be a double-bill in a sense, centering on Mercedes McQueen (Jennifer Metcalfe) and Dr. Shirley Paul Browning's wedding from 2013.

And the next three, narrated by Kieron Richardson, have now been unveiled.

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Cameron holds the Lomax family hostage (originally aired 2017)

Air date: Wednesday, April 8

Cameron Campbell wants to prove to daughter, Peri, how much he loves her and is desperate to protect her at all costs, but he ends up holding her and the rest of her scared family hostage in a cabin in the woods… Will anyone find them before killer Cameron strikes again?

Silas vs Lindsey (originally aired 2016)

Air date: Thursday, April 9

The infamous gloved-hand killer, Lindsey Roscoe has met her match in fellow serial killer, Silas Blissett. After they teamed up to take down Mercedes, Silas has a change of heart, with fatal consequences…

Laurie Shelby vs Sienna, Sinead and Diane (originally aired 2019)

Air date: Friday, April 10

Master manipulator, Laurie Shelby has been making Sienna Blake and wife, Sinead’s lives a misery for months, but now, the women have decided to fight back, with the help of Sinead’s mum, Diane.

Hollyoaks airs Mondays-Wednesdays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, and from April 6, it will air on Mondays and Tuesdays at 6.30pm. First-look episodes will air on E4 at 7pm.

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