Hollyoaks is taking viewers back in time once more next week, as it returns to 2009 with a classic instalment centring on the teens of the eponymous village, as they break into the school ahead of their GCSE results.
Over the past couple of months, viewers have been enjoying some of the Channel 4 soap’s finest outings from years gone by.
Two special series — Hollyoaks Favourites and [email protected] — kept us entertained with classic episodes during the Covid-19 pandemic, which saw production halt on current instalments.
With newer episodes being rationed out at three a week — before being further cut to two — the soap eventually went off our screens.
Classic episodes were transmitted in its absence, until new outings returned on September 7 — with the soap back on our screens four times a week from Monday to Thursday.
As one can never have too much Hollyoaks, the Friday slot has been occupied with classic episodes once more, and next week’s takes us back to 2009, centring on a school break-in.
Anita and Lauren break into Hollyoaks High at night to get their GCSE results, but little do they know that Theresa (Jorgie Porter) and Newt are there also — kissing in the classroom!
They all sneak into the headteacher’s office, but — when faced with the results envelope — none of them can bring themselves to open it.
They’re caught by fellow student, Ricky in the 6th Form Common Room and he suggests they all have some fun before they find out what their future holds.
This episode — the soap’s 2,633rd — was initially broadcast on August 27, 2009.
One to watch: Friday November 13 at 7pm on E4.
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