The Channel 4 soap was be forced to halt production down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the episode which was being filmed prior to lockdown were been subsequently rationed out in an effort to keep the soap on air. Only two installments airing a week, the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday slots on E4 were be filled with an older episode in a series entitled Hollyoaks Favorites.
Hollyoaks is set to revisit one of its most controversial storylines ever for its [email protected] series. Next week’s worth of episode will be a flashback to Becca’s pregnancy, as she will be questioning whether husband Jake Dean (Kevin Sacre) or Justin is the father of her child. The Serial drama has have been screening some iconic episodes form each of the art of his history in honor of reaching 25 years.
Next week we will be cast our minds back to 2006 episode of Hollyoaks, to revisit schoolteacher Becca Hayton (Ali Bastin) and 17-years-old student Justin burton’s (Chris Fountain0 illegal relationship.
It’s 2006 and teacher, Becca is pregnant at school, she will confide in potential father, Justin that she’s bleeding after a student bump into her, Justin will take Becca to the hospital, but they will be dressed in his school uniform, the nurse will mistake him fir her life brother. When everything is fine with the baby. Justin questions why Becca is still upset, but it’s because she doesn’t be knowing who the father is Justin of her husband, jake. Justin wants to be further with Becca but she will tell him it can not happen. It’s the end of the line for them.
In 2001 it was being made illegal for a teacher to be engaged in sexual activity with pupils at their school under the age of 18. Anthony’s story that will be been seen again next week involves Becca’s pregnancy and wonders whether the father is husband, Jake Dean, or Justin.
The schedule was be cut from being five to two episodes a week at the start of lockdown, to keep the program on air as long as possible but now has to come to an end for a while. Hollyoaks plans to be returned with an increase to four nights a week in the autumn, with an expected return to the full five-night pattern by January 2021.