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Hollyoaks spoilers: DEATH TRAP! Is this the end for James Nightingale?

James Nightingale remains trapped in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.
James Nightingale remains trapped in Hollyoaks on Channel 4. (Image credit: Lime Pictures )

Following the high-octane drama of last week’s stunt episodes James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) remains trapped in tonight’s Hollyoaks on at 6.30pm (See our TV Guide for full listings). 

After double-crossing ruthless Norma Crow (Glynis Barber) James was spied on by her associates and soon found himself kidnapped! 

With Norma, aka The Undertaker, vowing to do her worst, James was bundled into a coffin and left to die. 

Norma Crow had James kidnapped and put in a coffin.

Norma Crow had James kidnapped and put in a coffin.  (Image credit: Lime Pictures )

However, the explosion which rocked the village, gave him a chance to escape from the coffin but he remains trapped inside the city walls with no-one aware of his location.  

Is anyone going to find him before it’s too late? Or is he going to be left to perish and die a slow and painful death? 

Meanwhile, one village resident is still having haunting hallucinations of his own funeral and all the imaginary eulogies are a harsh reminder of the terrible mistakes he has made in the past. 

John Paul McQueen is wracked with guilt in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.

John Paul McQueen is wracked with guilt in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.  (Image credit: Lime Pictures )

Over at the McQueen’s,  alcoholic John Paul McQueen (James Sutton) is beating himself up for falling off the wagon and once again, turning to booze. 

He confides in his family about how low and pathetic he is feeling.

They reassure him that he did what was best for the family and there’s no need to be so harsh on himself. 

Wanting to cheer John Paul up, they decide to throw themselves into a spot of karaoke.  

Sienna Blake vows to finish Norma Crow off once and for all in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.

Sienna Blake vows to finish Norma Crow off once and for all in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.  (Image credit: Lime Pictures )

Elsewhere, Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) wants to know where she stands with Norma after learning that Joel Dexter (Rory Douglas Speed) was threatened at the carnival. 

Sienna is aware that Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas) could be in terrible danger but she doesn’t want to get involved.

However, it looks as if she is about to get sucked into a vengeful plan when an urn arrives with her name on it. 

Realising that it's a threat from The Undertaker, Sienna can take no more and vows  to finish off Norma once and for all! 

DeMarcus Westwood fears he will never be released in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.

DeMarcus Westwood fears he will never be released in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.  (Image credit: Lime Pictures)

Plus, Felix Westwood (Richard Blackwood) and Leah Barnes (Ela-May Demircan) visit Felix’s son, DeMarcus Westwood (Tomi Ade) at the young offenders institute where he has been ever since becoming the chief suspect for the murder of policeman, Saul Reeves (Chris Charles). 

Leah tries to boost DeMarcus’s spirits by telling him about her success with her ‘Free DeMarcus’ campaign. 

However, DeMarcus, who is innocent of the crime and was framed for Saul’s stabbing by his nemesis, Joseph Holmes (Olly Rhodes) says he has lost all hope of ever being freed. 

Felix Westwood is determined to prove his son is innocent in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.

Felix Westwood is determined to prove his son is innocent in Hollyoaks on Channel 4.  (Image credit: Lime Pictures)

Felix is devastated to see his son suffering so much and decides he needs to do more to help him. 

He tells Leah to put out a cash reward for whoever can prove his son’s innocence. 

Will a potential witness be tempted to come forward?  

Hollyoaks airs Monday- Friday on C4 at 6.30pm 

Switch over to catch the next episode at 7:00pm on E4

Or stream the episodes first on All4

Tess Lamacraft
Senior Writer for What's On TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite week, Whattowatch.com

Tess is a senior writer for What’s On TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite and WhattoWatch.com She's been writing about TV for over 25 years and worked on some of the UK’s biggest and best-selling publications including the Daily Mirror where she was assistant editor on the weekend TV magazine, The Look, and Closer magazine where she was TV editor. She has freelanced for a whole range of websites and publications including We Love TV, The Sun’s TV Mag, Woman, Woman’s Own, Fabulous, Good Living, Prima and Woman and Home.