Hollyoaks confirms hostage drama for Sienna as Warren plan backfires

Hollyoaks spoilers follow.

Hollyoaks has confirmed some major plot twists set to come in the Warren Fox storyline in the upcoming scenes.

Warren recently pushed Ste Hay off a building as revenge for his involvement in Ella Richardson's accidental death, and in upcoming scenes, Sienna Blake tells Warren she wants to help him heal so he won't feel the need to seek vengeance.

However, a paranoid Warren thinks that Sienna is just trying to get him to admit to pushing Ste and is secretly recording the conversation. He asks for her phone but when she refuses to hand it over, he knocks her to the ground.

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After talking about his relationship with the twins and the need to be truthful, he admits what he did. Unbeknown to Warren, Sienna has indeed been recording the conversation.

When Ste learns about the recording, he tells Sienna that they shouldn't go to the police, and just delete it instead, because he's afraid of provoking Warren. Meanwhile, Sienna starts to panic when Sophie won't hand over her tablet, which has the confession on it.

In the village, Warren tries to apologise to Ste and James Nightingale, and offer an olive branch. The conversation leaves the couple more worried than revealed, though, as Sophie mentions that she's seen that there's a video of Sienna in Warren's flat on her tablet.

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Ste sneaks into Warren's place to try and find the tablet, but he's discovered...

Later on, at the manor, Sienna tells Maxine Minniver, Liberty Savage, and Dilly Harcourt that she's worried someone is sneaking around and watching them. After going outside to check, Sienna goes back inside to find the three women being held at gunpoint.

Sienna tries to reassure Maxine things are going to be okay, but will she able to handle it?

Hollyoaks streams first online via Channel 4 each weekday at 7.30pm. Episodes then air on E4 the following day, before getting their YouTube premiere a week after that.

Selected omnibus episodes are available via Prime Video.

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