Hollyoaks: Rayne is found dead

Episode 6208

Channel 4 streaming release date: Monday 25 September 2023 at 19:30

E4 airdate: Tuesday 26 September 2023 at 19:00

Hour-long episode

A seemingly lifeless Rayne floats in the swimming pool of the luxury villa, then bursts out of the water. She swims up to her camera and smiles, telling her followers: "The old Rayne is dead…long live Rayne 2.0". Lacey is stunned, but Rayne explains that it's a video for Love Cave producers.

The 20-somethings are overwhelmed as they arrive at the mansion house, with taxi driver Benny helping them get there.

Rayne is warned by Faye that she is going to have to ramp up the drama for the Love Cave producers, as the manor house is fitted with cameras to catch all the action.

Rayne threatens Nadira that if she pushes her over returning the deposit, she will tell Lacey that Nadira got the money for the luxurious house by illegal means.

At the same time, in a basement, Peri wins round Brent, who has been holding her captive and they both turn up at the house. Prince urges Peri to keep going on her quest to expose Rayne as a liar.

Rayne announces a 'roast’ at dinner – where they each open up about their true opinions on each other. She picks apart her friends one by one and the game turns into 'who would you kill?' Everyone chooses Rayne. Later Rayne is found dead.

Meanwhile, Mercedes begs Felix to talk after declining his marriage proposal. Felix is consumed with watching moments from his old family life with Martine. Furious Pearl tries to protect him, but Mercedes is determined that their love is real.

Filled with self-loathing, Mercedes sleeps with Warren again at the garage, but Felix sees.

Felix then flees, but Warren knows where he is headed and follows in chase to a quarry they used to visit while at the children's home together. At the clifftop, Warren tries to get Felix to connect with him as his mental health deteriorates. Can either of them make it home safe? And what future awaits the best friends after Warren's betrayal?

Writer: Alan Flanagan

Director: Will Brenton

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