Jason has a warning for Britt in General Hospital this week (Picture: ABC)
General Hospital is is back to regular programming after last week’s Capitol riot shook up scheduling.
The ABC soap is full of kidnapping drama, new enemies, and close-call secret reveals as we continue to keep up with the residents of Port Charles, NY.
Monday’s episode sees Jordan try to make amends with Molly while Curtis intervenes with TJ.
Elsewhere, Ava blindsides Carly, Jax and Joss come to an agreement and Maxie asks Nina to do a cover story on Sasha.
Tuesday sees Brick meet with Jason and Sasha calls out Cyrus.
Curtis runs into Laura, Olivia looks to help Sam and Alexis receives a painful reminder.
Will Britt heed the warning about Cyrus? (Picture: ABC)
On Wednesday, viewers will see Sam and Olivia work together while Tracy catches up with Finn.
Elsewhere Chase runs into Michael, Willow remains conflicted and Jason is convinced Cyrus is responsible.
Thursday’s episode sees Carly make a heart-wrenching decision while Jax and Nina take a big step in their relationship.
Ava inadvertently comes closer to exposing a secret, Cameron and Trina wonder what to tell Josslyn and Olivia seeks Robert’s help.
The week ends with Friday’s episode seeing Sam overhear an important phone call and Olivia looks to Tracy for answers.
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Elsewhere, Jason warns Britt about Cyrus, Jax apologizes to Nina, and Cam is accepted to a prestigious college.
General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC.
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