Holby City is making its hotly anticipated comeback next week (Tuesday, November 10), and it looks like there could be trouble in paradise for couple Jac Naylor and Kian Madani.
Jac (Rosie Marcel) and Kian (Ramin Karimloo) have been sharing a secret romance for months, and it's been revealed their close bond will be tested and could be "split up" in future episodes.
Fans of the BBC medical drama saw the duo's romance going from strength to strength in past episodes, but in the coming months the couple are set to hit some bumps in the road.
As they pursue their secret romance, the lovebirds will be tested when Kian's addiction relapse begins to spiral out of control.
Could their relationship struggles result in Jac and Kian splitting up before the year is out?
It's been predicted that the pair's relationship won't last and Kian's issues will tear the couple apart.
In exclusive odds shared with Daily Star Online, bookmakers Ladbrokes have odds on Jac and Kian "to split up" before the end of the year at 1/2.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "We're strapping ourselves in for plenty of heartbreak over the next couple of months and while Ange and Fletch's relationship might soon be on the rocks, it looks as though a Jac and Kian break-up is even more imminent."
Viewers also may have noticed some subtle tension between Ange and Fletch in the show's last episode in August, and their relationship is also set to be tested in new episodes.
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Fans will have to wait and see what happens as all will be revealed over the next few months.
Holby City has been off air for three long months, and viewers can expect plenty of drama in the new episodes starting next week.
New plots include a groundbreaking coronavirus special, Ric Griffin's departure and Sacha struggling to cope with the loss of Essie.
Holby City returns on Tuesday, November 10 at 8.15pm on BBC One.
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