General Hospital dropped a new preview video that has sprung up for the week of January 22, 2024. It shows Spencer and Dante having a faceoff over Ace Cassadine. Will Spencer bear the brunt of Nik’s escape? Meanwhile, General Hospital Spoilers suggest Carly and Drew will celebrate their big move against Nina. But she has no intentions of taking the hit lying down. Keep reading to find out what more is loading this week!
General Hospital Spoilers: Carly and Drew Celebrate, Dante Confronts Spencer
It looks like Carly has recovered from her mourning period and is ready to take Nina’s head on. General Hospital spoilers and preview show that Drew has taken the first step towards revenge by firing Nina from Crimsons. In the preview video, Carly and Drew celebrate at Nina’s former desk by tossing her nameplate into the trash bin.
General Hospital spoilers reveal that during the week of January 22 – 26, 2024, Dante confronts Spencer over missing Ace Cassadine. Spencer boldly tells Dante that he handed Ace over to their father – Nikolas. Viewing this as illegal and unethical, Dante threatens to arrest Spencer. But will he really arrest him? Will Spencer pay for Nikolas’ decisions?
Nina Declares War, Curtis Learns His Fate
Carly and Drew may have won the first battle. But the war has just begun. General Hospital spoilers and preview reveal that Nina Reeve is resolute in fighting back against Carly and Drew. Other spoilers indicate that Valentin Cassadine soon offers Nina a proposition. Will Nina accept it? Moreover, will it do either of them any good? Because history is proof that both of them have self-destructive tendencies. And putting them together can’t really be a great idea.
General Hospital preview reveals that during the week of January 22-26, 2024, Curtis will finally learn his fate. His surgery has been successfully completed. But will the outcome be as expected? Will Curtis be able to walk again? Tell us your opinions in the comments. Meanwhile, stay tuned to TV Season & Spoilers for more General Hospital spoilers and updates.