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Struggling to keep track of the constant stream of soap spoilers? Fear not, as every Monday Digital Spy picks out the biggest and best storylines hitting your screens in the week ahead.
1. Coronation Street: Nina takes her revenge on Corey
(Thursday at 9pm on ITV)
Struggling to come to terms with Seb's brutal murder, grieving Nina has been using alcohol to mask her pain. Waking up in the ginnel following her latest bender, Nina staggers home and lies to Roy about where she has been. She then tears up her graphic novel, declaring that her work is rubbish just like her life.
Trying to help, Roy and Asha tape the book back together and post photos on her Instagram account, but their actions only result in making Nina even angrier. Storming over to the Corner Shop, she attempts to steal another bottle of vodka, but is caught by Carla, who warns that getting drunk won't solve anything.
Ignoring Carla's advice, Nina joins Daisy and her mate Noah for drinks in the Bistro and drowns her sorrows in a bottle of wine. Worried Daisy tries to return her drunk pal home to Roy, but Nina has other ideas and leaps into a nearby taxi.
After pulling another all-nighter, Nina returns to the cobbles and heads to The Rovers to booze it up with Hughie, an older guy she met the night before. In her sloshed state, Nina agrees to accompany Hughie back to his hotel, where she spots Tommy Orpington sat at a table with Corey and his 'Best New Talent' award.
Unable to control her rage, Nina announces that Corey kicked her boyfriend to death. As the men get up and leave, she grabs Corey's award and follows them out with menacing intent.
2. Emmerdale: Wendy outs Luke's killer secret to Victoria
(Monday at 8pm on ITV)
It's the morning after the night before for Luke as he wakes up hungover on Wendy's sofa full of despair over his confession to Victoria. Realising that her son only told his girlfriend part of the truth, Wendy urges him to reveal the whole story about his brawl with Lee, which occurred the same day he was attacked by Robert.
Later, the couple get a chance to talk, but Vic remains baffled by the chef's cagey behaviour and wants Luke to tell her everything he has been hiding if they're to stand a chance of working things out.
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Still Luke can't bring himself to be fully honest, so Wendy decides to do it for him and stuns Victoria by detailing the shocking events of that fateful day.
Shaken by the revelation, Victoria starts to put the pieces together and is devastated to realise that Luke's fight with Lee could have caused his death, meaning Robert may have been sent down for a crime he didn't commit.
It looks as if there's no going back for Vic and Luke's relationship, and Wendy fears her actions may have destroyed her family forever.
3. EastEnders: Dani Dyer makes her soap debut
(Tuesday at 7.35pm on BBC One)
Having agreed to meet Linda at her baby scan, the day turns into a right mare for Mick when a run of bad luck results in him running late for the appointment. The landlord hails a passing cab and meets Jeanette the driver, who's heavily pregnant.
While Linda anxiously waits for her hubby to arrive, Mick's journey to get to her takes an unexpected turn when Jeanette's waters suddenly break, and he's forced to take the wheel to get her to hospital in time. Will they make it before the baby arrives?
At last Mick reaches Linda, but before he has the chance to explain the reason for his lateness, she drops a bombshell about the baby. Stunned, Mick insists he'll love the child no matter what, but Linda remains fearful about Max being involved.
Following their emotional heart-to-heart, the couple reach a decision. As she stands behind the bar at The Vic, Linda tells her punters that she has got an important announcement to make.
4. Hollyoaks: Sally fights to free John Paul
(Tuesday at 7pm on E4 and Wednesday at 6.30pm on Channel 4)
The guilt of her killer secret is weighing heavily on Sally as she steps up her mission to free John Paul from jail. She attempts to help James with the case, but the lawyer warns her that – because of JP's false admission of guilt – the best they can do is minimise his sentence.
Later, Matthew-Jesus overhears Sally talking to Theresa and wrongly thinks his dad was responsible for murdering George. As the youngster fumes at his father, it's all too much for Sally. She calls Mercedes and Sylver, announcing that she has something to tell them.
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Determined to expose her crime, the headteacher hatches a plan to film a re-enactment of George's murder, and casts Sylver to play the role of the deceased copper. Mercy isn't initially sold on the idea, but when John Paul reveals he has been given a hard time by the prison guards, she agrees to go along with it.
In typical McQueen style, things don't go according to plan and Sally ends up turning to PC Smith for help in getting her sent down. The pair arrange a secret meeting, where the policeman tells Sally that he'll need a sample of her blood to use as evidence.
Theresa voices her concerns by warning Sally that her new ally isn't to be trusted, but she refuses to budge and prepares to say her goodbyes to everyone.
5. Neighbours: Roxy schemes to get Amy sacked
(Tuesday at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5)
Unable to get over Terese making Amy manager of The Flamingo Bar over her, Roxy has been busy plotting to push her rival out. Although certain that Amy will eventually mess things up by herself, Roxy is intrigued to learn there was some drama surrounding her recent trip to Cairns.
Desperate for any dirt to use against Amy, she starts digging and soon manages to discover what went on. Victorious Roxy can barely contain her glee as she fills Terese in about what she has learnt, and leaves feeling confident that her aunt will fire Amy and offer the dream role to her.
However, Roxy's hopes are dashed once more when Amy turns up for work as if nothing ever happened and Paul and Terese won't divulge why they let her off the hook so easily.
Refusing to be beaten, Roxy soon spies another opportunity for sabotage when Amy starts making arrangements for her first big Lassisters event.
6. Emmerdale: It's decision time for Liv
(Monday at 8pm on ITV)
With Aaron's concerns for Liv's welfare mounting, Chas is grateful when Ben offers to accompany him on a mission to rescue his wayward sibling. As the lads set off, Liv is in a bad way over at the caravan site, as she hits the bottle to blot out unpleasant events from the previous night.
After a long and difficult journey, Aaron and Ben finally arrive at Sandra's caravan, only to be greeted by the sight of Liv in the throes of a violent seizure. It transpires this is the drunken teen's second one in as many days, and Sandra is disturbed to realise the extent of her daughter's self-destructive behaviour.
For troubled Liv, her ailing health leaves her at crossroads as she realises that she needs to make a decision about how she wants to live her life. But as she considers which path to take, she's stunned when Sandra makes her feelings towards her very clear.
7. Coronation Street: Tyrone's new look causes a stir
(Monday at 9pm on ITV)
Evelyn's eyes nearly pop out of their sockets when she arrives at Tyrone's to collect the girls and is greeted by her grandson dressed head-to-toe in trendy clobber. Embarrassed by her reaction to his new look, Ty insists it was Alina's idea for him to have an image change and she picked out the clothes for him.
Later, it's party time in Weatherfield as Emma invites her pals for a cocktail evening that Curtis is hosting at the Bistro. Newly-single Fiz agrees to join in the fun, but her heart sinks when she sees Alina arriving at the bar looking a million dollars, closely followed by Tyrone flossing a pair of very skinny jeans.
It's Fiz's idea of hell having to spend an evening with her ex and the woman he ditched her for, but when hilarity ensues, she ends up having the last laugh.
8. EastEnders: Ruby suffers a second miscarriage
(Tuesday at 7.35pm on BBC One)
Another row breaks out in the Fowler/Slater household this week when Ruby encourages the kids to write down their worries in a 'worry jar', and then takes a sneak peek at Lily's. The youngster doesn't take kindly to her stepmum's snooping and storms off.
Jean attempts to restore the peace by encouraging Ruby to be warmer with Lily, but their chat is halted when the club owner suddenly doubles over in pain.
Following a visit to the GP to get checked out, Ruby returns home and tells Jean that she's pregnant, but the doctor has said it's almost certain she'll miscarry again. Martin is devastated by the bleak diagnosis, but Ruby insists she'll be fine and heads off to pick Lily up from school.
Finally it seems the pair are heading for a truce when Lily tells Ruby she'll be a great mum one day, but moments later, Ruby experiences a sharp stomach cramp and realises her miscarriage has started.
Heartbroken that this is happening to her again, Ruby tries to seek comfort from spending the evening with Lily and focusing on slowly building their newfound bond.
9. Hollyoaks: Liberty goes missing
(Monday at 7pm on E4 and Tuesday at 6.30pm on Channel 4)
The secret's out for Sienna and Summer when Liberty discovers they've been having an affair behind Brody's back. Appalled, Liberty confronts Sienna, but is caught by surprise when her sister turns the tables and threatens her to keep quiet.
Following their confrontation, Liberty mysteriously vanishes from the village, and Damon is puzzled to receive a text from her, saying she needs some time away. As a search gets under way, Damon then discovers a goodbye letter from his missing girlfriend on the Love Boat and is convinced she must have left him.
Meanwhile, Liberty's disappearance throws a spanner in the works for Summer when Brody tells her they should postpone their wedding until she has been found. His suggestion is the last thing Summer wants, but as her feelings for Sienna start to intensify, she's conflicted over whether to continue with her revenge plan.
And when Brody surprises her with a gift of his grandma's bracelet that she wore on her own wedding day, Summer writes in her diary she's not sure how much more she can take.
10. Home and Away: Christian's haunted by the past
(Tuesday at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5)
Christian has been living life on the edge following his near-death experience at the hands of Lewis, but his new carefree attitude isn't impressing Tori. Dismissing his suggestion they should go Arctic free diving in Norway, the doc tells her fiancé to focus on their wedding plans instead.
But it's not long before the couple are at odds again when Tori learns Christian has been encouraging Leah to continue her search for Susie, then finds him getting a tarot reading from Marilyn. Annoyed, Tori lays into Christian, who insists he just wants to find some inner peace after his horrific ordeal.
Later in the week, Tori is there to support Christian as he returns to work at the hospital for the first time since the attack. The medic tries to put a brave face on things, but in search of answers, he finds himself drawn back to the disused wing where it all happened.
Moments later, a patient with a suspected stroke arrives in the emergency department, but Christian is nowhere to be seen. Jasmine tries to contact her colleague, unaware he's lying paralysed with fear on the same bed Lewis attempted to murder him in.
Finally, Christian reappears, but refuses to tell Jasmine or Tori where he has been. After work, he jumps straight into his car and speeds off down the bush roads in need of his next adrenaline rush.
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