Here, we’ve brought together all of the top spoilers for the next few days, so you can prepare yourself for everything coming up!
Faith Dingle (Sally Dexter) is hoping life will be on the up with her new plans for village life, but whether or not she’ll be successful in carving out a new way of living remains to be seen. In the past, obstacles have always gotten in her way; could this finally be the turning point she’s been looking for, for years?
Meanwhile, a shocking hour-long episode this week will see Kim Tate (Claire King) suffer a fall after swigging from a brandy bottle and a confrontation with Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham), who storms out of the house just before a dizzy Kim collapses.
There she is left, unconscious throughout the night before Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick) turns up and shouts in her surprise. Fortunately, Kim opens her eyes and is brought back to the land of the living, but at what cost? Despite Lydia’s pleas, she refuses to book an appointment with the doctor…
Matty Barton (Ash Palmisciano) is also facing some monumental changes in his life this week, when he signs himself up for an assessment and consultation in regards to having his lower surgery. Though he’s nervous about opening up, he confides in Amy Wyatt (Chelsea Halfpenny) who tells him that this is about whatever he personally feels confident with; the choice should be his and nobody else’s.
Over on the cobbles, Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) and Simon Barlow (Alex Bain) are preparing to leave Weatherfield, recognising that their safety could be in danger and it’s too late to save themselves and those they love without taking to the road.
When Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor) tells Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) the truth, revealing everything that has been going on in regards to the drug dealing and police involvement, Nick rushes in a bid to keep Leanne around, promising her he can help.
The drama for the Barlow family shows no sign of slowing down, as Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) is told he needs a liver transplant but, there’s no guarantee he will be a high priority to get one, on the always-long transplant waiting list.
Though he's stunned by the news, Peter promises he won't give up before breaking the news to Carla Connor (Alison King), telling her that whilst he needs a transplant, nothing will stand in the way of their big wedding.
She's accused later in the week of having an affair, when Tracy Barlow (Kate Ford) shares Daniel Barlow's (Rob Mallard) concerns that she's sleeping with someone else. A Zoom meeting with the transplant coordinator descends into chaos when Tracy digs into the alleged infidelity and, Daniel can't hold his tongue.
On Albert Square, there are also wedding plans, but could they come crashing down? The teasers for this week’s slew of episodes have certainly suggested so!
Thinking about his future at the start of this week, Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami) calls Martin Fowler (James Bye) and asks him to be his best man, revealing that his wedding to Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) will take place next week.
Having cut a deal with Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) to take on his charges however, he begins to get cold feet when he’s manipulated by Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith), who doesn’t want Kush and Whitney to get married at all. Arguing he wants out, Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) defends the deal to Whitney, not knowing that she didn’t have a clue there was any agreement even in place.
When it comes time for Kush's plea hearing, a few different names are left worried about what he might say. With Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) checking up on him on court, Kush feels pressured. Exactly what plea he enters remains to be seen…
If Summer Ranger (Rhiannon Clements) was hoping for a quiet week, she’ll be disappointed. The ever-villainous Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) spikes her drink so she can get some alone time with Brody Hudson (Adam Woodward), but she’ll be left regretting her decision when the truth comes out later in the week.
Meanwhile, Felix Westwood (Richard Blackwood) is overheard by Martine Deveraux (Kéllé Bryan) asking for a favour from Celeste Faroe (Andrea Ali), leaving her furious as it would implicate her in the dodgy business deal. When Celeste sees the two arguing, she jumps to the conclusion that Martine is still in love with Felix. Could she be right?
It would appear so, as later in the week, Martine prepares to tell Felix the truth about how she feels. When Grace Black (Tamara Wall) interrupts however, will she ever get the same chance to spend some time alone with her former flame and admit her feelings?
Emmerdale airs Monday at 7pm, Tuesday at 7pm (hour-long episode), Wednesday at 7pm, Thursday at 7pm and 8pm and, Friday at 7pm.
Coronation Street continues Monday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm, Wednesday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm and Friday at 7.30pm (hour-long episode).
EastEnders returns Monday at 8.10pm, Tuesday at 7.30pm, Thursday at 7.40pm and Friday at 8.35pm.
Finally, Hollyoaks continues at 6.30pm every weekday on Channel 4, with the First Look episode airing at 7pm every weekday on E4.