Silas (Jeff Rawle) has been back on our screens in recent days after he asked for a meeting with Texas Longford, claiming to have information regarding Lynsey Nolan's murder.
Upcoming episodes will see Will Savage under suspicion of committing the crime after sinister Silas implicates him. Although Will protests his innocence, he quickly becomes an outcast in the village thanks to a hate campaign led by Texas and Ally.
Ash Kane is keen to help Will, so she desperately tries to gain access to Silas at the hospital in a bid to clear her fellow student's name.
However, when Ash causes a distraction at the facility to get to Silas, her efforts backfire badly as she gives the evil grandfather the opportunity to escape.
Now on the loose again, Silas heads to see Texas (Bianca Hendrickse-Spendlove) at her flat - forcing his way in, taking her phone and tying her up in terrifying scenes. Is Silas about to strike again?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Thursday, July 19 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Coronation Street, Ryan Connor will soon make his return to the cobbles with new actor Sol Heras playing the part.
Michelle is delighted when Ryan calls her to say that he's coming home from university for the summer - blissfully unaware that he's actually been kicked out!
When Ryan arrives back, he finds Sophie Webster (Brooke Vincent) cleaning Number 13, having convinced Steve McDonald to hire her to get the property in good condition before Kevin moves in.
Ryan quickly insists that Sophie should down tools and share a few cans with him. The pair have a laugh together, but when cocky Ryan takes things too far by trying to kiss Sophie, how will she react?
As Ryan settles back into Weatherfield life, he soon causes more havoc in the area - leading to disapproval from those around him.
Michelle tries to get tough with her wayward son, but he sparks more trouble by getting drunk at the Rovers Return and picking a fight with Carla's brother Rob (Marc Baylis). Will Michelle be pushed to the edge by Ryan's behaviour?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Wednesday, July 18 at 7.30pm and Friday, July 20 at 8.30pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, EastEnders fans will see Billy Mitchell's 'Olympic Nightmare' special air on the BBC Red Button service in a few days' time.
As announced last month, Billy (Perry Fenwick) will come face-to-face with a number of sporting legends and celebrities in the spinoff episode, which centres around his anxiety over being chosen as an Olympic torchbearer.
Billy is delighted to have the responsibility, but as the important day draws near, his sleep is plagued by visions of what could go wrong - including that his tracksuit bottoms could fall down while he is carrying the torch!
As worst case scenarios continue to disturb Billy's sleep, viewers will see him running late for the Olympic torch bearer press day. Out of breath, Billy turns up at The One Show - but is frustrated when Alex Jones and Matt Baker awkwardly tell him that they have already moved on to the next interview.
Billy then tries to catch up with the rest of the Olympic torchbearers, but when he arrives at Wembley, he finds that he has just missed them again. He then quickly gives Tessa Sanderson a kiss before rushing off!
However, when Billy finally arrives at his beloved Upton Park for the photo-call, Lola, William and Janet proudly cheer him on. Could his Olympic nightmare actually turn into a triumph?
EastEnders airs 'Billy's Olympic Nightmare' on the BBC Red Button and BBC iPlayer on Monday, July 16, straight after the soap's regular BBC One episode.
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Coming up on Emmerdale, Amy Wyatt is stunned to come face-to-face with her reckless mother Kerry during a night out.
Amy (Chelsea Halfpenny) is having a belated 18th birthday celebration in Hotten with Victoria, determined to let off some steam by enjoying a great night.
When Amy meets a man at a bar, there is an instant attraction between them and soon they are kissing. However, Amy is in for a shock when an angry woman suddenly pulls them apart and attacks her.
As Amy reels over the altercation, she realises that the woman in question is her mum Kerry (Laura Norton). After laying into her boyfriend for cheating on her, Kerry tries to apologise to Amy - but the feisty teenager doesn't want to hear it.
Kerry then chases Amy down the street, keen to hand over her phone number so they can stay in touch. Amy is left shocked and fuming - not only has her birthday night out been ruined, her mother is back on the scene…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, July 17 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Over on Doctors, Daniel Granger gets a frightening glimpse of his possible future as he experiences a vivid nightmare.
Daniel (Matthew Chambers) has been struggling since baby Joe was born earlier this year, and his fears manifest themselves in his dreams later this month.
With an upcoming episode focusing entirely on Daniel's nightmare, viewers will see him in the year 2025, where he gets to meet older versions of Joe and Izzy.
Laura Fedorowycz plays the older Izzy.
Daniel is proud when Izzy tells him that she is training to be a doctor, but when he meets Joe, the teenager is packing his things - branding Daniel a rubbish dad and revealing that Zara has left him.
Devastated by what the future could hold, Daniel is desperate to wake up - hoping that he can fix things in the past so this future will never happen.
Heading up the stairs at the huge mansion where he appears to live in the future, Daniel climbs over the banister and jumps. But will things look any brighter when he awakes from his nightmare?
Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, July 19 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the big winner of our storyline poll last week as 63.1% of you chose Texas visiting Silas as the best plot.
Coronation Street took second place as 13% voted for the arrival of Carla's brother Rob, while AJ's debut in EastEnders was third with 10.6%.
Emmerdale managed fourth with 9% for Alicia receiving her sentence, while Doctors was fifth with 4.3% for the aftermath of the fire.
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