Brendan (Emmett Scanlan) has recently been plotting revenge against his enemy Sampson in the aftermath of Lynsey's murder, and his attempts to get even result in a one-off standalone edition of Hollyoaks focusing entirely on the storyline.
Digital Spy can now present an exclusive first look at the episode, which is being billed as a chance for viewers to discover more about Brendan and Walker's unlikely friendship.
After planning to scupper Sampson's big drug deal, things go horribly wrong for Brendan and Walker (Neil Newbon) when they end up trapped inside a factory, surrounded by police.
It's clear that someone has grassed up Brendan, so he grows increasingly suspicious of Walker - still unsure of whether he can really trust him.
When Walker shoots a policeman in the factory, Brendan is relieved as it seemingly proves that Walker is on his side.
However, Brendan still has to worry about how to escape and who has been plotting against him...
Hollyoaks airs the special Brendan and Walker episode on Tuesday, August 14 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on EastEnders, Ian Beale is pushed to the edge as he attends Shirley Carter and Phil Mitchell's engagement party.
Ian's return to Albert Square leaves Phil in turmoil over the next few days, as he fears that the clearly-traumatised businessman could reveal the truth about Heather's murder.
As the day of the engagement bash arrives, Phil (Steve McFadden) puts Ben and Jay under strict instruction to keep an eye on Ian and keep him away from everyone else.
However, when Shirley (Linda Henry) insists that Ben and Jay should attend the party at The Vic, the boys have no choice but to bring Ian along too.
As the celebration gets under way, Patrick unveils a picture of Shirley and Heather as a thoughtful engagement present for Shirley. Phil feels uneasy over the gift, but this turns to utter panic when Ian (Adam Woodyatt) is visibly affected by the image of Heather and drops his glass.
It seems that Ian is still haunted by the truth about how Ben killed Heather, leaving the Mitchells fearing that they won't be able to keep him quiet for much longer…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, August 13 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Coming up on Coronation Street, Steve McDonald is delighted as Michelle Connor finally succumbs to his charms.
Steve (Simon Gregson) has been dreaming of a reunion with Michelle in recent weeks, repeatedly helping out her son Ryan in a desperate bid to impress her.
Later this month, Steve finds himself caught up in Ryan's dramas yet again when drug dealer Niall turns up at the cab office and starts hassling the 20-year-old.
After showing his tough side by throwing Niall out, Steve gives Ryan some wise advice about the dangers of getting involved with unsavoury characters.
Michelle (Kym Marsh) is thrilled that Steve seems to be having a positive impact on Ryan's life, and the old passion between the former couple soon returns…
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, August 13 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale fans see an unlikely relationship begin later this month as Chas Dingle and Dan Spencer get together.
Dan (Liam Fox) can't believe his luck when he invites Chas out for a ride in his camper van and she accepts, keen to move on following her recent split from secret lover Cameron Murray.
Against the odds, the pair enjoy a great day out together, and it doesn't end there as Chas (Lucy Pargeter) later invites Dan to the back room of The Woolpack for some drinks.
Soon afterwards, Dan is taken aback when Chas makes a move on him - and they end up spending the night together.
The next morning, Dan is convinced that Chas will regret her actions and want nothing more to do with him. However, still on the rebound, Chas announces to everyone in the pub that Dan is now her boyfriend!
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, August 14 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Coming up on Doctors, Daniel Granger and Cherry Clay are both wracked with guilt after cheating on their respective partners Zara and Jimmi.
Although the pair initially try their best to avoid each other at work, they soon realise that they have to confront the matter by discussing what to do next.
While Cherry (Sophie Abelson) is desperate to confess, Daniel begs her not to and eventually convinces her to keep their infidelity a secret.
Later in the week, however, Cherry finally snaps and tells Mandy what happened between her and Daniel (Matthew Chambers).
Rather than offer any sympathy, Mandy (Danielle Henry) is disgusted by Cherry's actions and berates her for what she has done.
Mandy is also unable to hide her contempt towards Daniel following the revelation, and he quickly cottons on that she knows the truth.
Determined to take control of this situation, Daniel rants at Cherry for being so indiscreet. He then threatens her and Mandy's jobs, warning that it would be impossible for them to continue working at The Mill if the news was to spread further…
Doctors airs these scenes in the week commencing Monday, August 13 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Coronation Street was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 33.9% of you chose Deirdre's suspicions over Tyrone and Kirsty as the best plot.
Hollyoaks came second with 30.8% for Ste's tough week, while EastEnders was third with 21.2% for Shirley proposing to Phil.
Emmerdale took fourth with 14.1% with Marlon's fight for Leo.
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