Viewers have watched Ally (Dan O'Connor) worm his way into the Kane family and leave troubled Martha out in the cold in recent weeks. However, the tables finally turn when the mysterious Australian's true colours are revealed in upcoming episodes.
Certain that Ally is hiding his true intentions, Martha (Carli Norris) makes an impulsive decision to search for his name online using Bart McQueen's laptop. She is then left horrified to find an internet memorial page for the real Ally Gorman - it turns out that 'Ally' has stolen a dead soldier's identity and has been lying all along.
As Martha shares her findings with her new housemates at the McQueen house, a concerned Phoebe Jackson lets her know that Lacey (Georgia Bourke) is planning on sleeping with 'Ally'.
Soon afterwards, Lacey is sitting in her room with Ally and is all set to lose her virginity. Suddenly, though, Martha and Phoebe rush in - interrupting the pair just as things are getting amorous.
A furious Martha drags 'Ally' off her daughter, and the fireworks continue when Ash and Callum arrive home! Will 'Ally' get his comeuppance?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, November 27 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Coronation Street, Tyrone Dobbs has a massive decision to make about his future as he considers fleeing Weatherfield with his baby daughter Ruby.
Having endured months of violence and intimidation in his relationship with Kirsty Soames (Natalie Gumede), the Weatherfield mechanic finally reaches the end of his tether when he witnesses her threatening Fiz Stape in a frightening showdown at Number 5.
Tyrone (Alan Halsall) immediately realises that he can't stay with Kirsty, but he knows that he can't simply throw her out as she'll make sure he never sees Ruby again after leaving his name off the birth certificate.
Knowing that a drastic course of action is needed, Tyrone asks Tommy Duckworth (Chris Fountain) to drive him to the coach station so that he can leave Weatherfield with Ruby before Kirsty returns from work.
Tommy goes ahead with helping Tyrone, but when Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) hears what's going on, she tells Tommy that they need to stop him from leaving as she has found a better solution after consulting the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Tracking down Tyrone just in time, Fiz explains to him that the best way to keep Ruby is to marry Kirsty as he'll then get parental responsibility over his daughter. This would then allow him to fight Kirsty for custody when they break up.
Fiz reminds Tyrone that going on the run would potentially land him in big trouble, while her idea is much better in the long term. Will Tyrone agree to return to the cobbles? Or will Kirsty arrive back home to find that he and Ruby are gone?
Coronation Street airs these scenes in an hour-long episode on Wednesday, November 28 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Coming up on EastEnders, Bianca Butcher heads back to Albert Square following her stint in prison - but adjusting to life as a free woman may take some time.
After returning home with Carol and the kids, Bianca (Patsy Palmer) is determined to get things back to normal but knows that she needs a job to support her family.
As Bianca secured a hairdressing qualification in prison, she approaches Tanya about a job in the salon. Tanya is forced to regretfully explain that she doesn't have any positions to offer at the moment, but when she later spots Bianca getting turned down for another job, Tanya takes pity on her and offers her a trial at Booty's.
Carol also manages to get her old job back in the café, so it seems that she and Bianca are well on the way to turning around the family's fortunes.
Bianca appears happy with the way things are going, but once she is alone, she breaks down in tears - completely overwhelmed by everything…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, November 27 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale's steamy romance between Moira Barton and Cain Dingle is finally reignited later this month.
Moira (Natalie J Robb) will soon show that she's still interested in Cain when they arrange to meet up in the pub. However, their plans to see each other are thwarted as Cain realises that his family need him more, so he heads to look after Sarah at the hospital while his loved ones get some much-needed rest.
Although Moira is left feeling flat after being stood up by Cain (Jeff Hordley), she tries not to show it when they come face-to-face at the café the next morning. Cain is also keen to appear as disinterested as possible.
Later, however, Cain decides to make the first move by visiting Moira at Butler's. After Moira challenges Cain about hiding his true feelings, the atmosphere between the pair is electric.
Unable to fight her feelings anymore, Moira pulls Cain into a kiss and starts tearing at his clothes…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Friday, November 30 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Over on Doctors, former Coronation Street star Charles Lawson makes his guest appearance later this month.
Lawson appears for one episode in the part of Gary Davies, a warehouse worker who is struggling to deal with his recent diagnosis of petit mal epilepsy and attempts to hide his condition from his employer.
Gary is also failing to be honest with his businessman son Andy, who uses a wheelchair after being in a climbing accident.
However, when Gary is involved in an accident at work which almost hurts his son, he may be forced to face things openly for the first time…
Former Hollyoaks actor Peter Mitchell, who played Pete last year, will be seen in the role of Andy.
Doctors airs these scenes on Friday, November 30 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 38.0% of you chose Ste's hospital scenes as the best plot.
Emmerdale followed closely behind in second place with 36.2% for Bernice's return, while Coronation Street claimed third with 15.4% for Kirsty targeting Fiz.
EastEnders was fourth with 9.5% for Joey setting up Derek, while Doctors was fifth with 0.9% for the arrival of Kevin's stepsister at The Mill.
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