Mitzeee (Rachel Shenton) feels nervous ahead of the all-important court case, but is determined that Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) should be jailed after framing her for attempted murder and everything that happened with Riley and baby Bobby.
When Brendan Brady (Emmett Scanlan) spots how uneasy Mitzeee seems about what's ahead, he decides to help her out by teaching her boxing as a method to let out her anger.
When Mitzeee is called to the stand to give her evidence later in the week, she strides purposefully into the courtroom and seems more confident about how things are going to proceed.
However, Mitzeee is soon thrown by an unexpected line of questioning from Mercy's solicitor Jim McGinn, who suggests that Riley could have been the one who attacked Mercedes and also may have been Lynsey's killer.
As we reported earlier in the week, Jim and Mercedes have agreed to blame Riley for everything, realising that it's their best option as the dead footballer isn't around to defend himself.
Mitzeee is appalled to realise that Riley is being turned into a scapegoat, but will the McQueens back up the fabrications about him? And when the jury finally delivers a verdict, will it be guilty or not guilty?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Monday, December 3 and Tuesday, December 4 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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> 'Hollyoaks': Mercedes McQueen trial shocks revealed
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Over on EastEnders, Joey Branning pursues Lucy Beale again as he attempts to move on from his short-lived relationship with his cousin Lauren.
Joey (David Witts) is still in love with Lauren, but is forced to bring their romance to a premature end when his interfering dad Derek blackmails him into doing so after the pair's car crash.
When Lauren (Jacqueline Jossa) heads out for a drink at the R&R a few days after the accident, she sees it as an opportunity to talk to Joey as he has been ignoring her calls and texts. However, she faces further disappointment when Joey continues to snub her.
Instead, Joey starts flirting with Lucy (Hetti Bywater) and even tells her that he made a mistake by dumping her.
Still smitten, Lucy invites Joey back to the Beale house, but as things start to heat up between them, she is shocked as Joey tells her to stop - he can't do this as he is in love with someone else…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Friday, December 7 at 8pm on BBC One.
> 'EastEnders' David Witts: 'It's hard for Joey to dump Lauren'
> 'EastEnders' Jacqueline Jossa expects Lauren alcohol setback
> Read more 'EastEnders' spoilers and news
Coming up on Coronation Street, Tina McIntyre's surrogacy storyline continues as she heads for her first baby scan.
As Tina (Michelle Keegan) prepares to visit the clinic, she can see that her boyfriend Tommy Duckworth is still uncomfortable with what she is doing for Gary and Izzy. Making life easier for him, Tina announces that he doesn't have to come with her.
Tommy (Chris Fountain) is grateful to Tina, but he changes his mind when Rita advises him to be there for his girlfriend on such an important day.
Later at the clinic, a torn Tommy arrives to hold Tina's hand just as Gary and Izzy are cooing over the image on the machine.
Tina is pleased to see Tommy, but it's a strain for him as everyone fusses over the scan photo. Will he ever be able to come to terms with Tina carrying someone else's baby?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Sunday, December 2 at 7pm on ITV1.
> 'Coronation Street': Tina surrogacy gossip to spread?
> 'Coronation Street' Michelle Keegan: 'Tommy demands will upset Tina'
> Read more 'Coronation Street' spoilers and news
Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Rhona Kirk is in for a shock when new vet Brett makes a move on her at work.
Rhona (Zoe Henry) has enjoyed getting to know the surgery's new recruit in recent days, but she is appalled when he tries to take things further with her.
The surprise development comes after Paddy and Marlon have headed off on an activity day together, keen to carry on rebuilding their friendship. However, when the pair end up exhausted during boot camp, they sneak off to the bar instead and decide to stay overnight when they spot an offer for the men's spa.
Paddy and Marlon lie to Rhona and Laurel by claiming that they've injured themselves and can't come home, but when their stories don't match up, Rhona is disappointed to realise that Paddy is lying to her.
Confiding in Brett later, Rhona admits that her relationship may be in trouble, but Brett suggests that she deserves better and moves in to kiss her.
Brett reckons that Rhona isn't happy with Paddy and should stop lying to herself, but a stunned Rhona rejects him and insists that he should leave the surgery immediately…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Monday, December 3 at 7pm on ITV1.
> Read more 'Emmerdale' spoilers and news
Over on Doctors, former Coronation Street star Bill Ward makes a guest appearance as a reverend.
Ward's character Roddy McAllister turns to established regular Howard Bellamy (Ian Kelsey) for support when the arrival of a poet in Letherbridge triggers some disturbing visions.
The individual in question, Eamon McGlinn, is an ex-IRA man who now makes a living through his writing.
However, a troubling link to Eamon is the reason for Roddy's visions and he is left in fear that Eamon could have a score to settle with him… Are his suspicions correct? And will Howard be able to help?
Ward played Charlie Stubbs on Coronation Street between 2003 and 2007.
Doctors airs these scenes on Tuesday, December 4 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
> Read the latest 'Doctors' spoilers and news
Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 48.7% of you chose Ally being caught out as the best plot.
Coronation Street took second place with 21.2% for Tyrone's plans to flee Weatherfield, while EastEnders was third with 17.9% for the return of Bianca.
Emmerdale claimed fourth with 11.5% for the latest passion between Cain and Moira, while Doctors was fifth with 0.7% for Charles Lawson's guest appearance.
Don't forget to vote in the poll below to let us know which storyline looks best this week!
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