Brendan (Emmett Scanlan) has struggled to cope in recent months following the arrival of evil Seamus, who sexually abused him when he was a child.
With Brendan's dangerous enemy Walker (Neil Newbon) aware of the pair's horrifying history, he uses it to his advantage by holding father and son at gunpoint in an upcoming episode.
Walker goads Brendan by urging him to kill his twisted dad, but when a scared Seamus (Fintan McKeown) apologises for what he did all those years ago, Brendan refuses to take his revenge - and the Bradys defy the odds by escaping Walker's clutches.
Later in the week, however, Seamus's true colours emerge once again as he tells Brendan that he's not really sorry about what he did - he would have said anything to save his life in such a dangerous situation.
When a menacing Seamus then advances on his son, memories of Brendan's childhood flood back to him, and it seems that history could be about to repeat itself in the worst way possible.
In that second, though, Seamus slumps to the floor dead after being shot - but who is responsible?
As the gunshot was heard from outside the club, it's not long before panic descends on the village and police cars surround Chez Chez.
Walking out onto the balcony, Brendan makes the drastic decision to confess to every murder he's committed - including that of Seamus.
When Brendan lifts his gun as if to fire at the officers, the snipers open fire at him - not realising that his weapon isn't loaded. Will Brendan die?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Check back on Digital Spy next week for an interview with Emmett Scanlan about his Hollyoaks exit.
Over on EastEnders, Alfie Moon gets tough with his estranged wife Kat when she asks him for more financial help.
Another tense period for the Moons begins when Kat (Jessie Wallace) discovers that Alfie has arranged a secret meeting with his solicitor about getting a contact order for Tommy.
Although angry at first, Kat tries her best to assure Alfie (Shane Richie) that he will always be Tommy's dad and she doesn't want a solicitor involved. However, while Alfie can see that she is trying, he remains frustrated that they don't have an official agreement.
The next day, Kat reaches the end of her tether at home as Alice and Joey never seem to tidy up after themselves and the place is a mess.
Kat wants Mo to evict the siblings, but she accepts that it's not possible as her own rent would have to increase without them around, which she wouldn't be able to afford.
Trying a different approach, Kat goes to Alfie and tells him that she wants to move out but needs some cash to make it happen.
Kat insists that she's doing this for Tommy, but Alfie pointedly tells her that if she's not prepared to give him any legal rights, she should be asking Tommy's real dad Michael for help instead…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, March 19 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Coming up on Coronation Street, the residents gather for a Full Monty event at the Bistro - unaware that a night of terror is about to unfold on the cobbles.
Paul Kershaw (Tony Hirst) has organised the strip with his fellow firefighters to raise money for charity, but when all of his colleagues suddenly pull out due to food poisoning, Eileen sets about recruiting some local replacements.
Tommy Duckworth, Rob Donovan, Jason Grimshaw, Karl Munro and Doctor Carter all agree to get involved in the event, and there is a huge turn-out at the Bistro as the Rovers Return is closed due to a problem with the electrics.
However, as the lads get their strip under way and prepare to reveal all, Stella Price is one audience member who isn't in the mood and heads home early. As she relaxes in the bath, a fire takes hold in the cellar…
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, March 18 at 8.30pm on ITV.
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Jai Sharma returns to the village later this month - just as his wife Charity is battling to keep her infidelity under wraps.
Charity (Emma Atkins) recently slept with Declan Macey as both of their marriages were on the rocks, but the mistake comes back to haunt her when Cameron Murray finds out what she's been up to.
Cameron (Dominic Power) uncovers the truth when he picks up on the strange atmosphere between Charity and Declan. Quick to show his new-found advantage, Cameron winds Charity up about what he knows.
When Jai (Chris Bisson) arrives back following his business trip, he apologises to Charity for everything that happened before his departure - admitting that he wasn't thinking straight and wants to start again.
Charity is relieved that there is still a chance for her and Jai, but she is also deeply concerned as she knows that her future now lies in Cameron's hands.
Enjoying every moment of this, Cameron advises Charity to start being nicer to him until he's decided what to do…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 20 at 7pm on ITV.
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Over on Doctors, Emma Reid finds herself facing tough questions after her husband Sam passes away suddenly.
When Sam dies overnight, the initial assumption is that he has suffered another stroke, but the coroner later reports that there are suspicious circumstances surrounding his passing.
As the police launch an investigation, they make it clear that it's highly likely someone decided to grant Sam's wish by helping him to die.
Emma (Dido Miles) is well and truly in the frame when DI Collier (Hannah Waterman) calls her in for questioning, accusing her of giving Sam one last perfect day with his family before killing him.
A distraught Emma holds up as best she can, explaining that she did not kill her husband and will continue to insist it. When Collier reluctantly lets Emma go for now, it's not long before the killer's identity is revealed…
Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, March 21 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 53.7% of you chose the latest Walker dramas as the best plot.
Coronation Street came second with 22.1% for Chesney proposing to Katy, while EastEnders was third with 13.1% for Max and Jack's clash.
Emmerdale took fourth place with 6.9% for Bob's jealousy over Brenda and Dan, while Doctors was fifth with 4.2% for Sam's mysterious death.
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