Following Whitney's decision to leave the Square with Rob, Janine has told everyone that her former flatmate is now staying with Ryan. However, when Lauren starts to ask some awkward questions, Janine finally has to come clean.
In the aftermath of Janine's confession, tempers flare and everyone turns against her - in particular Ricky, who can't believe that she's been lying for so long.
However, a defiant Janine points out that she's not the only one who should take responsibility for what's happened to Whitney. But Ricky continues to rant and Max has to calm the situation by holding him back.
A Walford source said: "Ricky is livid with Janine - she had promised to look after Whitney and all this time she has been lying that Whitney is at Ryan's when she had no clue where she was.
"Ricky sees Whitney as family, even though she is not his own and he feels guilty that he hadn't realised what was going on with her, but he's had a lot on his plate since Bianca went to prison and he holds Janine responsible."
These scenes air on Tuesday, March 15 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
Over on Coronation Street, Tracy will soon land herself a date with Frank after spending time flirting with him at The Rovers.
Unaware of the frightening encounter that Maria had with Frank, Tracy is thrilled to have captured the attentions of the charming businessman.
However, Tracy is left disappointed when Frank cancels her date at the last minute and when Maria hears about this, she has a stark warning for the twisted barmaid - declaring that she had a lucky escape.
When Tracy passes this remark on to Frank, he's furious and it seems that Maria could have jeopardised the Underworld deal. Later, when Frank tells Tracy that he'd like to go out after all, will she still be interested in him?
These scenes air on Thursday, March 17 at 8.30pm on ITV1.
Coming up in Emmerdale, a rage-filled Zak decides to take matters into his own hands when the police announce that no charges will be brought against Derek for Lisa's rape.
After hearing that there's not enough evidence for the case to go to court, Lisa and Zak are both devastated as it seems that Derek has escaped punishment.
Noticing Zak's dark mood, Lisa warns him that they can't let Derek ruin their lives. However, Zak can't let this go and races round to Derek's house, kicking the door down.
Zak is all set to beat up Derek, but Lisa is alerted to his intentions and heads off to the house herself. Can she intervene before Zak dishes out his own brand of justice? And how will she react when she comes face-to-face with Derek again?
These scenes air on Tuesday, March 15 at 7pm on ITV1.
Finally, as reported last week, Hollyoaks' Lynsey will attract the sinister attentions of Silas in the coming days - leaving her in serious danger.
Fortunately, however, Riley arrives on the scene before she can meet a terrible fate - scaring off Silas, who rushes out without being caught. In the aftermath of the incident, Lynsey realises that Silas was the intruder - but is devastated to find that nobody believes her accusations.
Despite the faith that his family show in him following Lynsey's claims, Silas can feel the walls closing in and fears the game is up. Soon afterwards, things get worse when Riley gets suspicious. Amid his grandson's questioning, a stressed-out Silas collapses with a heart attack.
Later, at the hospital, Lynsey faces a dilemma as she's left to care for Silas. Will she give him the help he needs? Or will she turn the situation to her advantage in a desperate bid to uncover the truth?
These scenes air on Friday, March 18 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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