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'Enders proposal, Corrie heartache, E'dale outburst, 'Oaks baby reveal

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EastEnders villain Yusef Khan takes his plans a step further next month as he asks Zainab Masood to marry him.

When Zainab (Nina Wadia) discovers that Jane and Masood are now an item, Yusef tries to reassure her over their own future - promising that they can tie the knot once she is divorced.

Zainab is taken aback by Yusef's unromantic proposal and warns him not to assume anything, so the scheming doctor quickly realises that he needs to up his game.

Finally making an effort, Yusef (Ace Bhatti) plays their old song and gets down on one knee to pop the question properly. Will Zainab accept Yusef's proposal?

An EastEnders insider commented: "Zainab is shocked when she sees Jane and Masood together and Yusef takes the opportunity to propose. He is surprised that she turns him down, so decides to go all out with a romantic proposal later on. But is Zainab really over Masood?"

Yusef proposes Zainab

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These scenes air on Thursday, December 1 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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Over on Coronation Street, Becky McDonald must endure another heartbreaking moment as she watches her half-sister Kylie bring little Max back to the street.

Kylie (Paula Lane) and her husband David (Jack P Shepherd) will soon be told that they've won permanent custody of the youngster, and it's not long before they're allowed to bring him home for good - as witnessed by a sad Becky.

The poignant moment comes just as Becky (Katherine Kelly) thinks she can move on with her life, now pleased that she has security for the future as her divorce settlement has come through.

When Becky quizzes David over why she wasn't kept in the loop over Max's return, he makes it clear that they want him to be happy and settled without her interference. Will Becky be able to accept this?

David and Kylie are overjoyed to have Max back

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Kylie Platt (Paula Lane) and David Platt (Jack P Shepherd) have Max back

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These scenes air on Monday, November 28 at 7.30pm on ITV1.

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Coming up in Emmerdale, the Sharma family are pushed to breaking point as bad boy Cain Dingle continues his campaign of terror against them.

Jai (Chris Bisson) becomes increasingly wary of Cain (Jeff Hordley) in the coming days when the wheel comes off Rishi's car while he is driving, causing him to crash. Fortunately, Rishi only suffers a minor injury but it later emerges that his wheel nuts had been loosened - and Jai is convinced that Cain was responsible.

Deciding that he doesn't want his family to be in any danger, Jai makes the shock decision to postpone his wedding to Charity - keen to pacify Cain for the time being.

Jai is soon left fuming when Priya (Fiona Wade) continues to show an interest in Cain despite everything he's done. When he gets home to find Priya and Cain together, Jai loses it and confronts his defiant sister once they're left alone.

As the siblings row, Jai grabs Priya and she falls. When Georgia, Rishi and Charity arrive back, they're alarmed to see the pair fighting - and Charity is appalled at what Cain has pushed Jai to.

Emmerdale - Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) grabs Priya Sharma (Fiona Wade) and she falls

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Jai and Priya are arguing when Jai grabs Priya and she falls

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Jai and Priya are arguing when Jai grabs Priya and she falls

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Emmerdale - Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) grabs Priya Sharma (Fiona Wade) and she falls

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Emmerdale - Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) grabs Priya Sharma (Fiona Wade) and she falls

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These scenes air on Tuesday, November 29 at 7pm on ITV1.

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Meanwhile, the moment of truth arrives for Hollyoaks' Mercedes McQueen next month as she finds out who the father of her newborn baby is.

Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) tries desperately to make amends with ex-fiancé Riley Costello in the days ahead, encouraging him to bond with the baby. However, Riley (Rob Norbury) doesn't seem ready to forgive and forget when it comes to her affair - especially as he's still not sure whether the child is his.

In the end, Riley finally gives Mercedes an ultimatum - telling her that he wants a paternity test as he needs to know for certain whether the baby belongs to him or his dad Carl (Paul Opacic).

When Mercedes agrees to the test, she desperately hopes that the results will go as she hopes. Who will the father be?

3224: Mercedes, Riley and Carl

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These scenes air on Thursday, December 1 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Read more Hollyoaks spoilers and news

Over on Doctors, Julia Parsons is left devastated as she faces the possibility that she might never see her granddaughter Chloe again.

When Sally finally begins to suspect that Patrick is having an affair, a showdown takes place at Julia's house as the pair's marriage hits the rocks.

The final straw for Sally comes when she realises that Julia (Diane Keen) knew about the affair and has been covering for Patrick.

Fuming and feeling that she's been treated like a fool, Sally storms out and warns Julia that she won't have any further access to Chloe. Can a heartbroken Julia fix the situation?

Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) realises that she may never see her granddaughter again

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Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) realises that she may never see her granddaughter again

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These scenes air on Friday, December 2 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Read more Doctors spoilers and news

EastEnders was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 37.5% of you chose Max's return as the plot you were most looking forward to.

Hollyoaks came second with 30.6% for the Jacqui, Gilly and Rhys three-hander episode, while Emmerdale took third place with 20.2% for Gennie and Nikhil's kiss.

Coronation Street was fourth with 11.0% for Chris receiving a backlash at The Rovers, while Doctors was fifth with 0.8% for Julia's unpleasant discovery.

Don't forget to vote in the poll below to let us know which storyline sounds best this week!

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