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'Enders confession, Corrie Kylie, E'dale kiss, 'Oaks stabbing

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EastEnders killer Ben Mitchell finally reaches breaking point later this month as he tells half-brother Ian Beale the shocking truth about Heather Trott's death.

Ben (Joshua Pascoe) is given reason to worry in the coming days when he wrongly thinks that Shirley has overheard a heated conversation between him and Phil regarding Heather's murder.

The guilty pair are shocked to see Shirley listening nearby following their row, so Phil ushers Ben away while he tries to work out how much his ex-partner has heard.

As a nervous Phil speaks to Shirley, the police pass them and ask if everything is okay. Phil assures them that all is fine, but watching from afar, Ben panics when he sees Phil talking to the police.

Fearing that his dad is about to turn him in, Ben rushes round to see Ian (Adam Woodyatt) because he's desperate for help. Ian is worried as Ben rambles on in a manic state, but he's soon left stunned when the teenager suddenly reveals that he killed Heather. What will Ian do?

Ben Mitchell (Joshua Pascoe) confesses to Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt)

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Ben Mitchell (Joshua Pascoe) confesses to Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt)

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, May 14 at 8pm on BBC One.

> EastEnders' Shirley 'won't forgive Phil if Ben truth comes out'
> Read more EastEnders spoilers and news

Over on Coronation Street, Nick Tilsley receives a shock as he comes face-to-face with Kylie Platt in the last place he'd expected.

Kylie (Paula Lane) has been absent from the cobbles since walking out on Nick's brother David (Jack P Shepherd) last month, leaving the locals to wonder whether they'd seen the last of her.

However, when Nick (Ben Price) and David head into a lap-dancing bar on a lads' night out later this month, Nick is horrified to spot that Kylie is working there!

It's clear that Kylie has resorted to her old ways because she's desperate for money. Will Nick be able to get David out of the bar before he discovers what his estranged wife is up to? And can Nick convince Kylie to come back home and sort things out with David?

Nick ushers David out of the club after spotting Kylie, using the excuse that he feels uncomfortable

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Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) finds Kylie Platt (Paula Lane) in a lap-dancing bar.

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Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) finds Kylie Platt (Paula Lane) in a lap-dancing bar.

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After a row with Eva, Nick heads to a lap dancing bar with David so they can left off steam. When they arrive, Nick spots a scantily clad Kylie

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Thursday, May 17 at 8.30pm on ITV1.

> Coronation Street Paula Lane confirms new deal
> Coronation Street confirms online mini-episode 'Where's Kylie?'
> Read more Coronation Street spoilers and news

Coming up on Emmerdale, rebellious teenager Sean Spencer gets confused and tries to kiss his mum's girlfriend Ruby Haswell.

The story begins later this month as tension rises among the Spencer clan with Dan's presence in the village causing problems.

Ali is furious when she discovers that Dan has secured a job at the factory, and she's even more annoyed when she speaks to the Sharma brothers and they refuse to get rid of him.

Later, Ali finds Dan in the café with Sean (Luke Roskell) and the former couple begin to argue as the teenager is meant to be at school.

As Sean storms out, Ruby (Alicya Eyo) goes after him - completely unaware that the schoolboy is developing feelings for her following their recent heart-to-hearts.

At the cricket pitch, Ruby comforts Sean about Ali and Dan. However, Sean misreads Ruby's signals and tries to kiss her. When Ruby backs away shocked, an embarrassed Sean runs off. Can they get over the misunderstanding?

When Ruby tries to comfort Sean at the cricket ground, he misreads her signals and tries to kiss her

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Ruby backs away in shock when Sean tries to kiss her

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Sean runs away, leaving Ruby mortified by his actions

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, May 15 at 7pm on ITV1.

> Emmerdale Kelli Hollis: 'Ali plot research surprised me'
> Read more Emmerdale spoilers and news

Meanwhile, Hollyoaks has dramatic scenes lined up as Joel Dexter's desire to impress Brendan Brady leads to the teenager being stabbed.

The story twist ties in with the arrival of Walker (Neil Newbon), a new bad boy character for the village who has a history with Brendan (Emmett Scanlan). When Walker turns up, Brendan is shocked but reluctantly agrees to give him somewhere to stay for a couple of days.

Brendan warns the newcomer not to cross him, but he's later furious when he discovers that Walker has lied to him regarding his real intentions for being in Hollyoaks.

Brendan is furious with Walker.

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Walker feels Brendan's wrath.

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Determined to show who's top dog, Brendan recruits Joel's help in teaching Walker a lesson.

However, when a subsequent dodgy deal goes sour, it's Joel (Andrew Still) who finds himself out of his depth and in grave danger. As Joel lies bloody and unconscious after being stabbed, Brendan is frantic - will Scottish Foxy be okay?

Joel lays unconscious.

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Brendan looks on at Joel's lifeless body.

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Brendan is frantic with worry.

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 16 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Hollyoaks' Emmett Scanlan: 'Ste, Brendan plot is love story' - video
> Hollyoaks Kieron Richardson interview: 'Doug's feelings shock Ste'
> Hollyoaks' PJ Brennan teases Ste, Doug, Brendan dramas - interview

Over on Doctors, Julia Parsons's final week on the soap sees her involved in a horrifying car accident.

Julia (Diane Keen) is travelling with new love interest Martin Millar when the incident occurs, leaving viewers to wonder whether they will survive.

Just prior to the crash, Julia is annoyed with Martin for constantly pushing for her to move to North Wales with him. Julia is angry at him for believing that she has nothing to stay in Letherbridge for, leading to an argument in the car.

As the row continues, another vehicle suddenly comes out of nowhere and smacks into Martin's car, which rolls over before crashing down. Julia and Martin are motionless - will they pull through?

Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) in a car accident.

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Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) in a car accident.

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Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) in a car accident.

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Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) in a car accident.

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Doctors airs these scenes on Monday, May 14 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Diane Keen confirms Doctors departure
> Read more Doctors spoilers and news

Hollyoaks triumphed in our storyline poll last week as 52.5% of you chose Ste and Doug's passion as the best plot.

EastEnders took second place with 20.8% for Phil's plans to flee, while Coronation Street was third with 15.6% for Lesley's return to the cobbles.

Emmerdale claimed fourth with 8.4% for Zak's outburst at Belle's school, while Doctors was fifth with 2.7% for Heston's court appearance.

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

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