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Corrie shock, 'Enders party, E'dale kiss, 'Oaks hate, 'Doctors' attack

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Coronation Street's Carla Connor suffers another setback later this month when she hears that evil Frank Foster is to become a free man again.

On the day that Frank is in court trying to overturn the refusal of bail, Carla is still struggling to come to terms with her ordeal - leaving Maria worried because the factory's in trouble without any leadership.

When Peter pays a visit to Carla, she admits that she's having a tough day as she knows that Frank might be released. However, it's clear that having Peter's support is some consolation to her.

Later, just as Peter is leaving, DC Malone turns up to speak to Carla - breaking the bad news that Frank has won his appeal for bail.

As Carla reels, Frank celebrates with his solicitor and vows to turn his attention to the factory once again by reasserting his control. Could Carla's nightmare be only just beginning?

Carla's face drops when she learns the news about Frank

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DC Malone arrives at Carla's and gets a surprise when Peter answers

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These scenes air on Monday, October 10 at 7.30pm on ITV1.

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Over on EastEnders, an important day for Dot arrives as she reaches her 50th anniversary of working at the launderette.

Dot initially fears that her milestone has passed everybody by, but she's later surprised by a party to celebrate the occasion.

Heather and Fatboy are among those who help to make her feel special, and there are more surprises in store when Dot is treated to a short trip away to Ireland and a plaque to commemorate her 50 years of service.

An EastEnders source commented: "After 50 years of washing the smalls of Albert Square's residents, Dot is really disappointed when she thinks that everyone has forgotten about her anniversary.

"However, unbeknown to her, they've planned a surprise party and gifts including a holiday to the Green Isle."

Heather Trott (Cheryl Fergison) helps Dot Branning (June Brown) to celebrate 50 years of service at the launderette

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These scenes air on Tuesday, October 11 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

> Read more EastEnders spoilers and news

Coming up in Emmerdale, Marlon and Laurel enter into dangerous new territory as they give into temptation and share a passionate kiss.

When Rachel finally guesses the identity of the 'mystery woman' on whom Marlon has a crush, Laurel is furious that he's allowed the nosy newcomer to figure out what's going on.

With Sandy also putting on pressure by questioning the stability of Ashley's marriage, Laurel is at breaking point and when she sees Marlon, she has a go at him for letting Rachel find out.

However, caught in the moment, Marlon grabs Laurel and they soon lock lips. Although they regret their actions afterwards, it's unclear whether they can return to normal after this. Can they go back to being friends or will things develop further?

Laurel has a go at Marlon for letting Rachel find out about them

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Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) and Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) kissing

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Laurel and Marlon kiss

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These scenes air on Monday, October 10 at 7pm on ITV1.

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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' Gilly Roach continues to struggle with life back in the village when he becomes the target of a vicious hate campaign.

Still living with Cheryl, Gilly is left stunned when he receives a threatening note which brands him a "rapist" and warns him to watch his back.

As Rhys has just lost his job at Chez Chez after insulting Gilly in front of the customers, Jacqui immediately jumps to the conclusion that he must be responsible for the note and their rift grows bigger.

However, Jacqui is later in for a surprise when she discovers that Rhys wasn't responsible after all. Who could the real culprit be?

 Gilly Roach (Anthony Quinaln) receives hate mail

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Gilly Roach (Anthony Quinaln) receives hate mail

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These scenes air on Wednesday, October 12 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

As a bonus treat for Hollyoaks fans, here's a first look at the moment that Michaela McQueen makes her full-time return to the village.

Hollyoaks Later viewers recently saw Michaela make the decision to head back home, and she's back for good later this month.

Upon her return, it's not long before Michaela is back to her feisty ways as she clashes with Lee Hunter. Can they get on friendly terms for Amy's sake?

Michaela McQueen (Hollie-Jay Bowes) returns

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These scenes air on Wednesday, October 12 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Read more Hollyoaks spoilers and news

Elsewhere, Doctors' killer storyline takes another shocking twist later this month as Harrison resorts to increasingly desperate measures to keep his crime under wraps.

Determined to solve the mystery of Lauren's murder, Jack starts visiting all of her old haunts and when he arrives at a nightclub that she used to frequent, he finds a photo board containing a picture of her.

Jack is intrigued as the picture shows a man's hand on Lauren's waist, adding weight to the theory that she was involved in a secret relationship before her death. However, Jack can't identify the face of the individual in question.

Jack leaves a message for Harrison and lets him know about the possible lead, before using specialist equipment at the lab to investigate the photo further.

Just when Jack discovers who Lauren's mystery man was, a panic-stricken Harrison arrives and attacks him with chloroform. Jack is later rushed to hospital where his family keep a bedside vigil - will he be okay?

Harrison (James Larkin) attacks Jack Hollins (Nicolas Woodman)

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Jack's family keep vigil by his hospital bedside

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These scenes air on Monday, October 10 and Tuesday, October 11 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Read more Doctors spoilers and news

Coronation Street was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 35.0% of you picked Eileen's new romance as the best plot of the week.

Hollyoaks came second with 34.4% for Warren losing it with Riley, while EastEnders took third place with 15.3% for Ian defending Mandy at the council event.

Emmerdale was fourth with 8.7% for Cain's angry outburst, while Doctors had 6.6% for Daniel and Jack being questioned over Lauren's murder.

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

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