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Corrie John return, 'Enders love, E'dale infidelity, 'Oaks Silas shock

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Coronation Street airs John Stape's dramatic return episodes later this month as he heads back to Weatherfield for Fiz's murder trial.

Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) fears that her future looks bleak as she prepares for her first day in court and even considers pleading guilty to get a more lenient sentence until Chesney (Sam Aston) talks her out of it.

As Fiz is led into court for the first day of the trial, we see that John is watching from afar, determined to make sure that his troubled wife isn't sent to jail for his crimes.

John's intentions become clearer as he keeps watch on Rosie Webster (Helen Flanagan) back on the street, and his plan soon plays out as he makes the shock decision to hold her captive for a second time!

Rosie is horrified as John (Graeme Hawley) starts telling her the stories behind Colin, Charlotte and Joy's deaths, urging her to take in the details as he wants her to testify on his behalf at the trial to save Fiz.

John's sinister side re-emerges as he tells Rosie that she'd better concentrate on doing her bit in court if she wants to escape this situation alive. Will John's plan work?

John watches from afar as Fiz is lead into court

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These scenes air on Monday, October 24 at 7.30pm on ITV1.

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Over on EastEnders, Pat Evans is about to do a surprise u-turn over Norman Simmonds as she asks him to move in.

Despite previously being reluctant over a relationship with Norman, Pat (Pam St Clement) changes her mind as she realises how much the family like having him around - and admits that she has a soft spot for him too.

When Pat invites Norman (George Layton) to stay with her, he's quick to agree and they share a gentle kiss.

An EastEnders insider commented: "When Pat sees Norman bonding with the family, she suddenly realises that she enjoys having him around too.

"Liam then suggests that Norman should stay and Pat, realising that she has feelings for him, asks him to move in. Norman is thrilled and says yes!"

EastEnders - Pat Evans (Pam St Clement) and Norman Simmonds (George Layton)

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These scenes air on Tuesday, October 25 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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Coming up in Emmerdale, trouble in the Barton family is about to take a surprising turn as Moira cheats on John with bad boy Cain.

The strain in the Bartons' marriage gets worse in the coming days when John (James Thornton) breaks down in the new Land Rover and demands a full refund from Cain, who's quick to tell him that he doesn't have the money because of his financial arrangement with Moira.

John is fuming with Moira (Natalie J Robb) for lying to him but she defends herself by saying that she feels like she can't talk to him anymore as he's so stubborn and angry.

Later, Moira heads off to confront Cain (Jeff Hordley) for spilling the beans, but as tensions rise between them, she finds herself kissing him. Although Moira tries to cut short their moment of passion, Cain pulls her back towards him and, unable to fight their desires for any longer, they sleep together.

Afterwards, Moira is wracked with guilt over what she's done - especially when an apologetic John later says that he wants to make it up to her. Will John find out about Moira's betrayal?

Moira slaps Cain and tries to fight off her desires

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Emmerdale - Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) and Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley)

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Emmerdale - Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) and Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley)

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These scenes air on Thursday, October 27 at 8pm on ITV1.

> Emmerdale Cain will get nastier, warns Jeff Hordley
> Read more Emmerdale spoilers and news

Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' serial killer Silas Blissett will take his horrific torment of Lynsey Nolan to new heights later this month as he makes her play a sick game.

Silas (Jeff Rawle) leaves Lynsey terrified as he tells her that he's planning to murder again, adding that she has until midnight on Halloween to identify his next victim. He promises that he'll hand himself in if Lynsey works it out, but if she fails, another girl will die.

With everyone in the village still refusing to believe her claims about Silas, Lynsey (Karen Hassan) feels powerless and realises that she'll have to go along with his sinister mind game.

Silas takes every opportunity he can to remind Lynsey that time is of the essence, sending her 'presents' and clues - including a chess queen and a pumpkin containing the message "Tick tock, time is running out."

Desperate for someone to confide in, Lynsey tells Doug (PJ Brennan) what Silas is up to. Will he believe her? And can Lynsey stop Silas from claiming another victim?

Hollyoaks - Lynsey Nolan (Karen Hassan) continues to be tormented by Silas Blissett. She tells Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) what is going on.

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Hollyoaks - Lynsey Nolan (Karen Hassan) continues to be tormented by Silas Blissett. She tells Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) what is going on.

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Hollyoaks - Lynsey Nolan (Karen Hassan) continues to be tormented by Silas Blissett. She tells Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) what is going on.

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These scenes air on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

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Finally, over on Doctors, Julia Parsons gets a nasty shock as she discovers that her son Patrick is having an affair.

When Patrick is involved in a car crash while Sally is away at a conference, Julia (Diane Keen) rushes off to the hospital and is surprised to learn that he wasn't alone in the vehicle - he had a woman called Sian with him.

Patrick is fine following the accident but he soon has some explaining to do when Julia guesses that he's cheating on Sally. When they take Chloe to the park the next day, Patrick tries to explain his affair but Julia remains appalled by his behaviour.

When Patrick begs Julia not to tell Sally, she agrees as long as this never happens again. However, when Julia is later forced to endure an awkward family meal with the McGuires, will she really be able to keep quiet?

Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) discovers Patrick (Alan McKenna) is having an affair.

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Julia Parsons (Diane Keen) discovers Patrick (Alan McKenna) is having an affair.

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These scenes air on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, October 27 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Read more Doctors spoilers and news

EastEnders was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 40.9% of you chose Syed meeting Yasmin for the first time as the moment you were most looking forward to.

Hollyoaks came a close second with 40.3% for Mercedes and Riley's wedding, while Emmerdale was third with 8.5% for Cain angrily punching Zak.

Coronation Street pulled in 5.9% for Rosie hatching a plan against Jeff, while Doctors had 4.4% for Kevin supporting Zara through a baby scare.

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

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