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Coronation Street couple Tina McIntyre and Tommy Duckworth face more turmoil next month as loan shark Rick Neelan turns nasty once again.

Tina (Michelle Keegan) is left furious in early June when she spots Tommy (Chris Fountain) meeting up with Rick. Back at home, Tina soon demands answers, staggered that her boyfriend has gone behind her back.

A guilty Tommy is forced to confess all to Tina, explaining that he has been hiding drugs in cars as his dad never paid back his debts and Rick is now holding him to ransom.

Tommy pleads with an angry Tina to forgive him, but she isn't sure she can trust him anymore unless he calls Rick and tells him the deals are off.

Faced with the thought of losing Tina, Tommy agrees and attempts to stand up to Rick. However, Rick turns the tables on the pair by setting his heavies on Tommy and forcing Tina to watch.

When Rick eventually leaves, he promises that he'll be in touch about Tommy's next job. Is there any way out of this mess for Tommy and Tina?

Tommy Duckworth (Chris Fountain) is beaten up

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Tommy Duckworth (Chris Fountain) is beaten up

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Tommy Duckworth (Chris Fountain) is beaten up

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Tina is insistent not to go along with Rick and tells him to leave. He laughs in her face and set his henchmen on Tommy

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Tina is forced to watch as Rick's men beat Tommy to the ground

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Tommy lies on the floor as he is beaten by Rick's men

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, June 1 at 8.30pm on ITV1.

> 'Coronation Street' Chris Fountain: 'Fans will feel for Tommy'
> Read more 'Coronation Street' spoilers and news

Over on EastEnders, Patrick Trueman and Andrew Cotton step in to resolve a dispute between Tyler Moon and Zainab Khan at the antiques emporium.

When Tyler spots Afia taking two china cats to the charity shop, he spots an opportunity and asks to buy them for £1. An intrigued Zainab then looks online and discovers that the items are actually worth £200.

Zainab immediately hatches a plan to get the cats back, telling Tyler that her mother handed them over on her death bed and she didn't mean to give them away. However, Tyler knows she is lying and refuses to co-operate.

Andrew (Ricky Grover), however, does believe Zainab and gets angry when he hears Tyler mocking her sob story. Rose and Patrick (Rudolph Walker) advise Andrew to stand up to Tyler using his brains rather than his brawn, but this proves difficult for the short-tempered doorman.

Worried about what Andrew might do, Patrick decides to distract him by pretending to choke. Andrew quickly performs the Heimlich manoeuvre, and Patrick tells Tyler that surely Andrew deserves the cats after saving his life!

In the end, Tyler reluctantly hands the pricey ornaments over - while a clueless Andrew is proud to be hailed a hero!

Patrick pretends to choke.

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, May 29 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

> 'EastEnders' departure for Rose Cotton confirmed
> Read more 'EastEnders' spoilers and news

Coming up in Emmerdale, Alicia Gallagher lashes out at Val Pollard in a moment of anger she may live to regret.

The incident occurs when an emotional Val (Charlie Hardwick) heads into the back of The Woolpack with a bottle of wine, upset after Eric has chosen Brenda over her.

Alicia (Natalie Anderson) is also at the pub and she is working her way up to telling David that she has feelings for him. However, a bitter Val becomes spiteful by describing David as "brainless, spineless and totally pathetic".

Val's words infuriate Alicia, who snaps and hits her in the face - causing a nose bleed.

Refusing to take this lightly, Val immediately phones the police and officers then arrive to take a devastated Alicia away.

As Alicia has a previous conviction for assaulting one of her mum's carers, she soon faces the horrifying realisation that she could be heading to prison…

Alicia has finally prepared herself for admitting her feelings to David when an argument between him and Val turns nasty, with Val accusing him of being spineless and pathetic

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Alicia loses it and lashes out, hitting Val in the face and giving her a nose bleed

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Alicia Gallagher (Natalie Anderson) hits Val Pollard (Charlie Hardwick)

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Val is shocked by Alicia's outburst and quickly phones the police to report her

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Monday, May 28 at 7pm on ITV1.

> 'Emmerdale' actress Natalie Anderson announces pregnancy
> 'Emmerdale's Natalie Anderson reveals sex of baby
> 'Emmerdale' Matthew Wolfenden: 'Big story ahead for David'
> 'Emmerdale' star Natalie Anderson: 'Alicia exit plot involves David'
> Read more 'Emmerdale' spoilers and news

Meanwhile, memories of Silas Blissett's reign of terror come back to haunt the Hollyoaks villagers later this month as the serial killer hits the headlines once again.

Silas's name is splashed over the front pages as it has been decided that he will not face trial for his sinister crimes, having been declared insane.

Although evil Silas will be locked away in a secure facility, those who were affected by his murdering spree are devastated as they feel that justice hasn't been served.

While Riley struggles with the latest development, it's Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) who seems most affected by the controversial decision, feeling unable to move on from her terrifying ordeal with Silas.

It's not long before Mercedes's behaviour is spiralling out of control again - will a supportive Lynsey (Karen Hassan) be able to help her?

Silas hits the headlines.

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The newspapers stir up feelings amongst the residents of Hollyoaks.

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Lynsey comforts a broken Mercedes

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Lynsey tries to get Mercedes to remove Silas from her mind.

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Monday, May 28 and Wednesday, May 30 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Read more 'Hollyoaks' spoilers and news

Over on Doctors, a new era dawns at The Mill as Howard Bellamy is appointed as the new practice manager.

Howard, played by Ian Kelsey, is a former captain in the Aston Regiment who succeeds in impressing the partners when he is interviewed as a last-minute applicant for the position.

Despite Howard asking for a huge salary, the team decide to hire him as there is a re-accreditation looming at The Mill and they need someone capable in charge to weather this storm.

When Howard starts work, he immediately starts to ruffle a few feathers with his brusque manner as he resolves to appraise all aspects of surgery life and make any necessary changes.

Elaine and Zara in particular find Howard difficult to deal with, and it seems that battle lines have been drawn! Will life at The Mill ever be the same again?

Howard Bellamy (Ian Kelsey) starts work at The Mill

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Howard Bellamy (Ian Kelsey) starts work at The Mill

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Howard Bellamy (Ian Kelsey) starts work at The Mill

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Howard Bellamy (Ian Kelsey) starts work at The Mill

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Howard Bellamy (Ian Kelsey) starts work at The Mill

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Doctors airs Howard's debut on Monday, May 28 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> 'Doctors': Ian Kelsey cast as new practice manager
> Read more 'Doctors' spoilers and news

Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 34.2% of you chose the McQueens' arrests as the best plot.

EastEnders followed closely behind with 33.5% for Ian's wedding dramas, while Coronation Street was third with 21.2% for Eva's attempt to humiliate Nick.

Emmerdale came fourth with 6.3% for Megan slapping Declan, while Doctors was fifth with 4.8% for the aftermath of Julia's departure.

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

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