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Corrie Kirsty rows, 'EastEnders' exit, E'dale kisses, 'Oaks meltdown

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Coronation Street's Kirsty Soames is horrified later this month as she discovers that her violent behaviour is no longer a secret.

Kirsty (Natalie Gumede) reunites with fiancé Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) in the coming days after Tommy Duckworth tracks her down and convinces her to return to the cobbles.

Although Tommy (Chris Fountain) is proud of his relationship-fixing skills, he soon regrets his actions when girlfriend Tina McIntyre (Michelle Keegan) tells him that Kirsty has been beating up Tyrone.

Tommy initially decides not to say anything to his best friend about what he knows, realising that Tyrone wouldn't be pleased about Tina betraying his confidence.

However, Tommy's concerns for Tyrone grow when he spots that his fellow mechanic has a nasty burn on his hand. Wrongly suspecting that Kirsty is responsible, Tommy finds it increasingly difficult to keep quiet.

Soon afterwards, the situation escalates when a paranoid Kirsty spots Tyrone and Tina together and accuses them of having an affair. Witnessing the row, Tommy loses patience with Kirsty and bites back by bringing up her violent ways.

Kirsty is stunned to realise that Tyrone has spilled the beans over her abusive behaviour, and although Tyrone tries to calm the waters, it's clear that the damage has been done.

With Kirsty furious and Tyrone reeling over Tina's betrayal, Tommy must face up to the fact that he's made everything worse. Tyrone, meanwhile, realises that it may be time to cut ties with Tommy and Tina for good…

Tommy accuses Kirsty of being violent to Tyrone and Kirsty claims she does not need to explain herself

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Tyrone is furious with Tommy in Coronation Street

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Tyrone Dobbs is furious with Tommy Duckworth in Coronation Street

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Tyrone steps in and grabs Tommy, telling him that there's been a misunderstanding. Tyrone is furious with Tina for betraying him

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, August 27 at 7.30pm on ITV1.

> 'Coronation Street' star Chris Fountain chats about the storyline
> Corrie's Natalie Gumede: 'Kirsty violence secret will spread'
> 'Coronation Street's Kirsty, Tyrone face more drama after baby's birth
> 'Coronation Street' Kirsty to devastate Tyrone with baby bombshell
> 'Coronation Street' producer Phil Collinson shares gossip and teasers
> Read more 'Coronation Street' spoilers and news

Over on EastEnders, Anthony Moon will soon be forced to turn his back on Walford after losing everything.

Things finally seem to be looking up for Anthony (Matt Lapinskas) over the next few days as his relationship with Alice Branning intensifies.

When the pair arrange a date and finally get some alone time together, they share a kiss and both enjoy it. Alice (Jasmyn Banks) seems to be far more confident than Anthony expected, but he is still worrying about the disapproval of her overprotective father and brother.

Anthony Moon and Alice Branning kiss in EastEnders

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The next day, Joey steps up his scheming by telling Anthony that the only way to win over Derek (Jamie Foreman) is with a poker game.

At first, Derek isn't interested in playing against Anthony, but he changes his mind when Joey lies that the antiques dealer was bragging about how easy it would be to beat him.

As the game gets under way between the three men, Joey is the first to fold - leaving Anthony out of his depth with Derek. Anthony's cash soon runs out, but Derek tempts him to up the stakes by throwing in the keys to the antiques emporium.

With his gambling demons rearing their ugly head, Anthony agrees to the bet - but he's soon left horrified when Derek wins the game.

A desperate Anthony begs for mercy, but instead Derek hands him some cash for a one-way ticket away from Walford. Having gambled his life away, Anthony is then left with no choice but to leave the Square…

Anthony Moon begs for Derek Branning's mercy in EastEnders

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, August 28 and Thursday, August 30 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

> 'EastEnders' exit for Anthony Moon confirmed
> 'EastEnders' Matt Lapinskas: 'I'd love Anthony to return'
> 'EastEnders' Matt Lapinskas teases Anthony exit plot
> Read more 'EastEnders' spoilers and news

Coming up on Emmerdale, Nikhil Sharma receives a shock when he discovers that his sister Priya is enjoying a secret romance with David Metcalfe.

As the mutual attraction between Priya (Fiona Wade) and David (Matthew Wolfenden) grows in the coming days, they arrange to meet outside the village for some fun.

David has explained his absence by claiming that he's going for a run. However, Nikhil (Rik Makarem) is annoyed to hear that David has gone running without him and heads off to find his friend.

Soon afterwards, Nikhil is furious when he catches David and Priya sharing a passionate kiss. David then has no option but to admit to Nikhil that his marriage to Alicia was a sham.

Nikhil initially struggles to believe this explanation, but when he finally accepts that David is telling the truth, he asks him to stop seeing Priya. But can David resist Priya's affections?

Nikhil Sharma catches Priya Sharma and David Metcalfe kissing in Emmerdale

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Emmerdale 6327: Nikhil is furious when he catches David and Priya lip-locked, leaving David no option but to admit that his marriage to Alicia was a sham

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Monday, August 27 at 7pm on ITV1.

> 'Emmerdale' Matthew Wolfenden: 'David will enjoy secret snogs'
> Read more 'Emmerdale' spoilers and news

Meanwhile, Hollyoaks womaniser Dodger Savage finds himself on a downward spiral as he struggles to feel part of his own family.

Dodger (Danny Mac) has been putting on a brave face since discovering that Dirk is not his real father earlier this summer, but his secret turmoil finally begins to hit home in the coming days.

With Dirk unaware of what's really troubling his adoptive son, he makes things worse by trying to give some fatherly advice.

When Dodger resolves to track down his real dad, viewers will have to wait and see whether he is successful - and whether he will confront Dirk with what he knows.

However, as seen in the pictures below, the barman finally loses control when he spots that Dirk has had 'Savage & Son' painted on the side of the family's van. Is Dodger on a road of self-destruction?

Dodger Savage loses control in Hollyoaks

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Dodger Savage loses control in Hollyoaks

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Dodger Savage loses control in Hollyoaks

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Dodger Savage loses control in Hollyoaks

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Wednesday, August 29 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> 'Hollyoaks' Danny Mac: 'It'd be nice to see Dodger change'
> Read more 'Hollyoaks' spoilers and news

Over on Doctors, Daniel Granger finds himself at rock bottom after partner Zara Carmichael walks out on him.

Fans of the BBC One daytime soap will soon see Zara leave Daniel (Matthew Chambers) after he shakes baby Joe in a sudden moment of frustration and despair, physically willing him to be quiet.

When Zara witnesses the shocking moment, she makes a quick exit from Letherbridge with Joe - requesting several months leave at The Mill.

A desperate Daniel tries to call Zara and leaves several messages, but when she finally replies with a text message, it's only to say that Joe is fine and Daniel shouldn't contact them again.

Jimmi (Adrian Lewis Morgan) tries to be a good friend to Daniel in his time of need, still unaware of his recent passionate encounter with Cherry. Daniel continues to keep quiet over the secret, but how long will it be possible to keep Jimmi in the dark?

Daniel Granger at rock bottom in Doctors

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Jimmi Clay tries to comfort Daniel Granger in Doctors

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Doctors airs these scenes on Tuesday, August 28 and Friday, August 31 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Read more 'Doctors' spoilers and news

EastEnders was the big winner of our storyline poll last week as 47.7% of you chose Jay's troubles as the best plot.

Hollyoaks took second place with 32.7% for Mercedes being kidnapped, while Emmerdale was third with 7.7% for Ali confronting David.

Coronation Street claimed fourth with 6.9% for Rob dumping Eva, while Doctors was fifth with 5.0% for Zara discovering the truth about Cherry and Daniel.

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

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