Sophie (Brooke Vincent) has developed strong feelings for Jenna in recent weeks, and she decides that it's time to take a more forward approach when she hears that their appointments will soon be coming to an end.
When Sophie has her back brace removed, Jenna (Krissi Bohn) explains that she'll only need a couple more physio sessions. However, Sophie is upset by the news as she'll no longer have a reason to spend time with her crush.
The situation comes to a head when Jenna pops round to the Webster house and Sophie speaks openly about her feelings for the first time, confessing that she has fancied Jenna for a while.
Jenna soon lets her guard down by hinting that she feels the same way, and when Sophie moves in for a kiss, she can't resist responding.
However, when Sophie's dad Kevin walks in and interrupts the pair, Jenna realises that she may have made a terrible mistake as the furious mechanic threatens to report this to her boss. Will Jenna find herself in trouble at work for her unprofessional behaviour?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, January 7 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
> 'Coronation Street': Sophie Webster girlfriend identity revealed
> 'Coronation Street' Craig Charles: 'Jenna's romance shocks Lloyd'
> 'Coronation Street's Brooke Vincent talks Sophie, Jenna kiss
> Read more 'Coronation Street' spoilers and news
Over on Hollyoaks, Esther Bloom takes drastic action as her bullying ordeal continues.
When the sixth formers return to college following the Christmas holidays, Ruby Button takes over the status of 'Queen Bee' and causes even more trouble for Esther (Jazmine Franks) by spreading lies about her and encouraging everyone to ignore her.
Concerned teacher Jen Gilmore soon encourages Esther to show everyone that she can't be messed with, which prompts her to pay a visit to the police.
Afterwards, Bart McQueen (Jonny Clarke) is first on the police's list of house calls… Has the crash come back to haunt him?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 8 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
> 'Hollyoaks' Jazmine Franks discusses Esther bullying plot
Elsewhere in the village, Joel Dexter has some big news for Brendan Brady as he announces that the bad boy's evil father Seamus is dead.
As first reported last weekend, Brendan pays Joel to murder Seamus in a dark storyline which airs in the New Year.
After attacking Seamus and leaving him to die in a burning shack, Joel (Andrew Still) visits Brendan and assures him that everything went as planned - he won't have to worry about Seamus any more.
Joel is shaken by the guilt of what he's done, but Brendan (Emmett Scanlan) is grimly satisfied…
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Monday, January 7 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
> 'Hollyoaks': Emmett Scanlan talks Ste, Brendan reunion and future
> 'Hollyoaks' pair to plan murder in dark storyline
> Read more 'Hollyoaks' spoilers and news
Coming up on Doctors, life at The Mill starts getting back to normal following the recent upheaval as Daniel Granger officially returns from extended leave.
Daniel (Matthew Chambers) is pleased to be back at work, but he is also wary about the reception he might get from colleague and former friend Jimmi Clay after sleeping with his wife Cherry.
When Daniel finally arrives at the practice, he is met with quiet hostility by most of the staff.
Keen to avoid an atmosphere, Daniel later approaches Jimmi (Adrian Lewis Morgan) and asks if they can keep things civil for everyone's sake. Will Jimmi be able to agree?
Doctors airs these scenes on Monday, January 7 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
> Read the latest 'Doctors' spoilers and news
No extra storylines or pictures to reveal for EastEnders or Emmerdale this week due to their early release in the spoiler section on Friday. See all the latest EastEnders spoilers and pictures here and the Emmerdale ones here.
The full Sunday Soap Scoop update for all five soaps returns next week.
EastEnders was the winner of the last storyline poll as 35.9% of you chose Derek revealing Max's secret as the best plot.
Hollyoaks came second with 27.3% for the eventful McQueen Christmas, while Emmerdale was third with 25.3% for the aftermath of Cameron's latest murder.
Coronation Street was fourth with 11.5% for Leanne's wedding dramas. Get the Inside Soap magazine on your iPhone or iPad