Upcoming episodes see Tyrone (Alan Halsall) snatch his young daughter, before fleeing Weatherfield with girlfriend Fiz Stape and her own child Hope.
Tyrone and Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) initially hide out in Wales while they ponder their next move, eventually agreeing that they should get out of the UK as soon as possible.
As the troubled pair need help to make this happen, they contact Chesney and ask him to bring them some cash and their passports.
Unfortunately, it's not long before the police track down the runaways, and things get even worse for Tyrone as he is arrested on suspicion of child abduction.
At the police station, Fiz is released with a caution when Tyrone protects her, insisting that the abduction was all his idea.
However, Tyrone isn't so lucky as the authorities reveal that there's now enough evidence to charge him with three counts of assault against his twisted ex-fiancée Kirsty Soames, while the abduction will also be investigated further.
Tyrone is denied bail when he faces court the next morning, adding to his heartache and leaving Fiz devastated.
Fiz is desperate to talk to Tyrone, but he surprises everyone by sending a visiting order for Tina instead. Tyrone then asks Tina to pass on a message to Fiz - she should just forget about him as they now have no chance of a happy future together…
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, February 15 at 7.30pm on ITV.
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Over on Hollyoaks, Amy Barnes arrives back in the village after being contacted by Walker's accomplice Kevin Foster.
Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) and Brendan Brady (Emmett Scanlan) are shocked when they unexpectedly find Amy in the flat, and it's clear that she has serious concerns for Leah and Lucas's welfare following the recent changes in Ste's love life.
When Amy's argument with Ste escalates, he shows signs of his old self as he grabs her arm.
Now more convinced than ever that she needs to protect the kids, Amy (Ashley Slanina-Davies) takes Leah and Lucas away from Hollyoaks. While Ste is left a broken man after saying goodbye to the children again, Walker is pleased with all the trouble he's caused as he watches from afar…
Amy's return isn't the only drama involving Walker as vengeful Carl Costello schemes to get rid of the villain once and for all.
As Mitzeee Minniver's final week on Hollyoaks begins, the glamour girl is shocked as Carl (Paul Opacic) informs her that he wants to hire a hitman to murder Walker (Neil Newbon).
Although Mitzeee (Rachel Shenton) isn't keen on the idea of taking the law into their own hands, she does consider being part of Carl's dark plan to avenge Riley's death.
In the end, though, Mitzeee resolves to do the right thing and she leaves Carl appalled when she tells him that she's called off the deal with the hitman.
Refusing to give up so easily, Carl takes over the task himself - clutching a knife as he tracks Walker down to a hotel bar. Will Carl get his revenge?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 12, Wednesday, February 13 and Thursday, February 14 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Coming up on EastEnders, Patrick Trueman questions his future in Walford after suffering a nasty accident.
The storyline kicks off when Patrick (Rudolph Walker) gets annoyed with Kim Fox for asking Joey Branning to help fix a curtain rail at the B&B.
Patrick points out that he can carry out the task himself, but everyone around him insists that he should be taking it easy these days.
Determined to prove that he is perfectly capable, Patrick tries to finish off the curtain rail task - but his efforts backfire badly when he suffers a fall from the top of a ladder.
Later at the hospital, an injured Patrick is in a bad state as he has his arm in a cast and his leg wrapped in a foam support.
When Patrick is asked about the care and support that he can expect once he is discharged, he is concerned to hear that Kim and Denise wrote down his son Anthony's name as next of kin rather than themselves.
As a result, Patrick questions whether he should go to live with Anthony. Will he stay or leave Walford?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Thursday, February 14 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Chas Dingle takes a risk and confronts her half-brother Cain as his angry behaviour continues.
Chas (Lucy Pargeter) is currently one of Cain's least favourite people after her betrayal of Debbie, but that doesn't stop her from trying to stand up to him when he crosses the line with his antics.
Viewers will see tension build as the anniversary of John Barton's death looms in the coming days.
Wanting Moira to have some fun after she breaks up with Cain, Chas invites her to come on a night out.
However, when Moira tries flirting with a stranger on her night of fun, she gets upset as Cain (Jeff Hordley) causes trouble by interrupting.
The next day, Cain is at the centre of even more rows as he insults Bob at The Woolpack. Finally snapping, Chas rebukes Cain for upsetting everyone and tells him that he can't take it out on other people just because Moira is sick of him.
Fronting up to Cain, Chas insists that they need to have a proper chat. Cain agrees to go outside to talk to her, but can Chas get him to see sense? Or will she be left facing his famous bad temper?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Friday, February 15 at 7pm on ITV.
> 'Emmerdale': Cain, Moira relationship runs into trouble
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Over on Doctors, Emma Reid has a Valentine's Day to remember for all the wrong reasons when her disabled husband Sam delivers devastating news.
Things finally seem to be looking up for the pair as they sit down for a romantic meal on February 14, but this proves short-lived when Sam (Grant Masters) is finally honest about his feelings.
Sam can't keep his desire to end his life to himself anymore, so he tells Emma (Dido Miles) that he wants to take one last holiday with her and Chris before 'going to Switzerland'.
Unable to believe what she's hearing, Emma storms out of the house in shock - abandoning Sam and the Valentine's meal. Can she convince him that his life is worth living?
Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, February 14 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the runaway winner of our storyline poll last week as 73.5% of you chose Esther's bullies being exposed as the best plot.
Coronation Street came second with 13.7% for Tyrone deciding to flee with Ruby, while EastEnders was third with 7.7% for Joey punching Michael.
Emmerdale took fourth with 3.9% for Cain's attempts to protect Debbie, while Doctors was fifth with 1.2% for Jimmi opening up over his OCD.
Don't forget to vote in the poll below to let us know which storyline looks best this week!
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