When an arsonist targets the pub in tomorrow night's must-see double bill (March 18), Sunita (Shobna Gulati) and Stella (Michelle Collins) find themselves trapped in the inferno - to the horror of their loved ones.
Miraculously, both women are rescued from the blaze and rushed to hospital, where they lie critically ill.
A Coronation Street statement teased: "It's touch and go for both women as their devastated families pray at their bedsides for their recovery.
"And Dev is faced with more heartache when it's revealed that the fire was arson and Sunita becomes the number one suspect."
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Sunday, March 24 at 7pm on ITV.
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Over on Hollyoaks, there's bound to be trouble in store as Clare Devine returns.
Clare (Gemma Bissix) heads back to the village following a chance meeting with Mercedes McQueen and Doctor Browning off-screen in Las Vegas.
A few days before Clare's shock arrival, Browning returns from Vegas with the bombshell news that Mercedes went missing during their holiday and he still has no idea where she is.
A sceptical Myra initially reckons that her daughter is just playing games as usual, but Carmel takes the matter much more seriously - fearing that Browning could have returned to his dark ways by killing Mercedes.
When Myra goes round to see Browning to discuss the situation, she is shocked to find Mercedes's blood-stained scarf while the twisted doctor is out of the room.
With the McQueens' worst fears seemingly confirmed, Browning finds himself under suspicion. However, viewers soon learn that Browning is innocent when he receives a frightened call from his fiancée, which leaves him fearing for her safety.
Later, a mystery woman in red posts a photo of a gagged Mercedes to Browning, which is shortly followed by Clare's reappearance in the village. After seeing her in Vegas, has Clare done something to Mercy?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Thursday, March 28 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on EastEnders, the pressure begins to take its toll on Bianca Butcher and Carol Jackson as Liam's gang storyline continues.
Liam does a disappearing act from the Square for several days later this month, preferring to spend time with Kane and the gang instead.
After a number of unsuccessful hunts for Liam at the estate, an emotional Bianca (Patsy Palmer) returns home and breaks down in Carol's arms.
Later, a concerned Carol (Lindsey Coulson) admits to Masood Ahmed that Liam had a part to play in Tamwar's mugging.
Angry over the revelation, Masood (Nitin Ganatra) attempts to leave, but a tearful Carol explains that she and Bianca have let the police know. Masood softens and comforts her.
EastEnders airs these scenes on Thursday, March 28 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Robbie Lawson makes the mistake of winding up killer Cameron Murray later this month, unaware of his sinister side.
Robbie (Jamie Shelton) has appeared desperate to impress Debbie Dingle in recent episodes, and this continues when she encourages him to get under Cameron's skin as much as possible.
Taking on this challenge, Robbie causes a stir at The Woolpack by openly passing his own bottle of vodka around, before making a number of nasty comments which earn him a drink in the face from Chas.
When Robbie is about to leave the pub, he spots that the cellar hatch isn't locked, so he climbs down to get his revenge. Keen to do some damage, he then starts smashing bottles of spirits on the floor.
Cameron (Dominic Power) goes down to investigate the noise and shocks Robbie by grabbing his mobile and moving towards him with a broken bottle. However, Robbie then pulls out a lighter and threatens to torch the place if Cameron comes any closer.
When Cameron calls his bluff, Robbie takes a chance and makes a run for it. However, Cameron follows in hot pursuit and soon he grabs Robbie, hits him and bundles him into the back of his van. Will Cameron kill again?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Thursday, March 28 at 8pm on ITV.
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Over on Doctors, Zara Carmichael finally starts to warm towards ex-partner Daniel Granger again - but she is determined to keep him on his toes.
The latest twists in the pair's on-off relationship begin when Daniel (Matthew Chambers) discovers that Zara is dating another man named Dutch.
Feeling jealous, Daniel can't resist interrupting when Zara (Elisabeth Dermot Walsh) and Dutch enjoy a lunch date at The Icon.
After giving Dutch the third degree, Daniel admits to Zara that he misses everything about her - which scares Dutch off as it's clear that the couple need to talk through their unresolved issues.
Although Zara is initially furious with Daniel for his interference, anger soon explodes into passion for the fiery pair and they fall back into each other's arms.
Daniel is delighted to think that he's finally won back the love of his life, believing that everything can now get back to normal.
However, as they start meeting up for liaisons again, Zara drops a bombshell - she'll be setting strict time limits on their time together and won't be letting Daniel spend any extra time with Joe. How will Daniel react?
Doctors airs these scenes on Tuesday, March 26 and Thursday, March 28 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 73.5% of you chose Brendan's exit as the best plot.
Coronation Street came second with 16.7% for the Full Monty at the Bistro, while EastEnders was third with 4.7% for Alfie standing up to Kat.
Emmerdale was fourth with 3.8% for Cameron discovering Charity's secret, while Doctors was fifth with 1.3% for Emma coming under suspicion over Sam's death.
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