Having grown increasingly attached to the new arrival, Tina (Michelle Keegan) comes to realise that she isn't prepared to give him up.
Tommy Duckworth (Chris Fountain) is the first to hear what Tina has planned as she confides in him about how she's feeling. Not wanting to jeopardise their recent reunion, Tommy promises that he'll stand by Tina if she wants to raise the baby herself.
When the doctors later announce that Jake has grown stronger and can be held for the first time, Gary (Mikey North) and Izzy (Cherylee Houston) excitedly head to the hospital. However, when they arrive, they're confused to find Tina already cradling the baby.
Realising that it's time to reveal her decision, Tina tells the couple that she wants to keep Jake as she feels like his mum, she has the law on her side, and she knows that she can give him a stable home.
Gary and Izzy are completely shellshocked and immediately vow to fight for Jake, but with Tina holding all the cards from a legal standpoint, has their dream of parenthood been cruelly crushed?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, June 10 at 7.30pm on ITV.
> 'Coronation Street' Michelle Keegan: 'Tina should stay nice'
> 'Coronation Street' stars: 'Gary, Izzy should fight for baby'
> 'Coronation Street': Chris Fountain on Tina's baby decision
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Over on Hollyoaks, Doctor Browning's dark side re-emerges as he turns sinister with new work colleague Lindsey Butterfield.
Browning (Joseph Thompson) develops an attraction to Lindsey over the next fortnight, finding her company a welcome distraction from Mercy's bridezilla antics in the build-up to their wedding.
Wanting to get closer to Lindsey (Sophie Austin), Browning invites her to a lecture that he's giving at a hotel, promising that he can help to advance her career by introducing her to a clinical director.
Lindsey agrees to come along, but once the lecture is over, Browning corners Lindsey in a lift, pulls the emergency stop lever and tries to kiss her.
An appalled Lindsey is quick to stand up to Browning and brands his behaviour pathetic. However, the knock-back reminds Browning of his equally feisty murder victim Lynsey Nolan and he advances on his new target… Can Lindsey escape?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Thursday, May 13 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
> 'Hollyoaks' unveils new character Lindsey Butterfield
> 'Hollyoaks': Karen Hassan films new Lynsey Nolan scenes
> 'Hollyoaks' Karen Hassan on Lynsey return: 'She's out to get Browning'
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Coming up on Emmerdale, a life is left hanging in the balance as Adam Barton and Robbie Lawson cause a shock accident.
Adam (Adam Thomas) remains isolated in the village in upcoming episodes as his mum Moira is refusing to back down over her relationship with Cain Dingle.
Thinking that Adam should grow up, Cain confronts him with some harsh home truths, which leave the young farmer rattled.
With Adam not having anyone else to support him at the moment, his new best friend Robbie (Jamie Shelton) steps into the breach by stealing Cain's car keys.
Still holding his own grudge against the Dingles, Robbie has concocted a plan that will allow him and Adam to both come out on top.
However, fuelled by drink and irrational thinking, the pair are only moments away from disaster as they drive off together - and things take a nasty turn when they knock a drunken Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) down in the road…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Wednesday, June 12 at 7pm on ITV.
> 'Emmerdale' Jamie Shelton on stalker plot: 'Robbie isn't normal'
> 'Emmerdale' Charley Webb interview: 'Debbie gets big wake-up call'
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Meanwhile, romance definitely isn't on the cards for Michael Moon and Alice Branning on EastEnders as Michael immediately regrets their one-night stand.
Michael (Steve John Shepherd) can't get away from Alice quickly enough after their night together, but she seems oblivious to his true feelings and starts telling people that she has a new boyfriend.
When Michael realises that Alice (Jasmyn Banks) is growing too attached, he delivers a crushing blow by telling her that he was only using her for sex.
Kat Moon is appalled by Michael's treatment of Alice when she finds out what's happened, but Michael knows himself that he's gone too far this time.
Feeling that he deserves to be punished for his actions, Michael purposely tells Joey (David Witts) what happened and goads him for a reaction.
Joey is quick to provide one as he furiously punches Michael to the floor, telling him to stay away from his sister.
EastEnders airs these scenes on Friday, June 14 at 8pm on BBC One.
> 'EastEnders': Jasmyn Banks "devastated" over Michael exit
> 'EastEnders' Jasmyn Banks: 'Alice Branning is too naïve'
> 'EastEnders': Michael Moon gets a nasty surprise - spoiler pictures
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Over on Doctors, former EastEnders star Emma Barton makes a one-episode guest appearance.
The actress, best known for playing Walford's Honey Mitchell, takes on the role of Sue Maitliss - the girlfriend of a man with terminal cancer.
Sue is providing round-the-clock care for partner Darren Holdgate, but is in desperate need of more support as she has repeatedly failed her driving test and isn't always able to get around efficiently.
While Sue wants Darren's mother Maureen to chip in more, Maureen always seems to be busy with fundraising events that she is organising in aid of cancer charities.
When regular character Chris Reid gets involved in the situation, it's down to him to convince Maureen that Darren and Sue need her much more than the money she is raising.
Doctors airs these scenes on Friday, June 14 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
> Read more 'Doctors' spoilers and news
Hollyoaks was once again the winner of our storyline poll last week as 57.9% of you chose Sienna's dangerous scheme as the best plot.
Emmerdale came second with 19.4% for Robbie confronting Debbie, while Coronation Street was third with 10.2% for Marcus's dilemma.
EastEnders took fourth with 9.8% for Dexter's rage, while Doctors was fifth with 2.7% for Al becoming obsessed over Jas.
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