We take a look at the latest goings on in Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors.
There will be no episodes of Coronation Street this evening.
Coronation Street, Friday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV, UTV and STV.
EastEnders is also off-air this evening.
EastEnders, Friday at 8pm on BBC One. Repeated at 10pm on UKTV channel ‘W’.
Jacob can’t believe David’s letting Priya stay. Tracy arrives and David lies that Priya’s staying elsewhere, but Jacob urges him to tell her before she finds out.
Elsewhere, Liv’s tempted to drink ahead of her court appearance.
Emmerdale, Friday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Leah pretends to be very sick and needs to go to hospital, hoping to see Ryan. Ryan turns up but when he finds out Leah is ok he runs again. Ste catches up with him and reveals some vital information. Later Ryan makes a decision after a heart to heart with DS Thorpe. Leah is fed up of Ryan and Ste’s lying and decides to out their relationship at Amy’s memorial.
Meanwhile, Leela identifies the body found by police, but it isn’t Peri. To distract herself she offers to look after Lucas and Leah and help them collect memories for Amy’s memorial. She begins to act erratically and asks strangers for memories.
Elsewhere, Grace asks Adam to store a drugs delivery at the salon. DS Thorpe turns up for an emergency haircut just as the drugs are delivered. Will Adam and Grace get the drugs out before DS Thorpe sports them?
Hollyoaks, Friday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.
Over at the Campus surgery, Valerie congratulates Jimmi on his counselling qualification. It’s obvious that Valerie has something on her mind and Jimmi offers to go on a lunchtime walk with her. On the walk, Valerie admits that she has been having an affair with Ashley – even though she knew he was married.
Valerie feels guilt ridden which is made worse by the realisation that Jimmi was cheated on by Cherry years before. Jimmi tries to help Valerie get this into perspective and not wallow in her thoughts – it’s unhealthy.
Elsewhere, Emma relays her LGBTQ+ course to the team.
Doctors, Friday at 1.45pm on BBC One.