The latest goings on in Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors.
As Fiz and Tyrone row, Hope slips out unnoticed, prompting a frantic search. As Ali and Maria set off for a charity ball, they hear Hope’s cries for help coming from the factory and are horrified to see her surrounded by burning boxes. Ali successfully manages to rescue Hope, before heading home to take some diazepam. Later, Tyrone realises that Hope isn’t being honest about the fire.
Meanwhile, Geoff says just enough for Yasmeen to believe that he hasn’t got long left to live. As Yasmeen draws Tim and Sally into what she believes is happening, Geoff laughs off his impending demise, handing Yasmeen some printouts and noting that he actually has SVT and it’s not life-threatening. Yasmeen feels terrible, while Alya thinks Geoff got the printouts off the internet. Listening in Geoff takes control, faking a funny turn, and Yasmeen begs him to move back in.
Elsewhere, Eileen informs Seb of her intention to leave with Jan, telling him that they have accepted a witness protection scheme. Seb offers Mary a room at No.11. Steve makes a touching gesture.
Coronation Street, Monday at 7.30pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
It’s the day of Callum and Whitney’s wedding, but Whitney is still struggling to digest Callum’s confession that he had a fling with Ben. To add to Whitney’s stress, Bianca, who is attending the wedding, has gone AWOL. Later, at the wedding venue, Whitney sees red when she finds Ben there.
Meanwhile, with Hunter stowed away in the boot of her car, Mel prepares to flee the Square. However, Lisa arrives and stops her in her tracks – she needs to get Keanu and Louise out of the country. Mel suggests they all leave together but when she returns to the car, she is horrified to find Hunter has gone and so has her gun…
At the same time, Louise and Keanu lay low but he can’t resist going after Ben. Phil’s interest is piqued when Ian tells him that Lisa is back and he asks Ben to look into it.
EastEnders, Monday at 8pm on BBC One.
Kerry warns Amy that Nate won’t keep their secret (concerning the fire at the factory) now that she has told him. Amy fears Kerry is right, especially when she misinterprets a conversation between Nate and Tracy at the café. Later, Kerry arrives at the farm to have words with Nate, but she is shocked when she sees him and Moira kissing passionately.
Meanwhile, Tracy is grateful for Pete’s support.
Elsewhere, Liv plays down her worries; Jamie offers Leyla a helping hand.
Emmerdale, Monday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Luke tells Ollie that he has big plans now that he’s back in the village. Darren questions how long he is staying but Mandy invites Luke to stay as long as he wants. It seems that Darren has plenty to worry about when Luke prepares a candlelit meal for Mandy. Meanwhile, Cindy urges Ollie to tell the truth about Luke being DJ’s father.
Sienna is excited as the day of Liberty’s insemination arrives. However, Liberty is feeling the pressure and backs out of being their surrogate.
Elsewhere, Mitchell helps Cleo to swat up ahead of starting university, but she snaps at him when she can’t answer some of his questions. Goldie calls for alternative help in the form of Anita Tinkle.
Hollyoaks, Monday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.
Dean Telford is in debt to local businessman Erik Forbes who runs a protection racket. Under the guise of his pizza business, Dean is dealing drugs to known customers who want ‘extra toppings’. Dean’s son Cameron works for him and is suspicious about his dad’s behaviour. He later confronts Dean who tells him what he is doing and why. Dean insists he is paying Erik back later today and he will stop dealing drugs.
Later Dean returns to work sporting injuries which catches the attention of Jimmi who is collecting pizzas for the Mill. Dean says he hurt himself riding his moped and ignores Jimmi’s advice to go to A&E.
Meanwhile, Cameron has agreed to deliver a ‘pizza with extra toppings’ to help his dad out but when he arrives at the customer’s house, he is arrested by waiting policemen.
Doctors, Monday at 1.45pm on BBC One.