EastEnders continues to explore the aftermath of its tragic knife crime storyline next week.
While most of the Square is distracted by plans for the funeral of Shakil Kazemi, it becomes clear that Keegan Baker (Zack Morris) is struggling badly in the wake of the double stabbing.
Although Keegan is trying his best to put a brave face on, he’s actually nervous and anxious as he’s plagued by terrifying memories of the attack that nearly killed him.
When Shakil’s mum Carmel (Bonnie Langford) hears how much Keegan has been struggling, she rushes over to see him but is alarmed by his hostile response.
Although Carmel tries to calm Keegan down and gives him a reality check, the bad boy refuses to listen and throws her support back in her face. Can anyone help Keegan?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, July 2 at 9pm on BBC One.
Over on Hollyoaks, Nancy Osborne suffers a shock collapse after a highly stressful week.
Later this month, we’ll see Nancy (Jessica Fox) hit with a blast from the past thanks to Fran – the woman who killed her sister Becca Dean during a fight in prison 11 years ago.
Eager to see Nancy, returning character Fran sends her a note asking for a meeting. However, it’s Nancy’s husband Darren who sees it first, intercepting it and confronting Fran himself.
The following day, Fran’s daughter Brooke turns up in the village and starts secretly watching Nancy from afar.
After spending a day or so keeping a close eye on Nancy, Brooke uses Nancy’s tutoring classes as an opportunity to speak to her.
Revealing her identity, Brooke urges Nancy to forgive Fran because she’s dying and doesn’t have long left.
Nancy eventually agrees to go with Brooke to see Fran in hospital, but when her sister’s killer begs for forgiveness, Nancy simply can’t give it to her.
Still stressed out the following day, Nancy has an MS attack and collapses while cooking the kids’ dinner at home. Will she be okay?
The initial announcement of Brooke’s arrival revealed that she’d be fostered by the Osborne family and enrol in Hollyoaks High.
Brooke is an autistic character and is played by newcomer Talia Grant, the first female actress who is autistic to land a role on the show.
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Friday, July 13 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
Coming up on Coronation Street, Rana Nazir finds herself facing Sophie Webster’s fury after Jack falls seriously ill.
Jack’s life-or-death drama comes as a huge shock to everyone – especially since the medical centre had brushed off his initial symptoms and sent him home.
While Jack’s family anxiously wait for news on his future, Sophie (Brooke Vincent) demands answers from Rana when they catch up at the cafe.
Needing an outlet for her anger and despair, Sophie tells Rana (Bhavna Limbachia) that the medical centre is to blame for missing Jack’s sepsis.
When Rana defends the medical centre’s position, Sophie loses control and slaps her.
Shortly afterwards, Sophie heads to see Adam Barlow and announces that she wants to sue the medical centre for negligence. But how will Kevin feel about Sophie’s vengeful behaviour?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, July 6 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.
Meanwhile, Emmerdale‘s Cain Dingle is forced to strike a deal with Ross Barton.
Cain (Jeff Hordley) was shocked this week when Ross ordered him to hand over the garage in exchange for his silence over Debbie’s role in the acid attack.
Although Ross (Michael Parr) has known the truth about the attack for weeks now, he felt betrayed by Cain after seeing Simon McManus at the garage.
Next week’s episodes see Ross continue his threats, warning Cain that he really will shop Debbie into the police unless he gets what he wants.
Proving he’s no pushover, Cain refuses to give away the business but does offer Ross a joint partnership instead. Will this be a match made in hell?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Monday, July 2 at 7pm on ITV.
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Episode 6903 | Airs Wednesday, 18 Jul 2018 at 18:00 BST on Channel 5
It’s time for him to leave again.
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