Corrie’s Fall, EastEnders Return, and Emmerdale’s Secret: This Week’s Highlights

Coronation Street, Emmerdale and EastEnders are all broadcasting great moments on ITV and BBC next week, from revenge, to health scares and the return of soap


Soap viewers will enjoy this week, as revealers confirm key developments on EastEnders, Coronation Street and Emmerdale.

There’s plenty of revenge, giant comebacks, and unsettling scenes ahead for some of our favorite TV shows.

In Corrie, Summer Spellman faces dire health when she collapses while in her cell, following a terrifying misunderstanding.

In Dales, Emmerdale fans will see Cain Dingle and Al Chapman feuding again over dramatic scenes, while Leyla Harding’s secret connection to newcomer Suzy Merton is revealed.

On EastEnders, fans welcomed the return of Sam Mitchell, who soon went against pretty much everyone. Here’s a look at next week in soap country…

Emmerdale’s Cain seeks revenge, as Leyla hides a secret

Newcomer Suzy shares a secret link with current resident Leyla Harding



Newcomer Suzy shared a secret link with current resident Leyla Harding on ITV, and it looks like they’re hiding something huge.

Leyla recently made a cryptic phone call that led viewers to believe she has a secret, as they speculated who she was talking to.

As soon as she closed her eyes on Suzy this week, it became clear that Leyla already knew her and she wasn’t happy to see her.

Vanessa will question their connection when she sees Leyla’s reaction, but it seems the whole truth has yet to be revealed.

Cain rekindled his feud with Al

Leyla was clearly shaken by the whole encounter, and she was later reassured by Suzy that she would keep all her secrets to her.

Elsewhere, and Cain rekindles his feud with Al when he destroys his business plan with his sister Belle.

When he tells Al Kerry’s partner about his kiss with Priya, Al loses his romance, job opportunity, and home.

After realizing what Cain did, the front lines will be drawn!

Corrie crash horror for summer

Summer, played by Harriet Bibby, was hard work

Summer, played by Harriet Bibby, struggled with an eating disorder during heartbreaking scenes on the ITV soap.

After being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes last year, this girl is also struggling to control her insulin levels – wanting a ‘normal’ teenage life.

On top of that, fragile Summer had burdened herself with exams in hopes of securing the grades she needed to get into college.

This week, Summer’s friend Amy Barlow (Elle Mulvaney) confronts her at Victoria Gardens and points out that she’s putting herself in grave danger.

Summer angrily responds and urges Amy to back off – but then police find her collapsed on a bench next to bottles of alcopops.

Unaware of her diabetes, they assumed she was drunk and took her to the police station.

Craig runs to his cell at the police station, where he finds Summer in a diabetic coma

Luckily, Amy and Aadi (Adam Hussain) are both worried when they find out what’s happened and tell Craig (Colson Smith) that Summer’s downfall could be due to her diabetes.

Craig runs to his cell at the police station, where he finds Summer in a diabetic coma.

When Craig desperately yelled for someone to call an ambulance, he feared the worst. Will summer be ok?

EastEnders’ Sam Mitchell is back

Sam Mitchell makes her presence known on BBC this week

Sam Mitchell made her presence known on the BBC this week, as she has brought her huge profits.

She quickly sided with Kat and Sharon, who were not pleased to see her, refusing to reveal what brought her back to Walford six years on from her last visit.

Jack Branning was anxious to see her again after a long time, and although she had assured him it was a brief visit, he couldn’t help but be nervous.

Her real reason for going back to Walford is not clear, but her grandson Ben is furious when he learns what Sam is up to, and he’s not the only one.

Sam reveals all to her cousin Billy about what’s going on and why she’s there, but then she tells him she’s leaving that night.

Over the weekend, Jack is alarmed when he receives an unsettling phone call where Sam has to work so hard to get what she wants.

Are there any theories or thoughts on the current plot? Let us know in the comments section below

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV, while EastEnders airs concurrently on BBC One Monday through Thursday.

Corrie airs right after Emmerdale at 8 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

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