Coronation Street's departing star Alison King could go out on top at her last British Soap Awards after making the shortlist as best actress. The other viewer-voted categories include the main prize: best British soap. In the best actor category, all eyes will be on EastEnders star Danny Dyer.
In the first of two episodes of Coronation Street that air on Monday 9th May, having spent the night with Gemma, in the morning, Jason makes it clear she's not welcome, so Gemma leaves feeling hurt. As the mourners gather round Tony's graveside, Phelan leads Jason away in an attempt to get him to calm him down, and it seems to work as we'll then see Eileen and Jason having a heart to heart by Tony's grave.
The loveable Weatherfield resident is caught on the back foot next week when his girlfriend starts acting strangely and he becomes convinced she's going to dump him. He's starting to see that she's being a little bit off - she's always on her phone, she's a bit agitated but Craig just tries to ignore that and show her lots of attention and affection and make her feel special.
As Sally Metcalfe continues to lead the Underworld workforce against Jenny, Johnny Connor watches on with concern as she is ignored and given the cold shoulder by her colleagues. Later, Johnny finds Jenny alone crying over the torn up pictures and she opens up to him, saying that the last time she was at Blackpool, she was there to identify the body of her dad, Alan, who had been hit by a tram while pursuing a terrified Rita.
Sarah Platt is a woman heading ever closer to the edge as her paranoia grows in shocking Coronation Street scenes that will leave fans concerned for both her safety and that of baby Harry's. As Sarah repeatedly tells Kylie that she can't bear to share a house with Callum's corpse, worry for her continues to grow - and at a pampering party that Gail has planned for Carla Connor to welcome her to the family, Sarah heads for the door unable to cope with being in there.
Narla fans are set to be left devastated when Nick decides that his brain injury means that he shouldn't marry his fiancee. Telling David and Robert that he doesn't want Carla to marry him out of pity - or be on the receiving end of his violent temper - he tracks down his bride and tells her that he can't marry her even though he loves her.
Roy Cropper makes a welcome return to Coronation Street next week - but he is less than impressed by what he comes home to. As one of the lads breaks an ornament, Roy loses his cool and throws everyone out before he rounds on Cathy and Alex and tells them that this living arrangement isn't going to work. The close friends have a heart to heart and Roy explains the spat he has had with Cathy.
He may not be instantly recognisable but Alex is ITV's oldest employee and is welcomed into millions of homes every night as the British Sign Language translator of the company's flagship programmes.
It's the nation's favourite soap but, as is often the case in Soap Land, some things don't always make sense on Coronation Street . And sometimes little mistakes manage to make it on the small screen. "She should be livid, fuming - or at the very least getting a petition together. Let's have Mary's motorhome back on the cobbles."
However, as the alcohol begins to flow, things turn bitter between Kate and Gail (Helen Worth), as they both fight to give a farewell speech to Carla. However, this doesn't stop them and the row soon turns bitter - with the two women damaging the DJ's valuable equipment, forcing the club manager to intervene. And the pictures teasing the upcoming storyline later show Kate on the floor.
Barbara Windsor has decided to bow out from her iconic role for good, but producers have promised to do Peggy proud with a fitting exit storyline. Peggy's first scenes back see her arrive to see Ronnie, who then accompanies her when she pays a visit to the doctor.
"Kate shared a few exciting ideas and storylines so I'm really excited about that." On the subject of her character's relative inactivity, Samia talked of her love of spending more time with her family. Samia has played Maria since 2000 and the hairdresser has had a torrid time over the years.