Several soap characters are facing the worst kinds of torment in upcoming episodes as Emmerdales Paddy Kirk and Chas Dingle endure the loss of their newborn baby Grace, David Platt comes face to face with his rapist Josh Tucker in Coronation Street and Linda Carter is forced to call time on her marriage to beloved husband Mick in EastEnders as he languishes in prison.
Meanwhile, Joe Tate makes a colossal mistake that could see the death of Graham Foster in Hollyoaks, Harry Thompson needs to make a big decision in Hollyoaks, Walford sees mel owen becoming deeply suspicious while back in Weatherfield, Sinead Tinker could be about to get a tragic diagnosis.
Here are the moments this week we insist you dont miss:
Chas and Paddy say goodbye to baby Grace in Emmerdale
After Chas gives birth to baby Grace, the new parents start to wonder what life would have been like if their daughter had survived. They are transported to a fantasy version of their future as they spend happy days with Grace but as they return to reality, they are forced to share the most painful of goodbyes.
One to watch: Monday 1st October at 7pm on ITV.
David takes revenge on Josh in Coronation Street
When Josh comes into the salon and confronts David, David responds by shoving him into the car and speeding off while Josh desperately calls after them, terrified of what David might do. How far will he go for revenge?
One to watch: Monday 1st October at 8:30pm on ITV.
Linda ends things with Mick in EastEnders
After new evidence comes to light that leaves Linda reeling, she visits Mick in prison but he continues to deny that he shot Stuart. Linda has had enough though and declares her support for him over, leaving the Carters in crisis.
One to watch: Tuesday 2nd October at 7:30pm on BBC One.
Joe sets up Graham to die in Emmerdale
When a gun toting Connor comes looking for Graham, Joe spies an opportunity to be rid of him and promises to ensure that graham is at Home farm when he next arrives. As Graham is tied up and left at Connors mercy, Joe has second thoughts but it could be too late.
One to watch: Thursday 4th October at 7pm on ITV.
Ryan is arrested in Coronation Street
With Sophies alibi for him falling through, Ryan tries to make a getaway but the police catch up with him and arrest him. When pills are found in his pocket, it seems that he could be facing a long stretch in prison for the deaths of Cormac and his dealer.
One to watch: Wednesday 3rd October at 7:30pm on ITV.
Marnie gives Harry an ultimatum in Hollyoaks
Having caught Harry and James in the act, Marnie tells Harry that its about time he made his decision over who he wants to be with. And its clear that James is tired of playing second fiddle to Ste.
One to watch: Tuesday 2nd October at 7pm on E4.
Mel does some digging on Ray in EastEnders
With Ray taking mysterious phone calls and acting shadily around Hunter, Mels suspicions increase and Jack has some words of warning for her. She determines to trust Ray – but when she spots his wallet lying around, she is tempted to look.
One to watch: Friday 5th October at 8pm on BBC One.
A lump is found as Sinead is examined in Coronation Street
Sinead and Daniel excitedly head for their baby scan but at the hospital, Sinead sends Daniel on an errand and brings up the fact that she has been experiencing bleeding. After a scan, she is warned that a lump has been found on her cervix – and it could be cancer.
One to watch: Wednesday 3rd October at 8:30pm on ITV.
Robert and Aaron get married in Emmerdale
Its a big day for Robert and Aaron as their friends and family gather outside the village hall to watch them exchange vows. As they declare their love and commitment for one another, they are married and look ahead to their future together.
One to watch: Friday 5th October at 7pm on ITV.
Lily wants Romeo out in Hollyoaks
Lily is treating Romeos cut hand but soon finds out that he was the one who broke into James flat. Unnerved by his criminal behaviour, Lily makes it clear that she wants him to move out. But will James finally realise who Romeo is?
One to watch: Wednesday 3rd October at 7pm on E4.