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Tonight's Soaps: Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks

Details of what's to come tonight on Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks.


Coronation Street, 7.30pm (Episode 10380)

Writer: Steven Fay
Director: Tim Finn

Brian sets up the camera for the photoshoot in the garage and just as Kevin drops his robe, Abi walks in and is left stunned by what she sees.

Abi on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Kevin on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Todd watches on in horror as Billy offers his resignation to the bishop.

The bishop on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Billy on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Paul on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Over at the corner shop, Debbie pops in to be confronted by the sight of a naked Dev.

Dev on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Debbie on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Steve is concerned to learn from Debbie that Curtis is in the Bistro looking cosy with a young girl.

Steve and Debbie on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Steve on the first episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

This episode airs at 7.30pm on ITV


Coronation Street, 8.30pm (Episode 10381)

Writer: Chris Fewtrell
Director: Tim Finn

Leanne tells Sam that he should put his posters back on the wall - Oliver's bedroom is now his and he should treat the place as his home.

Sam on the second episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Nick on the second episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Leanne on the second episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Believing Curtis to be cheating on Emma, Steve tears a strip off him before leaving the Bistro.

Curtis on the second episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Steve on the second episode of Coronation Street on July 19, 2021© ITV

Also: Summer blames Paul for Billy's fall from grace.

This episode airs at 8.30pm on ITV


EastEnders (Episode 6309)

Writer: Pete Lawson
Director: John Howlett, David Moor and Sean Healy

Keegan is thrilled to discover that he's in the top three for the Walford's Best Street Food award.

Keegan on EastEnders on July 19, 2021© BBC

Karen on EastEnders on July 19, 2021© BBC

Tiff reluctantly gives Bernie more diet pills, warning her that they are dangerous to take if she's pregnant. Later, when Bernie takes a pregnancy test, what will the result be? And how will Keegan react when Bernie tells him the truth about what she's doing?

Tiff and Stuart on EastEnders on July 19, 2021© BBC

Also: Callum learns that Ben is plotting to avenge Paul, Honey tries to help Suki and Lola visits Isaac in the mental health unit.

This episode airs at 8.05pm on BBC One


Emmerdale (Episode 9103)

Writer: Caroline Mitchell
Director: Brett Fallis

Nicola borrows Laurel's dress and gets dressed up with a romantic evening in mind. How will Jimmy respond?

Nicola and Jimmy on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Jimmy on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Nicola on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Meena encounters a troubled Liam at the crematorium and apologises for his loss.

Liam and Meena on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Meena on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Leyla is furious when she learns that Meena suggested to Liam that he pile up Leanna's belongings into bin bags.

Leyla, Meena and David on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Liam on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Leyla on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Meena on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

Tracy does her best to get on top of things.

Tracy on Emmerdale on July 19, 2021© ITV

This episode airs at 7pm on ITV


Hollyoaks (Episode 5636)

Writer: Colin O'Donnell
Director: Will Brenton

It's the day of the wedding and Summer's chance to finally humiliate Brody at the altar. But when things start to deviate from how she planned, she's forced to improvise...

Brody on Hollyoaks on July 19, 2021© Lime Pictures

Summer on Hollyoaks on July 19, 2021© Lime Pictures

Also: Darren throws a surprise for Nancy, Tom recruits Romeo to help with the Game of Assassins and Leah injures herself while in Sid's care.

This episode airs at 6.30pm on Channel 4


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· Comeback queen and super-mum Helen Glover goes for her third Olympic gold alongside Polly Swann in the women's pair final (1.30am)
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