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With the Britain's Got Talent live shows returning, Corrie moves to 9pm for the week and we get one less Emmerdale episode than usual.
Elsewhere, EastEnders changes its usual schedule for the week with a change in transmission days and some earlier starts, while Waterloo Road moves from Thursday to Wednesday.
See the full changes below:
Last night (May 13), viewers saw Janine hire Alice (Jasmyn Banks) as baby Scarlett's nanny, providing her with a perfect opportunity to keep tabs on Janine and report back to Michael (Steve John Shepherd).
Alice is initially happy to be Michael's spy as her crush on him is stronger than ever.
However, Alice later feels guilty when Janine (Charlie Brooks) starts to make an effort with her, which leads to the pair striking up an unlikely bond. Janine even gives Alice some extra money for being such a great nanny.
When bad boy Robbie (Charlie Wernham) holds up the local shop with a gun next week, Darren is an eyewitness as he walks straight into the frightening situation.
Joshua, played by 22-year-old Harley Bonner, spends much of his time at the local Olympic pool in order to achieve his training goals.
In real life, Bonner was afraid of deep water as a youngster and spent years trying to overcome his fears at a local pool.
Emmerdale vet Rhona Goskirk hits rock bottom next week as her painkiller addiction begins to spiral out of control.
Rhona is thrown into turmoil when Dr Abbot refuses to give her any more pills, so with no other option, she resorts to the desperate measure of trying to steal drugs from the vets practice.
Unfortunately for Rhona, she is caught red-handed by her best friend and work colleague Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick), who is deeply concerned over her behaviour. Can Vanessa find a way to help Rhona?
Here, Zoe Henry - who plays Rhona - reveals more details of her character's emotional week.
Emmerdale killer Cameron Murray has more big episodes on the way next week as he finally moves Alex Moss's body.
Cameron is relieved when he carries out the gruesome task without incident. However, realising that he needs an explanation for his latest disappearing act, Cameron deliberately crashes his van into a tree on the way home.
Here, Dominic Power - who plays Cameron - teases the latest twists and turns for his villainous character.