If you only do one thing this evening, make sure it is watching Coronation Street and Emmerdale...
Cancel all your plans for this evening, because you definitely don’t want to miss out on either Coronation Street or Emmerdale tonight.
Over on ITV both soaps will be airing huge episodes later on – both of which everyone will be talking about tomorrow.
In Coronation Street the much-anticipated Underworld factory roof collapse happens tonight, and as this week promises to be one of the biggest in Weatherfield this year, you don’t want to miss the drama unfolding.
As Carla’s world comes tumbling down as the factory roof collapses, many lives are thrown into question when most of the factory staff find themselves trapped in the wreckage.
Following Carla’s cost cutting, machinists decide to stage a protest at the start of tonight’s visit to the cobbles, but of course this means that everyone is inside the building as it starts to crumble.
Tonight will also see Carla lay her heart on the line for Peter as she tries to stop him from leaving Weatherfield for a new life at sea… but as she confesses her love for him, will the feeling be mutual?
Over in Emmerdale there is a huge revelation on the cards tonight as Kim Tate does some digging into Graham Foster’s recent shifty behaviour.
Last week we saw Graham lying to Kim about what happened to Joe on the day that he died, and then he was seen making sneaky secret phone calls by the end of the week.
But Kim isn’t a woman to be messed with, and she has been keeping an eye on Graham via CCTV.
Knowing that something is amiss after she finds some mysterious withdrawals on her bank account, Kim is convinced that her right-hand man is hiding something and wants to know what.
Tonight sees Kim hire a private detective to do some digging, and she is set to be left stunned by what he unearths…
What shock discovery is she about to make? Find out tonight – don’t miss it!
Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
Picture credits: Main image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock. Others Andrew Boyce and ITV.