The new vicar. (ITV)

Extended scoop.

Jane’s funeral forces Roy to reconsider Hayley’s request on “Coronation Street.” Kirsty does something desperate to pay off her debts on “EastEnders.” Amelia decides to enter the Little Miss Yorkshire pageant on “Emmerdale.” Diane uncovers damning evidence on “Hollyoaks.” Maddy annoys Josh when she tries too hard to help him on “Home and Away.” And Karl notices that, in spite of running for mayor, he doesn’t actually have a platform on “Neighbours.”

Coronation Street:
Spoiler alert: After discovering that Simon has been acting out and stealing, Leanne goes looking for some answers. Owen suspects that Grace is the one behind the little boy’s bad behavior. Leanne runs off to rail at Peter for not paying enough attention to his son. He can’t really argue with that. Carla suggests that they ask Tina to help look after the kid. She’s reluctant but agrees and Peter is quickly impressed by how good she is with his son.

David continues on his downward spiral. Even though he’s nearly broke, he resorts to drinking away the few dollars he has, much to flatmate Tina’s chagrin. But Kylie reacts even more furiously when she hears that he’s been taking money out of their joint account. She shows up to scream at him.

Chris Gascoyne (Peter) has announced that he will be leaving Weatherfield next year so that he can spend more time with his family. His departure is sure to be dramatic and will coincide with that of Michelle Keegan (Tina).

EastEnders:
Spoiler alert: When he isn’t able to get Ian to come clean, David looks for other options. Carl is also desperate to get Ian to speak up at Max’s trial but that seems to be a dead end. Max and Phil decide it’s time to get revenge on Carl for hanging them out to dry. While Phil gets a shock when he hears what Carl has to say for himself, Max worries that his family won’t accept him back into the fold.

Seeing how distraught Carol has been, Masood asks her to move in with him. She’s not sure about that plan. David shows up to win back her trust, but that likely won’t be enough to distance her from Masood. Across the square, Sam starts to feel boxed in by life with his family and contemplates taking off. When he doesn’t bother showing up for Ava’s birthday, she and Dexter worry that he must have run off from Walford.