If you’re worried that you’ll have to wait until next week to learn what happens on Coronation Street, you don’t need to be since we have what you need.
Why, it’s a sneak peek at a few snippets from the ITV soap opera’s upcoming episodes, which air from February 13 to 17.
Max Turner (Paddy Bever), who is facing a prison sentence, causes David Platt (Jack P. Shepherd) to worry, while Stephen Reid (Todd Boyce) targets Carla Connor in a surprising move (Alison King).
energised by what is to come?
We have FOUR little gifts to keep you occupied until our next trip to the cobbles, previewing all of the above activities, because we thought you might be.
Here are some brand-new spoiler clips to keep you occupied as the effects of this week’s developments carry over into the following one, as usual.
Monday February 13
When his stuff slide over the cobblestones, Mary realises that Brian was the one who wrote the play’s gazette review. Devastated, she withdraws her hospitality. Brian packs up a lot of his supposedly “valuables” to move in with Mary.
It appears that Brian might need to find a hotel because he has nowhere to go.
Sean observes Stephen prepare tea for everyone and overhears Stephen making remarks that enrage the murderer. As viewers may be aware, Stephen is determined to bring Carla down and uses LSD to spike the tea he has made for her.
Will he be discovered?
Certainly not by Sean, at least not yet. While this is happening, Carla is unwittingly sipping the tea, which Stephen believes is a gesture of goodwill.
on February 17th, Friday
At their meeting in the builder’s yard, Billy confesses his affections for Paul and tells him he wants him back. Paul, who might be experiencing the same thing, pushes him away since he feels bad about lying about the Mike scenario.
David is quite nervous before the verdict as the prosecution’s attorney argues that Max should be given the harshest penalty imaginable.
ITV1 and ITVX broadcast Coronation Street at 8 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.