In upcoming Coronation Street episodes, Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) will have a lot on her plate because Max Turner (Paddy Bever), who was recently arrested for his participation in Griff Reynolds’ (Michael Condron) terrorism group, has asked her to pay him a visit.
Max, who is currently incarcerated in a secure training facility, is shortly brutally attacked, and when David (Jack P Shepherd) finds out what happened, he asks Alya to go see him.
Max speaks up about the wrong turn his life took—one that resulted in Alya’s injury and his being sent to the STC—in a terrified and lonely manner.
The conversation ends badly when Alya castigates Max and labels him pitiful.
Following Alya’s stabbing by Blake (Adam Little) in Speed Daal, who wished to halt a drop-in centre that Maria had organised, this meeting takes place (Samia Longchambon).
After watching the propaganda films Max had produced, it was clear that Blake had gone on the stabbing rampage, which resulted in his arrest.
The teen then conceded that he must bear the consequences of his actions, which included calling people like Alya and Daryan (Twana Omer) racist names and knowing that an extremist gang member had planted a bomb in the Speed Daal van. Alya was also hospitalised as a result of her actions, which included driving the vehicle to a clear area and escaping just before the bomb detonated.
While Max is currently going through a difficult time, Corrie head Iain MacLeod recently disclosed that Max will soon experience happier times as he discovers an unlikely new love interest.
These scenes will broadcast during Coronation Street on Wednesday, February 22 at 8 p.m. on ITV1 and ITVX.