The long-awaited punishment of Corrie killer Stephen Reid, according to Coronation Street actor Todd Boyce, will be “satisfying” for viewers.
As viewers are aware, Stephen has damaged many more lives and claimed three since showing up on the street in question last year.
But the maniacal serial killer’s days are limited; the Super Soap Week episodes of the ITV drama serial that broadcast the following week are not to be missed as his transgressions finally catch up with him.
Fans have been waiting impatiently for Stephen to receive his just desserts, and actor Todd Boyce has reassured them that the wait will be well worth it.
He told Metro.co.uk, “I hope it will be satisfactory with the public.” It’s hard to discuss without giving away too many details, but I believe the audience will be satisfied.
Even if they don’t watch every episode of Corrie, I hope those who know Stephen will start turning in now since this Super Soap Week is spectacular and unlike any other. It has thriller qualities.
Consider us really excited.
In the aforementioned episodes, Stephen will make an attempt to elude justice while being ignorant that some of his neighbors are beginning to connect the dots and realize they have a murderer living among them.
Whether or whether Stephen will take any more lives during his final battle is the huge concern on fans’ minds, and considering how desperate he is to escape, it seems that blood may very well be spilt.
Todd informed us, “He’s absolutely and utterly desperate.” I usually point out that he arrived in Weatherfield in a difficult situation. He came at Weatherfield portraying everything as normal despite the fact that the wheels had fallen off in Milan.
He has been covering for more than a year and a half, so this is the result of persistently facing difficulty.
Anyone who stands in his way during this last stretch is in immediate risk of death. To escape this dreadful circumstance, he will do everything.
Be really fearful!
Almost everyone is in risk, to be honest. While Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) conducts his own investigation, he finds a significant revelation regarding the murderer, which Carla Connor (Alison King) confronts Stephen about after suspecting he drugged her.
The way the plot of Coronation Street, which includes a variety of people, and the conclusion of the tale tie together just about every cobblestone inhabitant imaginable, has been really brilliant.
Stephen was connecting with almost every figure on the Street right away, according to Todd.
Considering that everyone might have been his victim, I believe that was actually the goal. He was well known to the other characters, so it’s exciting that they all know who he is and are impacted by him in different ways.
These scenes will be shown on Monday, October 9, Wednesday, October 11, and Friday, October 13 at 8 p.m. on ITV1 and ITVX as part of Coronation Street.