Coronation Street has just finished up a tense week of high-octane drama, but don’t expect things to be slowing down over on the cobbles any time soon, as there are more dramatic developments to come.
The ITV soap is lining up yet another shocking week of epic proportions, as Stephen Reid’s lies are exposed courtesy of Leo.
But don’t expect a straight-forward resolution, as Leo subsequently vanishes, leaving everyone concerned about his whereabouts.
There are some interesting developments in store for Alya Nazir too as she continues to investigate the murder Stu Carpenter was convicted for.
Excited for what’s to come?
We thought you might be, and thus we’ve got three little treats to tide you over until our next visit to the cobbles.
The fallout of this week’s developments, as ever, continue into the next, and with so many questions left unanswered, here are some brand new spoiler clips to keep you entertained.
Monday September 26
Stephen takes Gabrielle behind the factory to have a private conversation, in which he admits to planning to use the equality released from Audrey’s home in order to pay her off.
Little does he know, however, that Leo has heard everything – and when he makes the discovery, he’s rendered speechless.
Just what does Leo plan on doing with his findings? Now that really is the question, isn’t it?
Wednesday September 28
Aggie, Ed and Michael are delighted by the impromptu arrival of Dee-Dee, who makes her street debut – and we kind of love her already.
Friday September 30
Bridget becomes defensive when Alya asks why her mum didn’t hear Stu arrive home on the night of Charlie’s murder.
Alya then tells Bridget that she reckons Eliza deserves to meet her grandad – but Bridget kicks Alya out.
Coronation Street airs these scenes w/c Monday September 26 on ITV.
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