Although Super Soap Week has come to a conclusion, there is still plenty more drama to come on Coronation Street.
While the huge stunts will be on hold, the explosive story twists will continue to roll in, ensuring that we have a very Merry Christmas.
Many things happened during Super Soap Week, but fans didn’t get the one thing they wanted: Corey Brent to be apprehended.
It also didn’t kill him, which is a significant improvement above the usual outcome.
But he’ll get his comeuppance — and it’ll come soon.
The tale, which is based on true events, must conclude with Corey being found guilty and imprisoned for his heinous acts.
Let’s hope that’s the end of it!
Nick and Leanne’s problems
You’d think being kidnapped, terrorized, and then having to live with the guilt of shooting your stepson’s mother would be enough for Nick and Leanne.
But that’s not all — there’s a lot more.
Leanne is filled with remorse as Natasha is rushed to the hospital in Friday night’s second episode.
But what about Natasha? Will Nick’s son be lost as a result of Leanne’s actions? Will he be dragged into Natasha’s arms?
Grace’s final moments on Coronation Street
Grace Vickers makes everyone feel terrible for the Bailey family, despite the fact that their introduction was not the most successful the cobblestones had ever seen.
If it wasn’t terrible enough that she lied about having a child with Michael, leading him to believe her nanny charge was their daughter, she’s now robbing his parents blind.
Grace is pressuring them to give her a home in exchange for Glory, their grandchild.
She’s also stealing money from Michael to pay the rent – and keeping it for herself.
But, in a dramatic conclusion, actress Kate Spencer will soon leave the cobblestones.
As a result, Grace will be leaving soon.
Carla’s reintroduction to the spotlight
Carla Connor hasn’t dominated the cobbles in a long time, but it’s time for a comeback.
It does come after the death of her father, Johnny Connor, but it’s a price worth paying.
She received the coveted last words in Super Soap Week, which bodes well for the businesswoman.
Will she hold Jenny responsible for Johnny’s death, or will it bring them closer?
Could her scheming ex Lucas make an appearance to provide her with a nemesis to fight?
Christmas on Coronation Street,!
There have been no hints as to how Christmas will be celebrated on the cobblestones this year, which is exciting.
Iain Macleod, the executive producer of Corrie, has guaranteed that Super Soap Week will serve as a springboard for big stories coming up to Christmas and the New Year.
“After completing a number of event weeks, it’s only worth doing if the aftermath is more intriguing than the week,” he told the reporters.
It’s all well and good to “blow up the Street,” but it’s only worth so much if it doesn’t change lives or leave a legacy.
“There are fantastic closing chapters, as well as a fascinating novel and fresh chapters in other storylines – some of which are unexpected.”
“It is, without a doubt, a launch pad for Christmas and New Year.”
We can’t wait to get started!