In the Coronation Street spoilers, the soap revealed an action-packed trailer teasing next week’s horror shoot.
The Soap released an explosive trailer that features the evil Sharon Bentley’s reveal and a dramatic shooting.
Fraud, Drama, and Danger.
The whole of the next week on Coronation Street at a little later at 9 p.m.
– Coronation Street (@itvcorrie) May 28, 2021
Viewers know that Sharon worked for drug dealer nephew Harvey against Leanne Battersby.
Jenny can be seen confronting Sharon about her evil plans – and it all begins.
“Don’t play the innocent with me,” says Jenny.
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“You did Harvey’s dirty work for him.”
“I have to be as far from here as possible,” says Sharon after a gun is shown.
In the meantime, Peter Barlow is on the verge of giving up a liver transplant – because it divides his family.
The alcoholic faces certain death if he does not get a transplant – and Daniel and Adam offered to be living donors.
Adam’s wife, Sarah, convinced him of this, however.
And since Daniel is not a match, it’s up to Adam’s throat to decide.
But Peter insists that saving his life if it destroys their relationship is not worth it.
“You know what,” he says.
“If a new liver means wrecking the family I want to live for, I’m not even sure it’s worth it.”
In other scenes, Seb Franklin’s killer, Corey, yells that he didn’t do anything wrong.
It can’t be enough, however, as Seb’s mother, Abi, follows him with a broken bottle.
Will she kill him in the episodes dark week?
When is Coronation Street next week?
Next week, Corrie’s schedule was postponed for a special week of late night episodes.
Instead of the usual episodes of Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m., the soap moves into prime time.
But a one-hour special will now be broadcast on Monday at 9 p.m.
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A half-hour edition will follow on Tuesday at 9 p.m. and there will be no episode on Wednesday.
Coronation Street will then return on Thursday at 9 p.m. for another 30-minute edition.
However, the week ends on Friday with a 30-minute Corrie at 9 p.m. showing the explosive consequences.
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