Wednesday, 25 May 2016

First-look pics: Callum's return haunts Platts and Carla leaves Corrie

ITV have released these pictures from the episode of Coronation Street to be shown on Thursday 26 May.

A devastated Carla Connor says a sad farewell to her father Johnny as she prepares to leave Coronation Street.

With her marriage in tatters before it has even begun and her friendship with Roy Cropper seemingly over, Carla has nothing left to keep her in Weatherfield.

Following her disastrous wedding day which saw her exposed as a cheat and ended in her accidently mowing down Roy’s girlfriend Cathy, Carla has packed her bags and is ready to go.

Will Roy forgive her before she finally leaves the cobbles behind for good?

Meanwhile, as the dust settles on Gail’s annexe following the crash, David ventures into the rubble to find out the extent of the damage.

His worst fears are realised when he comes across the exposed manhole and the stench of Callum’s rotting corpse hits him.

And when the cops come calling on the Platts it seems they finally have nowhere left to hide!

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Flo said...

I'm glad the wedding is over with, time to get down to some real business! I'm anxious to see how this all plays out. And then we need a "Platt break", please, please, can we focus on someone else?

C in Canada said...

I agree with Flo...this has been such a big lead up, I'm glad it's finally going to be over with soon!

Anonymous said...

Yes, we will have a Platt break and onto Barlow drama.

Shells said...

What Barlow drama? Without Deirdre and Peter, there are no dramatic Barlows except for Tracy, whom most of the posters here don't really want to see (I for one, like Tracy, but this story with Robert is tiresome).

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