Cosy crimes and gritty sagas by Corrie Blog editor Glenda, published by Headline. Click pic below!

Sunday 12 June 2016

Preview of tonight's hour-long Coronation Street - Sunday 12 June

Sunday 12th June (One hour)
AMY’S CRY FOR HELP Over breakfast, Steve and Michelle continue to row. When Amy overhears Michelle telling Steve they need to talk but it’s difficult with her around, she becomes upset. Tracy finds Amy cuddling Eccles in the backyard. Amy reveals how unwanted she feels and reminds Tracy how she was always palming her off on Emily as child. Tracy storms into the pub and accuses Steve and Michelle of making Amy feel unwanted. While they argue, Amy runs away. Michelle finds Amy at the bus stop and persuades her to come home. Sick of all the fighting, is this the final straw for Michelle?
SEAN WANTS THE TRUTH FROM BILLY When Billy tries to apologise to Sean for bailing out on their lunch, Sean tells him he’s dumped and closes the door in his face. Billy’s shocked. Clearly upset, Sean confronts Todd and accuses him of having an affair with Billy. Todd explains he was only comforting Billy as he was upset after finding his brother unconscious in the ginnel. No longer able to deny it, Billy explains to Sean how his brother is a drug addict and, ashamed of all the lies he’s told, he tells Sean he deserves better and he’s right to end their relationship. Sean’s stunned. Billy calls at No.11 and confesses to Todd that he’s finished with Sean because he’s fallen for him.
LEANNE AND NICK GROW CLOSER Nick confides in Leanne how much he misses Carla. Leanne urges him to look to the future. Realising she’s right, Nick suggests they meet for lunch. In the bistro he knocks back the wine and causes a scene in front of the other diners. Robert begs Leanne to get him under control but Leanne refuses, pointing out Nick’s every right to be angry at the way Robert’s treated him.
ELSEWHERE Tim enlists Craig’s help to get the last batch of beer bottled and the conservatory tidied up before Sally returns from London. When Sally gets home she’s horrified to find her conservatory swimming in ale. When a beer keg explodes, soaking her new outfit, Sally turns on Tim ordering him to clear up the mess. Sophie cunningly suggests she should buy a summer house then Tim could use it for his brewing and she could get one up on Yasmeen. As the congregation file out of church, Marion introduces herself to Billy and asks him if he’d conduct Callum’s funeral. Kevin, Anna, Izzy and Gary agree to start afresh and enjoy a day out at the Red Rec.

The Little Book of Carla Connor
A Decade in the Life of a Soap Queen

An unofficial Coronation Street companion book

Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter

Download our free App | Visit

Please read our advice for leaving comments on the Coronation Street Blog

Creative Commons Licence All original work on the Coronation Street Blog is covered by a Creative Commons License


Anonymous said...

Can someone remind me, what did Sally go to London for? I don't recall anything being said about her going away. Although truth to tell, sometimes I glaze over these days.

Lily Bigfield said...

And why is Nick acting like a drunken fool at the Bistro - so cringeworthy. Wouldn't he at least mention the devastating events at the Platts'?
I am also fed up of the very contrived Billy crisis.
Might give myself a Corrie break for a while.

Anonymous said...

To answer the question about Sally,I think she went to London to visit Rosie.
I agree with the comments about Nick.
Although I'm disappointed in his lack of concern over his family,Nick was the same way when his mother was on trial for Joe Mcyntire's murder. Ironically he was more concerned about being Carla's partner in Underworlds and believed Tina's false accusation that Gail murdered her father.
Since he did get the Bistro through Tracy's blackmail,I wonder how can Robert can still call himself the owner with a straight face or at least offer Nick a partnership?He's no better than Tracy!

abbyk said...

I can't remember the last time I said anyone played a blinder, well, actually, I'm an American and we don't use that phrase, so I have never said it, but if I were to, I'd surely use it regarding Antony Cotton tonight. And what a pleasure using it would be. Well done, sir. Really felt for Sean in a way I never expected to.


You might also like...

Coronation Street Books for Fans