Stephen’s actions once again result in a shock death on Coronation Street next week.
It’s all the killer spoilers you need for Coronation Street in the week of 16-20 January 2023.
Stephen murders again
A passing comment from Billy results in Teddy regaining his memories. And soon enough, he’s seen confronting Stephen and accusing him of having done something to Leo.
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With Teddy growing increasingly angry, Stephen suggests they continue their conversation in the factory. But when Teddy concludes that Stephen is guilty of murder and vows to report him to the police, Stephen whacks him over the head. Yes, that’s murder number two for the Street’s latest killer…
Has Paul killed Mike?
Once Mike unlocks the nursery door, he finds Summer unconscious. And when Esther arrives home, she demands to know what’s going on before calling an ambulance.
Mike spins a tale about how he detained Summer in the hope he could change her mind about the surrogacy plan. But once the teenager has been taken to a hospital, a concerned Aggie overhears Mike giving a false name for Summer, so she decides to contact Billy.
Later on, Todd and Paul are left horrified when they find Mike at Summer’s bedside. And when Mike tries to hurry out, the pair follow him back to his home where a confrontation ensues. Paul will be seen losing his temper and shoving Mike, who falls and hits his head on a plant pot. As Mike lies motionless, viewers will be left wondering whether Paul has accidentally killed him!
Daisy’s creepy deliveries
Daisy is receiving unwanted bouquets from Justin, and when he ignores her requests to be left alone, she goes on to social media to warn other women about the DJ.
But when the person who she’s posted about calls at the Rovers and demands that Daisy take down her damaging messages, the barmaid realises that she’s targeted the wrong person and actually has no idea who Justin really is.
Fiz discovers Hope’s Stape-related secret
When Sam finds Hope in the café listening to her John Stape cassette, she explains that by listening to her Dad’s voice, she hopes to get to know him better. But there’s devastation ahead for Hope when, once back home, the tape unspools.
Tyrone subsequently manages to fix it, but when he presses play, he and Fiz are left slack-jawed with shock as John’s voice fills the room. Sam then explains Hope’s reasons for listening to the cassette, but how will the grown-ups in the room react?
Jacob’s departure is explained
When Jacob fails to show up for work, Leanne is furious, while a guilty Nick keeps his counsel.
Amy then reveals Jacob has left town after their break-up, which came about due to his drug dealing. Simon reckons Amy’s had a lucky escape, whereas Carla is surprised and dismayed in equal measure by the news that Jacob has fallen back into his old ways.
Damon turns the screw on Nick
Damon wants Nick and Leanne to come up with some new ideas to improve business. And while Leanne is won over, Nick can’t help but feel circumspect.
Later on, Ryan reveals that, according to his mate in Ibiza, Damon is a known drug dealer and once put a rival club owner in hospital. It’s news that leaves Nick fretting, and when he confronts Damon, he tells him that drugs won’t be allowed in the Bistro. But Damon makes it clear that Nick has no choice – unless he wants Leanne to find out where the cash injection came from…
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