As always, there’s more drama to come for the residents of Weatherfield next week. Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) learns a horrifying truth about the transplant he underwent last year, launching a new storyline as he seeks revenge. Elsewhere, did Summer Spellman (Harriet Bibby) find romance in an unlikely setting?
Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) is still struggling with intimacy issues with his wife Sally (Sally Dynevor), and Abi Webster (Sally Carman) decides to do something about the sneaky moves of Imran Habeeb (Charlie de Melo ). Plus, are Fiz Stape (Jennie McAlpine) and Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) about to revive something that was once so special?
Here’s what’s coming down Coronation Street between May 9 to 13, 2022.
6 Coronation Street spoilers for next week
1. Peter Seeks Revenge
After Aggie Bailey’s (Lorna Laidlaw) new boss, Mr. Thorne, told a colleague he rushed Peter’s operation to win a bet, he was reported. Next week, Peter and his wife Carla (Alison King) discover this shocking fact. Peter is furious and demands an apology, but it’s not enough for him, as she plans to put an end to Thorne’s abuse of power.
Unfortunately, as the man shows his true colors, he winds Peter up to the point where he goes on a rampage and is quickly arrested and charged with assault. Later, the surgeon makes a deal with Peter – he will drop the charges if Peter drops his complaint to the hospital. But Carla has already tried to make amends with Thorne, who invites her to dinner. When Peter finds out, the vendetta resumes as he prepares to destroy Thorne…
2. The summer of love?
When Summer recently sought help for her eating disorder, she met a boy named Aaron at a diabetes support group. She begins to develop feelings for him, just as former flame Aadi Alahan (Adam Hussain) wants them to take another shot at their relationship. Summer confides that she loves someone else and later opens up to Aaron about her battle with bulimia.
Aaron is surprised, and although he tells her that there is no judgment on her part, he thinks they shouldn’t see each other outside of the group. Summer’s insecurities resurface as a result, as she stares at her reflection at home, hating herself. Can she overcome this new setback, and will Aaron change his mind?
3. Abi turns the tables
Imran happily holds a christening ceremony for his baby son Alfie, telling his wife Toyah (Georgia Taylor) that Abi won’t be in attendance. But as she continues to fight to be with her boy in the wake of winning custody of Imran, Abi takes action against her underhanded ways with her associate Ben. First, she films Ben buying drugs, although he spots her.
Abi then gives the man an ultimatum, saying he must admit that Imran paid him to lie or she will share the incriminating video with Ben’s boss and the police. What will Ben do next, and will it impact Abi’s future as she hopes to be Alfie’s mother?
4. Will Fiz and Tyrone reunite?
While Fiz now lives away from the streets with current beau Phill Whittaker (Jamie Kenna), she continues to work at the factory. Next week, her ex Tyrone offers to drive her home, and Fiz is touched. She reflects on how she never had to worry about commuting when she lived across the road.
As Tyrone pulls up outside Fiz’s new home, she invites him inside for a visit. With viewers aware that Ty still has lingering feelings for Fiz, is it possible she secretly feels the same way? The pair play a good number that they both evolved on, but did they really? Has that old spark between them been rekindled since they put aside their differences?
5. Tim avoids his problems
Although Tim recently promised Sally that he would see a doctor due to his difficulty being intimate with her since recovering from heart surgery, Tim is not honest with her. As she offers to go with her to the date, Tim insists that he would rather go alone. Kirk Sutherland (Andy Whyment) spots him outside the medical center, but Tim rushes over.
Tim later lies to Sally that the doctor said her condition was nothing to worry about and that it was perfectly normal after major surgery. But how long can Tim keep pretending? Will he finally face the problem or will he continue to bury his head in the sand?
6. Kirk Takes Credit
The adorable Kirk surprised his friends recently when he landed a lucrative order for the factory. As a result, Carla offered him a bigger role, and in later scenes, Sarah Barlow (Tina O’Brien) tells Kirk that all he has to do is answer the phone now.
When Jacob Hay (Jack James Ryan) answers the phone posing as Kirk, he effectively takes an order, and Sarah later tells Carla that Kirk has given them a huge order from a usually tricky customer. This leaves Jacob without the credit he deserves. But when Sarah asks Kirk to work some of his sales magic on Mr. Needham, is Kirk’s time up?
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