Corrie is on fire this week, and it's all thanks to a great younger cast. Monday's flashback episode played out brilliantly, and it was great to see Seb back and actually up close and personal with Nina. Covid has restricted the actors from getting close, so to get another chance to show that night was very clever. I wonder if they had always planned on filming that fatal night months after the original airdate.
It was great to see Roy at the heart of Nina's story; what a wonderful pairing these two make.
The court scenes on Wednesday were just as gripping as Monday's flashback episodes and with so much of the past couple of years getting scrutinised, leaving nothing out. I can't wait to see tonight's episode.
CS had been outstanding up to last night. Abi Marple is going to bring Corey Down? The trial seemed to lose it's impact in Fridays double bill. It was a little like Carry on Corrie at the Undertakers with Todd and George.
Have enjoyed the trial etc and Corey hopefully finally getting his comeuppance. Think his father is even doubting him now.
I can’t stand Toyah, she’s just so insipid all the time and find her relationship with Imran so unbelievable. No chemistry there at all. Continuing to find the whole comedy funeral parlour thing sickening too. Have a bit of respect Corrie!
I'm behind with Corrie, some excellent stuff is happening and some horrible stuff just to keep a healthy balance. The traffic warden is confusing me. It's OK to park on Coronation Street. There are no restrictions - so why does he keep loitering around on that street?
I'm looking forward to next week's Super Soap week and the end of social distancing, so they can start having more realistic scenes.