Coronation Street's David Platt to cut ties with Nick Tilsley after his big return

Coronation Street‘s Nick Tilsley will face a harsh rejection from his brother David when he returns to the cobbles.

Ben Price has reprised his role as Nick after more than a year away and his comeback episode will air this Friday (October 12).

Corrie bosses have now teased that Nick’s relationship with David will be one to watch in subsequent episodes, as they struggle to get their brotherly bond back to the way it was.

David has been through some traumatic experiences this year, as he was raped by Josh Tucker and later contemplated taking his own life when he suffered in silence. Viewers later saw him confide in his loved ones and realise how much he had to live for.

New Corrie spoilers for next week have now revealed that David will lash out at Nick for not being around to support him when he needed him the most.

“Nick is concerned and horrified when David hints at some of what he’s been going through,” the show teased on its official website.

“Later, David makes it clear that he wants nothing to do with Nick. Will the brothers be able to overcome their differences?”

Last week, Corrie confirmed that Nick’s unresolved feelings for Leanne Battersby will be responsible for bringing him back to the Street.

Jane Danson, who plays Leanne, has also previously teased that the former couple could end up getting back together.

“Ultimately Nick is the love of Leanne’s life – they’ve been through so much. They were teenage sweethearts and his mum, Gail, hates her. It’s always been like Romeo and Juliet,” Jane told the Daily Express.

“So I would love it if they could settle down for good. Sometimes people do end up happy on Coronation Street!”

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.

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