Corrie spoilers for next week – betrayal, heartbreak and an adoption plan
Coronation Street viewers will be in for heartbreak, betrayal and one resident’s dark side exposed next week – and it isn’t Nick Tilsley.
The aftermath of Amy Barlow’s shock teen pregnancy continues to rumble on next week as Tracy and Steve come up with an idea, but how will their daughter react?
Meanwhile everything goes wrong for Seb Franklin as he battles to adopt his siblings.
Not only does he lose his job, but he is forced to lie in court. This later prompts him to reveal a huge secret…
Tyrone Dobbs also makes a devastating discovery about his birth mother.
Here’s whats coming up on the cobbles next week…
Tracy and Steve’s adoption plan for Amy
Tracy Barlow and Steve McDonald plan to adopt 14-year-old daughter Amy’s baby after discovering her shock pregnancy.
The couple were left gobsmacked after finding out that Amy was pregnant.
Amy (Ella Mulvaney) will consider having an abortion and her parents will try to be supportive with whatever decision she chooses, despite her young age.
Next week, Steve (Simon Gregson) manages to calm down after initially going berserk following the pregnancy revelation and tells Amy that if she wants to cancel her termination and consider other options, he will support her.
Amy is very touched by her dad’s remarks and while Tracy (Kate Ford) is concerned, she concedes that Steve is right and that only Amy can make the final decision.
But Steve has another suggestion that will change life forever for their family and he tries to appeal to Tracy by saying that it is the best option for everyone involved.
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Tracy and Steve then sit Amy down and tell her that they are planning to raise her baby as their own. Will she accept their plan?
On Wednesday, Liz firmly warns Steve and Tracy that adopting Amy’s baby will be a much bigger commitment than they think it will be.
Speaking to one another later, Tracy and Steve blame themselves for Amy’s predicament and are aware that their own selfish actions may have helped this happen.
Seb ‘betrayed’ and risks losing adoption battle
Seb Franklin will feel as though the whole world is against him next week as he is betrayed to those closest to him .
Having been beaten up by Adam Barlow, Seb is sporting a black eye – not the best look for the twins’ adoption hearing.
Seb tries to appeal to Gary Windass’ good will as he explains that he doesn’t stand a chance in the hearing without a full-time job.
Sarah Platt, who is left feeling guilty after Seb tried to defend her after believing that Adam was assaulting her, tries to make amends by getting Adam to represent him in court for free.
Adam apologises to Seb for punching him and offers to represent him in court free of charge, leaving Seb delighted.
Actor Harry Visinoni says that the action gives his character Seb a "glimmer of hope".
Later, his mood dampens when Abi and Eileen call at the yard and try to talk him out of trying to adopt his siblings.
Seb is seething with rage over their interference and a row between them escalates. However neither party notices that Gary has arrived with a potential client, who is very unimpressed.
The client tells Gary that he will be taking his business elsewhere, resulting in an angry Gary firing Seb on the spot.
Seb is heartbroken and desperate, offering Sarah a shocking ultimatum.
At the twins’ hearing, Seb resorts to lying as he claims that he’s got a full time job and that Eileen is backing him.
However Abi reveals the truth and says that, while it breaks her heart, the twins should remain with their foster parents as Seb is lying about his situation.
Afterwards, Seb feels betrayed by everyone and lashes out at Gary for sacking him when he needed the job the most.
He then reveals that Sarah spent the night at Adam’s – how will Gary react?
Tyrone Dobbs’ heartbreaking discovery about mum
Tyrone Dobbs’ relationship with grandmother Evelyn could be fractured forever after she finally reveals the truth about his mum.
Tyrone (Alan Halsall) continues to behave frostily towards his grandmother after discovering that she is very close with her other grandson James.
And, to make matters worse, James drops a bombshell on Tyrone that leaves him reeling and entirely distrustful of his grandmother.
Evelyn, played by Maureen Lipman, notices that something is wrong.
When she gets ready to leave for her holiday with James, Tyrone tells James that she abandoned him as a baby, not his mum.
Evelyn realises that she has little choice but to tell Tyrone the truth about when really happened.
He is left heartbroken when Evelyn reveals that Tyrone’s mum Cassie was a drug addict who left him on the steps of a police station, believing at the time that it was the kindest thing for her to do.
Evelyn insists that she is so sorry about what happened and that she never stopped thinking about him.
Tyrone is left incredibly hurt and upset by the story – but how will he react to Evelyn?
It seems not too well, as a bitter Tyrone tells her to enjoy her holiday and to not bother coming back to Weatherfield.
Evelyn desperately tries to get Roy to speak to him.
Roy has a heart-to-heart with Tyrone and warns him against blocking Evelyn out.
Opening up about his own heartbreak following his mum Sylvia’s death, he reveals his own regrets about not having a proper relationship with her.
Will Tyrone listen to Roy’s advice?
Sarah and Adam’s secret ‘romp’ exposed
Gary Windass is furious after finding out about girlfriend Sarah Platt’s secret snog with solicitor and Weatherfield lothario Adam Barlow.
A frustrated Sarah was seduced by Adam during a late night drinking session following her irritation at Gary’s ineptness.
Not only has he been hiding his money issues from her, but Gary has been buying his son Zak a number of designer labels. When he went out for lunch with Nicola without telling her, it was the final straw.
So when Adam Barlow suggested a nightcap back at his flat Sarah accepted, keen to avoid Gary.
But when the pair get cosy on the sofa, things moved pretty fast for the pair…
After Seb’s bad adoption hearing, he lashes out at at Gary for sacking him when he needed the job the most.
He then reveals that Sarah spent the night at Adam’s – how will Gary react?
Peter reverts back to his ‘love rat’ ways
Peter Barlow and Abi Franklin will finally act upon their flirting next week as they enjoy a romp in his boat.
But it looks like the pair could be in for a very awkward moment as Carla Connor catches them out.
How will she react and will the factory boss be seething with jealousy?
Abi helps Peter out by taking a look at his boat engine. She agrees to fix it and is chuffed when he offers her a full time job working on the boat.
But Abi is in for heartache as she finds herself at odds with son Seb over the adoption battle for custody of the twins.
In court, she reveals that Seb is lying about being in full time employment and having the backing of Eileen.
Seb feels utterly betrayed and Abi is devastated at the effect it has had on her son.
Peter notices how upset Abi is later and takes her back to his boat where he comforts her.
But the atmosphere soon turns passionate and the pair end up kissing.
At the end of the week, Peter discovers Abi working on the boat and she tells him that she needs to keep busy in order to stay out of trouble.
She asks about his relationship with Carla and Peter insists that they are just friends, resulting in the pair kissing again.
Meanwhile, Carla is leaving the factory when she notices a light on in the boat and heads over to see what is happening. Is she about to interrupt an intimate moment?
Later, Peter spots Carla heading into the factory and tells Abi that it’s too cold to spend a night in the boat together.
He heads after Carla and the pair end up chatting about their relationship.
Peter leans in for a kiss… but how will she react?
- Paul shows his dark side
- Norris’ phone call brings bad news for Rita
- Adam leaves the cobbles for a change of scenery – much to Sarah’s relief
Shona suspicious of David and Nick’s behaviour
*Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV
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