Emma is distraught, David is blamed for the disaster, and ex-lovers reunite in Coronation Street spoilers.


Coronation Street fans can expect plenty of drama next week as residents turn on David Platt following the Halloween event disaster and Nina Lucas rekindles her romance with Asha Alahan

Coronation Street favourites Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher) and Asha Alahan (Tanisha Gorey) rekindle their romance in upcoming scenes.

Asha spots a homeless man named Stu Carpenter (Bill Fellows) wearing a Weatherfield County Backpack next week.

When he reveals he found it in the river, Asha is sure it is Corey Brent’s (Maximus Evans) from the night of the attack and chases him but he gets away.

Asha and Nina resolve to track down Stu, aware that this could be their only chance to prove Corey guilty once and for all.

Getting little joy from the police, Asha and Nina take a photo of Stu from the shop’s CCTV and show it to vicar Billy Mayhew (Daniel Brocklebank), who confirms he is a regular at the soup kitchen.

Offering to help out at the soup kitchen in the hope of finding Stu neither of the girls spot that he has heard every word.

Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) offers to help Asha and Nina find Stu by introducing them to his friend Carol.

She suggests that they go and speak to some of the hopeless people by the riverbank but is furious when she sees them going through Stu’s belongings.

As Asha and Nina head home they spot Stu, Nina bites the bullet and tells Stu they need his help.

Nina explains to Stu how Corey’s backpack could prove he killed Seb. But Stu’s adamant he doesn’t want to get involved and hurries away leaving the girls bitterly disappointed.

Nina takes Asha’s hand and tells her she’s ready to give their relationship another go if she’s willing to have her back. Asha’s thrilled.

Elsewhere in Weatherfield, the residents reel from the traumatic events whilst Leo (Joe Frost) breaks the news to David Platt (Jack P Shepherd) that had they had the sinkhole repaired sooner, the catastrophe of the previous evening would never have happened.

As furious residents confront David over the sinkhole, he admits that had they had the repairs done sooner, none of it would have happened.

Also, Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell) fawns over Curtis Delamere (Sam Retford), impressed with the way he went to people’s aid and knew exactly what to do. Curtis enjoys the flattery.

When Curtis reveals that he’s agreed to do another shift at the hospital this evening, Emma worries. Brinkwire presents summary news.


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