A sad ending, two big returns and family tragedy: 8 massive Coronation Street Christmas spoilers

End of 2023 will see three of Corrie’s ladies in the center of an epic story. (Image: ITV)

A prominent soap star will leave the show under tragic circumstances, and two important cast members will return and bring significant difficulty with them. Coronation Street has revealed the details of its dramatic Christmas storylines.

A number of the main families on the soap opera are dealing with severe difficulties on top of these upheavals, which also include the introduction of a significant new figure into Carla Connor’s (Alison King) life.

Following Ed’s (Trevor Michael Georges) repeated and disastrous errors, the Bailey family endures the most dismal of Yuletides, while the Winter-Brown clan does all in their power to make the most of their terrible circumstances.

As everyone is aware, Lucy Fallon is back as Bethany Platt, while Ciaran Griffiths portrays the evil Damon Hay, who causes equal turmoil in the lives of Sarah, Bethany’s mother (Tina O’Brien).

However, the greatest return of all isn’t human.

“As Christmas approaches, Jenny and Daisy are determined to raise the funds to buy back the pub,” a Corrie spokeswoman informed us.

It doesn’t feel very festive, even if it looks like it! (Image: ITV)

Will they be able to safeguard the survival of the popular drinking spot on the street by using drastic measures?

They went on: “Daniel has abandoned Daisy, and her own future is also uncertain as a result of her affair with Ryan being made public.” Daisy is holding out hope for a reunion and won’t give up. This Christmas, will they be sharing another kiss under the mistletoe?

What else, however, is falling? Carla and Peter Barlow’s (Chris Gascoyne) well-liked romance ends horribly.

“Peter bids farewell to Weatherfield in what’s both heartwarming and heartbreaking Christmas for Carla,” the Corrie spokesman said.

“Since killing Stephen, Peter has been facing his past demons and becoming more and more drawn to alcohol as he battles Carla’s unwavering determination to turn the factory around.”

“Will Carla’s marriage suffer as a result, or can they focus on their future together?”

Daisy’s only Christmas grin will be this one (Picture: ITV)
In 2024, Sarah will have to balance the interests of two men (Picture: ITV).

Giving away even more Christmas spoilers, they continued, saying, “Ed finds it difficult to control his urge to gamble again, and dad Sarge’s arrival doesn’t make him feel better about himself.” Ed hits a devastating new low as his old habit overcomes him, which will have an effect on the Bailey family’s Christmas celebrations.

With mom Bernie in jail, Emma and Paul are each dealing with their own heartbreak. Paul and Billy fight to make every moment matter since they know it could be Paul’s final Christmas, while Gemma struggles with her connections at home after being accused of being a bad parent.

But the families come together to make it a Christmas to remember, in typical Winter-Brown fashion.

But as 2023 draws to an end and the New Year arrives, it seems that the drama is just getting started for some.

Now that she’s back, she’s causing a lot of problems. (Image: ITV)

When Bethany Platt unexpectedly reappears on the street, viewers may anticipate explosions. Is her unexpected visit more than just a family reunion?

Sarah is devastated not just to get her kid back but also to see her ex-boyfriend Damon again. Reconciliation seems likely after a positive New Year’s Eve spent with her estranged husband, Adam.

However, just as Sarah is about to give up on her dreams, Damon reappears in her life, driven by his desire to exact vengeance on Adam and win back the woman of his life.

And whirlwind Bobby quickly throws Auntie Carla’s life into disarray when Rob Donovan’s kid knocks on her home. Is Bobby going to add to the mayhem on the cobbles, or is he just what she needs?

As 2024 gets began, relationships and families are in disarray, and everything is changing. It’s obvious that the next year may be even more dramatic than the previous one.

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