Coronation Street Preview: Week of March 4


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On Monday’s (March 4) double bill: The police question Carla. Tracy heads out on a mission. Sarah realizes Gary’s trying to rip David off. Kevin admits that he’s struggling for money. A police officer questions Amy. Tyrone questions Mary about the card. Peter’s suspicions are heightened. 

Tuesday (March 5): Bethany’s deeply concerned for Amy. Rana’s thrilled to have Kate back home. Steve and Tracy have an announcement.

Wednesday (March 6): Gina organizes a collection for Sally’s party. Gary surveys the damage for the factory roof. Kevin and Jack set off on their activity trip.

Thursday (March 7): Roy learns the horrifying truth. Sally’s party is cancelled. Lolly becomes a wedding problem solver.

Friday (March 8): Roy urges Carly to tell Abi the truth. Sinead worries that Daniel’s trying to do too much. Gina needs a break and plans to go away. Carla’s at her wit’s end regarding the factory roof. 

Coming up on Coronation Street during the week of March 11:

  • Shona is arrested.
  • Rita is fed up with Paul.
  • Kevin declares Gina’s innocence. 
  • David questions Gary and Sarah over some missing money.
  • David fears for Shona’s life.

Coronation Street airs weeknights on CBC, with an omnibus edition airing Sunday mornings. You can also catch up via the CBC App and online at


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