This week on Coronation Street in Canada – the series is back with six episodes a week as there will be two new episodes airing on Fridays again going forward. This week kicks off with Sarah returning home to find Adam packing his bag, while Alya promises Geoff that she’ll get to the bottom of Elaine’s disappearance.
Monday (September 14)
Sarah returns home to find Adam packing his bag. Mary, Sean and Billy stake out Victoria Garden waiting for Todd. A furious Seb calls at No. 13 looking for Abi.
Tuesday (September 15)
Johnny returns from France unannounced. Alone at No. 13, Abi knocks back a slug of morphine. Billy and Sean report Todd to the police as a missing person.
Wednesday (September 16)
Paul and Gemma show off their moves. Peter begs Abi to get some help. Sean confirms that Todd on now on the missing persons’ list.
Thursday (September 17)
Johnny does his best to win Jenny round. Daniel leaves numerous messages for Nicky. Alya confronts Geoff and promises to get to the bottom of Elaine’s disappearance.
Friday (September 18) – Part 1
Scott and Johnny discuss the crime they committed years ago. Billy scans the details of the body found in the river. Alya’s horrified when Geoff turns up for work at Speed Daal. Adam demands to know why Daniel is seeing a prostitute.
Friday (September 19) – Part 2
A stressed Dev looks at a pile of unpaid bills. Daniel apologizes to Ray for causing a scene at the bistro. Geoff tells Alya he’d like to buy her out of the business.
Coming up on Coronation Street during the week of September 21:
- Ryan is shocked at the state of the restaurant.
- Dev shows an estate agent round the kebab shop.
- Sally, Tim and Faye watch Geoff’s phone footage.
- A strange thing happens at David’s family barbeque.
- Leanne refuses to accept the severity of Oliver’s condition.
Coronation Street airs weekdays (with 2 episodes on Fridays) on CBC. Episodes will return to evenings, following the conclusion of the NHL playoffs. An omnibus edition also airs Sunday mornings. You can also catch up via the CBC Gem app and online at CBC.ca.