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Corrie’s Liz McDonald ‘HIT AND RUN’ in shocking Christmas storyline

Coronation Street: Christmas is set to be tough for Liz McDonald [ITV]

Coronation Street legend Liz MacDonald is reportedly in for a tough Christmas. 

Liz, played by Beverely Callard, has recently been at the centre of a revenge plot from ex-husband Jim and her supposed daughter Hannah. 

But her troubles are about to get a whole lot worse, when she’s deliberately struck by a car. 

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Liz is reportedly going to be hit by a car [ITV]

According to The Sun, Liz’s ex-lover Johnny Connor will be held responsible for the crime. 

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However, suspicions will soon arise that the real culprit may have been his jealous wife, Jenny. 

The shocking incident apparently then leads to a boycott of the Rovers Return until Johnny leaves. 

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It’s believed that the wrong culprit will be arrested [ITV]

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Will Liz find out the truth behind the incident? [ITV]

Coronation Street boss Iain MacLeod recently opened up about Christmas on the Cobbles, revealing that there’s going to be some shocks in store for viewers. 

“It’ll be a Christmassy Christmas,” he said.


“It’ll have some big, heart-breaking stories within that, it’ll have a big shock at the end and hopefully it’ll be a surprising payoff to those stories.”

Coronation Street: Sally looked on in disbelief as she came to terms with what was happening
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Sally Metcalfe’s prison ordeal looks set to continue into the New Year [ITV]

It comes following news that Sally Metcalfe is also in for one hell of a Christmas. 



“I don’t think she’s going to have a happy Christmas,” actress Sally  Dynevour told Inside Soap’s Yearbook 2019.

“She thinks she’ll be home, and it just breaks my heart to think that she might not be at home on Christmas Day. Prison food!”

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV. 




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