Coronation Street fans set for dramatic week ahead of Stephen Reid's 'downfall'
19.09.2023 - 10:53
Corrie fans will be on the edge of their seats as Jenny Connor will turn her thoughts to Teddy Thompkins and she's given some shocking news.
On the ITV soap next week Jenny is completely heartbroken after finding out about the murder of her ex-boyfriend Leo Thompkins - unaware that her new lover Stephen Reid is the murderer.
Fans of the soap have been keen for the businessman get his comeuppance after his original plan to fleece his own mother didn't work. However, he hasn't let this stop his plotting and scheming and he's instead turned to getting rid of those standing in his way, writes The Manchester Evening News.
He first turned to murder when Leo almost exposed his money-making scheme. Stephen pushed him to his death in a wheelie bin after they got into a tussle on the Underworld factory steps. A couple of months later, after he realised that his son wasn't in Canada and had started to do some digging, Stephen killed Leo's dad Teddy with a hole punch.
He then got rid of the body by bundling it into the roof box on Audrey's car before later dumping it in the canal. He then killed off businessman Rufus Donahue in his own pool and then nearly took the life of his now-ex, but then wife-to-be, Elaine Metcalfe.
Next week, the news of Leo's tragic death leaves Jenny wondering if she should pay Teddy a visit. Stephen, as expected, tries to quash the idea but Jenny confides in Glenda Shuttleworth that she’s worried about Teddy as he must be grief-stricken and it seems odd that he’s not been in touch regarding Leo’s funeral. Jenny calls at the police station and voices her concerns to Craig Tinker.
Stephen tries to distract Jenny saying that he wants to take her on holiday to Thailand to get away from everything. But when the
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