When Billy hints that Callum may have physically threatened Sarah, Todd surmises that David acted to save her, but Billy refuses to indulge in such speculation. Todd calls on Sarah to quiz her about Callum, but he's thrown when Sarah asks if he believes in ghosts. Todd tells Jason he's sure that Sarah's hiding something about Callum's death, but when Jason's defeatist, Todd vows to get to the truth.
Antony Cotton will be treading the cobbles as Sean Tully in Coronation Street for at least another year. Ryan Thomas will film his own final scene in due course, but obviously shooting one last time with long-time co-star Antony Cotton made for an emotional environment at Corrie on Monday.
When Callum Logan's body was dug up in Coronation Street, a whole lot of trouble came with him - and poor Jason Grimshaw is soon dragged into the sorry mess with David having pointed the finger. Later, as they talk closely, Sarah admits that she saw the body and he asks who killed Callum.
The Platts are in a bad way in next week's Coronation Street as they are put under the spotlight following the discovery of Callum Logan's dead body. Fans will know that Kylie Platt killed the drug dealer after walking in on him attacking Sarah Platt, and then buried his body in the annexe that was being built for Gail.
Coronation Street's Aidan Connor is a tempting guy - so much so that Sinead Tinker could be about to lose Chesney Brown - after she tries to kiss her boss in a moment of vulnerability. When the two couples later end up sharing drinks together, Eva interrupts the small talk with the revelation that Sinead kissed Aidan, leaving Chesney crushed.
While Michelle makes it clear that nothing is going on with Will and that she loves Steve, she gives away her guilt when Amy starts to blackmail her. With Michelle having tried to convince Amy to go home to her mum, the scheming youngster says that if she is forced to go back, she will tell Steve all about Will.
As everyone prepares for the wedding, Johnny goes to extreme lengths to stop Tracy ruining Carla's big day.
It's safe to say that Tina O'Brien has totally wowed us in her latest Coronation Street storyline. Well, some viewers have noted that Sarah's diagnosis is very similar to EastEnders character Stacey Slater's. As Corrie's storyline came a few months later, some have accused of the soap of 'copying' 'Enders.
The classic Coronation Street characters arrived on the cobbles in 1997 as the family from hell. Fourteen years after joining the soap, Vicky announced she would be quitting her role as Janice Battersby in 2010. Georgia played Toyah between 1997 and 2003 when she left the Cobbles for a starring role in Casualty.
But Beverley has been put at ease knowing her job is safe for the foreseeable future after having a discussion with 'Coronation Street's producer Kieran Roberts at the leaving party of former producer Stuart Blackburn earlier this month. Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, she said: "I saw Kieran Roberts, my big boss, at Stuart Blackburn's leaving party. And he told me, 'You're here for ever, you know that, don't you?' I want to be - I'm really fulfilled, I'm loving it. I think they'll carry Liz out when she's 90 in a mini-skirt and high heels. My first day back at 'Corrie' was nerve-wracking."
A Doncaster actress and singer who has starred in Coronation Street will aim to impress Britain's Got Talent judges tonight. The mum-of-one appeared on Coronation Street as a beautician in 2008 and played another role as Izzy Armstrong's friend Mandy who enjoyed a steamy encounter with Kirk Sutherland on the cobbles.
The ITV soap opera was delayed following the first live semi-final of Britain's Got Talent and viewers were less than happy with the big delay. The soap began a very dramatic week last night, with Carla Connor and Nick Tilsley's wedding, as well as the discovery of Callum Logan's body.