Coronation Street spoilers – Major scheduling changes risk leaving fans confused; plus EastEnders & Emmerdale news

CORONATION Street fans will be left confused as more scheduling chaos will interrupt a week of episodes.

Fans of the ITV show can expect a schedule change later this month as it makes way for Britain’s Got Talent.

The long-running show has been airing in a new timeslot since March.

Later this month, the schedule changes again for one week only as the Britain’s Got Talent live semi-final shows return.

During the week commencing Monday, May 30, Coronation Street will air for 30 minutes every night from Monday to Friday in a 7.30pm timeslot.

Read our soap spoilers live blog below for the latest storylines & gossip…

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    Coronation Street spoilers: Phill pops the question to Fiz Stape as couple looks for fresh start

    In an upcoming episode of Coronation Street, Jamie Kenna’s Phill, explains to Fiz that she is the love of his life.

    Phill has been a popular character on the iconic soap since he joined. He has long been convinced that Fiz is the one for him.

    However, viewers are still unsure if Phill can be trusted, as they worry that he could be hiding something.

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    Mystery role: Corrie’s Michael Le Vell has played two characters on the show

    The iconic Coronation Street character, Kevin Webster, has been an ever-present in the show for some time now.

    But many may not know that the actor who plays him, Michael Le Vell, has actually played two different characters on the legendary soap.

    Vell originally appeared on the soap as the 15 year-old paperboy Neil Grimshaw.

    The actor is excited to celebrate his 40th year on the show in 2024, but given this revelation, perhaps it should be his 43rd year!

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    Stuart Highway breaks Rainie’s heart by revealing his true feelings about baby Roland

    For some time now, Stuart has been struggling with the birth of his child, suffering from symptoms of postnatal depression.

    In a scene set to air next week, the EastEnders character will leave Rainie Cross heartbroken as she uncovers the truth.

    Highway has been desperate to hide these feelings from Rainie, instead making it seem like he returned to drug use.

    Ultimately, Stuart will admit that he has no feelings toward the newborn baby, breaking Rainie’s heart.

    How will the devastated mother react?

    Read more here

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    Emmerdale fans astonished by Will’s miraculous recovery

    Having been the victim of a dramatic shooting last week, Will Taylor has somehow already recovered from his wounds.

    Will was shot by Gabby, as she believed him to be Jamie Tate coming back to haunt her.

    “Wounds and injuries seem to heal fast in Emmerdale. Didn’t Will get shot a couple of days ago?”, one disgruntled fan noted.

    “Billy bruise free from a recent shooing, Will walking like John Travolta after being shot less than a week ago. True life in Emmerdale”, a second fan highlighted.

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    EastEnders star has secret second career

    EastEnders star Aidan O’Callaghan has revealed his secret second career – and it’s worlds away from showbiz.

    The actor – who plays Lewis Butler in the BBC soap – has become a hit with fans since joining the soap as The Albert’s new bar manager earlier this year.

    However it was recently announced that Aidan would be at the centre of a major new plot that sees Lewis raping Ben Mitchell in a hard-hitting storyline.

    Soap bosses worked with charities to ensure the storyline is done accurately.

    And now it has been revealed that actor Aidan is more than just an actor.

    He has a very serious career behind the scenes for between his acting jobs.

    Aidan studied pharmacology at Trinity College Dublin and is now a qualified pharmacist.

    The star actively works in chemists between acting gigs – despite his huge success landing roles in EastEnders and The Witcher spin-off for Netflix.

    He told the Irish Examiner: “In secondary school, I joined a theatre company. We were involved in theatre classes. It was a hobby. 

    “Acting was very far from me: Cillian Murphy and Graham Norton were the only two people in the industry. I didn’t have it in my mind. 

    “I studied pharmacy. And then I did a master’s degree in the Royal College of Surgeons. I was going down that career. “

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    Coronation Street fans open-mouthed as they spot Beverley Callard’s ‘secret role’ 

    MAKING her first appearance in the cobbles in 1989, Liz McDonald became an iconic face in Weatherfield.

    But Coronation Street fans were stunned when they uncovered actress Beverley Callard‘s secret role in the ITV soap.

    Residents and viewers alike became accustomed to seeing Liz’s face behind the Rovers bar.

    In fact, the pub was her first workplace as she became a barmaid right after settling into the cobbles with her husband, ex-army sergeant Jim, and their two children, Steve and Andy.

    Throughout the decades until her very last appearance in 2020, Liz went through her fair share of drama, from divorcing Jim to standing by him after he had murdered Jez Quigley.

    She eventually let go of the Rovers, moving on and away to Spain to start afresh.

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    Actor Adam Fielding is unrecognisable now

    Kirin Kotecha made his first appearance in the ITV Dales in 2014 and was portrayed by two actors before his final exit in 2020.

    Six years after leaving Emmerdale and his role behind for Rish Shah, actor Adam Fielding is worlds away from the eponymous village.

    Many characters have come and gone whilst leaving an imprint on day-to-day life in the Dales – one of them being Kirin Kotecha.

    The businessman, who was thrown behind bars in 2020, was first introduced to viewers in August, 2014, after he was invited to stay at Victoria Cottage by his father Rakesh.

    Kirin was most notably known for his relationships with Belle Dingle and Vanessa Woodfield, with whom he shares a son named Johnny.

    He was originally portrayed by actor Adam Fielding who eventually left the Yorkshire-based program in 2016, leaving Rish Shah to take his place.

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    Coronation Street child star Joseph Aston welcomes baby daughter 

    Corrie star Joseph Acton – who appeared on the soap as a child – has welcomed this first child.

    The former actor, who is also the real life brother of Corrie star Sam Aston, and his partner Roxanne Brazington shared news of the new arrival via a sweet post on Instagram last week.

    In a post tagged on Joseph’s account, Roxanne wrote: “Hello baby daughter. Tilly Wren Aston. Born 26th April 2022 at 14.59pm weighing 7 pounds 13 oz. Welcome to the outside beautiful girl. 10 days old already #hellotilly #4thtrimester”

    The couple’s joyous news was met with messages of congratulations from their family – including Sam – and friends.

    Joseph is best known for playing Tommy Duckworth – the young grandson of Street icons Jack and Vera Duckworth.

    His baby news comes just a week after his brother Sam, who plays Chesney, revealed he and his wife Bryony had welcomed their second child.

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    Emmerdale fans in for a schedule shock

    Emmerdale fans can expect a schedule change later this month as it makes way for Britain’s Got Talent.

    The long-running show has been airing in a new timeslot since March,

    Later this month, the schedule changes again for one week only as the Britain’s Got Talent live semi-final shows return.

    During the week commencing Monday, May 30, Emmerdale returns to the earlier timeslot of 7pm.

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    Sally Dynevor drops huge hint she’ll QUIT 

    SALLY Dynevor has hinted she could leave Coronation Street after 36 years.

    The 58-year-old, who plays iconic character Sally Metcalfe, admitted she couldn’t commit to staying on the soap forever and would leave when the time was right.

    Sally explained: “As soon as I don’t enjoy my role any more, I’ll leave. I’m a firm believer in doing what makes you happy.

    “Who knows, I might get killed off – or Steven Spielberg might knock on the door. I don’t want to say I’ll be there for ever, because you don’t know what is around the corner.”

    Speaking to Prima magazine, the actress continued:  “I never imagined I’d play Sally for as long as I have. It was the ideal job when my kids were little as I live 20 minutes from the studio, so I was always home for bedtime.”

    It seems she has a little while longer on the Cobbles though, as she added: “But three decades on, I still enjoy it as much as when I started. From the cast and camera people to the make-up artists, we’ve grown up with one another and been there for life’s milestones – it’s like we’re a family.”

    Coronation street writer and TV legend dies at 71

    Kay Mellor, the TV writer behind hit shows Fat Friends, The Syndicate and Band of Gold, has died at the age of 71.

    Mellor also worked on Coronation Street and created the award-winning children’s drama Children’s Ward.

    She is survived by her husband, daughters TV presenter Yvonne and actress Gaynor Faye, and her four grandchildren.

    A spokesperson for her TV production company, Rollem Productions, said: “It is with profound sadness that we announce the untimely and sudden passing of our beloved friend, mentor and colleague Kay Mellor on Sunday 15th May.

    “We have lost a phenomenal talent and a true luminary. We ask that you please respect the privacy of the family and friends at this time.”

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