Coronation Street: Stephen Reid commits second murder
Stephen Reid actor Todd Boyce has been pictured filming scenes where the murderous businessman hunts down his next victim on Coronation Street.
He has already killed Leo Thompkins (played by Joe Frost), Teddy Thompkins (Grant Burgin) and Rufus Donahue (Steven Meo) on the ITV soap.
Filming taking place shows Stephen riding in the back of Tim Metcalfe’s (Joe Duttine) taxi before he pulls over and flees the vehicle.
The killer then gets out, chases Tim and tracks him down to a remote area where a fight takes place.
A raging Stephen then wraps a cable around Tim’s neck as he gets the upper hand in the brawl.
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Will Tim escape Stephen’s grip or could he end up being the psychopath’s fourth victim?
A source told The Sun: “He thinks he’s unstoppable and has no problem killing anyone who gets in his way but has he finally met his match?
“These will be explosive scenes airing later this year and will change the cobbles forever.”
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Earlier this year, Coronation Street boss Iain Macleod hinted Stephen gets his comeuppance in the end.
He told the Loose Women panel: “It’s a soap, bad guys always get their comeuppance in the end, don’t they?”
“There’s a little way to go yet,” Iain added. “He’s going to get up to more mischief, to put it mildly, but yes, in the end, all bad guys meet their fate.”
Stephen recently tried to kill his fiance Elaine Jones (Paula Wilcox) in order to benefit from her life insurance policy.
He had been plotting to kill her after finding out she has a family history of heart problems.
The killer took out a secret life insurance policy on her before swapping her blood pressure medication with caffeine pills.
However, his plan failed when he was caught out, so Elaine’s life was luckily spared.
Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV.
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