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2018 was Coronation Street's fifty-ninth year.

Main characters

Ranking Character Played by Duration Number of Episodes Running total Previous year's ranking
1 Carla Connor Alison King Full year 164 1331 89
2 Johnny Connor Richard Hawley Full year 146 362 25
3 Peter Barlow Chris Gascoyne Full year 144 1457 18
4 Leanne Battersby Jane Danson Full year 140 2062 7
5 Michelle Connor Kym Marsh Full year 138 1526 1
6 Tim Metcalfe Joe Duttine Full year 137 647 27
7 Toyah Battersby Georgia Taylor Full year 136 886 2
8 Jenny Connor Sally Ann Matthews Full year 132 603 37
9 Kate Connor Faye Brookes Full year 130 377 14
9 Eileen Phelan/Grimshaw Sue Cleaver Full year except for November 130 2007 33
11 Liz McDonald Beverley Callard Full year 129 2327 15
11 Shona Ramsey Julia Goulding Full year 129 225 25
13 Tyrone Dobbs Alan Halsall Full year 127 1962 42
13 David Platt Jack P. Shepherd Full year 127 2392 21
15 Steve McDonald Simon Gregson Full year 123 3150 13
15 Daniel Osbourne Rob Mallard Full year 123 384 2
17 Sally Metcalfe Sally Dynevor Full year except for October 120 3214 23
18 Sarah Platt Tina O'Brien Full year 112 1885 4
19 Sophie Webster Brooke Vincent Full year except for August 108 1509 52
20 Tracy Barlow/McDonald Kate Ford Full year 107 2120 15
20 Robert Preston Tristan Gemmill Full year 107 407 12
22 Sinead Tinker Katie McGlynn Full year 105 493 8
23 Adam Barlow Samuel Robertson Full year 104 468 4
23 Imran Habeeb Charlie De Melo Full year 104 107 90
25 Rana Nazir Bhavna Limbachia Full year except for September and October 103 222 47
26 Gemma Winter Dolly-Rose Campbell Full year except for April 100 289 28
27 Roy Cropper David Neilson Full year 99 2113 39
28 Eva Price Catherine Tyldesley Until August 96 766 10
29 Gina Seddon Connie Hyde Full year 94 178 58
30 Alya Nazir Sair Khan Full year 92 389 31
31 Bethany Platt Lucy Fallon Full year except for August 91 744 15
31 Audrey Roberts Sue Nicholls Full year 91 3106 64
31 Beth Sutherland Lisa George Full year 91 648 40
31 Kevin Webster Michael Le Vell Full year 91 3024 36
35 Maria Connor Samia Longchambon Full year except for October 86 1597 45
35 Billy Mayhew Daniel Brocklebank Full year except for November 86 352 20
37 Ali Neeson James Burrows February to July and September to November 83 115 -
37 Fiz Stape Jennie McAlpine Full year except for February 83 2000 28
39 Mary Cole Patti Clare Full year 81 690 21
40 Dev Alahan Jimmi Harkishin Full year 80 1583 45
40 Kirk Sutherland Andrew Whyment Full year 80 1290 47
40 Gary Windass Mikey North Full year 80 866 24
43 Brian Packham Peter Gunn Full year 77 309 49
44 Abi Franklin Sally Carman January and from April 76 84 87
44 Gail Rodwell Helen Worth Full year 76 4255 56
46 Chesney Brown Sam Aston Full year except for May and June 75 1099 30
46 Seb Franklin Harry Visinoni Full year except for September 75 152 50
48 Ken Barlow William Roache Full year 74 4512 31
49 Craig Tinker Colson Smith Full year except for September 72 343 59
50 Cathy Matthews Melanie Hill Full year 71 297 56
51 Pat Phelan Connor McIntyre Until June 70 358 6
52 Yasmeen Nazir Shelley King Full year 67 296 55
53 Summer Spellman Matilda Freeman January to September 65 114 62
54 Rita Tanner Barbara Knox Full year except for January and February 64 3733 42
54 Sean Tully Antony Cotton Full year 64 1588 35
56 Ryan Connor Ryan Prescott May to July and from September 63 427 -
57 Simon Barlow Alex Bain Full year except for February 62 633 64
58 Angie Appleton Victoria Ekanoye Full year except for June and December 60 90 70
59 Zeedan Nazir Qasim Akhtar Until May 59 315 50
60 Aidan Connor Shayne Ward January to May and August 57 368 9
61 Ruby Dobbs Macy Alabi Full year 56 194 77
61 Hope Stape Isabella Flanagan Full year 56 251 77
63 Jude Appleton Paddy Wallace January to May and July to October 51 88 68
64 Emma Brooker Alexandra Mardell From April 46 46 -
65 Jack Webster Kyran Bowes Full year except for April and August 45 181 82
65 Faye Windass Ellie Leach Full year except for September and October 45 510 44
67 Nick Tilsley Ben Price From October 43 1843 52
68 Geoff Metcalfe Ian Bartholomew From March 42 42 -
69 Izzy Armstrong Cherylee Houston Full year 40 667 52
70 Amy Barlow Elle Mulvaney Full year 39 657 62
71 Nicola Rubinstein Nicola Thorp January to February and April to June 38 92 61
72 Rosie Webster Helen Flanagan Until June 36 1362 33
73 Max Turner Harry McDermott Full year except for January, June and November 35 426 70
74 Oliver Battersby Emmanuel & Jeremiah Cheetham Full year except for February and May 34 89 59
75 Evelyn Plummer Maureen Lipman From September 33 33 -
76 Paula Martin Stirling Gallacher From August 30 30 -
77 George Appleton Romeo Cheetham-Karcz Full year except for February, June and December 29 47 76
77 Lily Platt Brooke Malonie February to May, July to September and December 29 179 69
79 Jim McDonald Charles Lawson September to October 25 1167 -
79 Moira Pollock Louiza Patikas February to June, September and from November 25 55 70
81 Lewis Archer Nigel Havers June, August to October and December 23 181 -
82 Claudia Colby Rula Lenska July to November 22 56 -
83 Alex Warner Liam Bairstow Full year except for February and March 21 89 82
84 Liam Connor Charlie Wrenshall February, May, July, September and December 19 185 82
85 Joseph Brown William Flanagan January, March and August to October 18 139 82
86 Asha Alahan Tanisha Gorey February to April, August to September and from November 15 194 74
87 Anna Windass Debbie Rush January and May to June 14 1056 19
88 Harry Platt Freddie & Isaac Rhodes January to April and December 11 86 67
89 Aadi Alahan Zennon Ditchett August to September and from November 9 184 79
90 Luke Britton Dean Fagan Until January 7 293 37
91 Steph Britton Tisha Merry January to February 4 317 79
92 Paul Foreman Peter Ash May only 3 3 -
92 Martin Platt Sean Wilson March only 3 1642 -
94 Jake Windass Seth & Theo Wild and Bobby Bradshaw March, August and December 3 96 86

Production

Victoria Street expands

Victoria Street was expanded to include Weatherfield North Tram Station

The last block of episodes of Kieran Roberts's tenure were broadcast in January and February, bringing his twelve-year run as executive producer to an end. Roberts had left ITV the previous year and was not immediately replaced, leaving producer Kate Oates in sole charge of Coronation Street after Episode 9372.

Victoria Street doubled in size as the thoroughfare was expanded past the Victoria Court flats. The addition to the outdoor set, announced the previous May, had been planned since the move to MediaCityUK in 2014 [1]. The new street was introduced to viewers in a guided tour released on Coronation Street's social media accounts on 12th March, presented by Dolly-Rose Campbell [2], before it was officially unveiled to the press two days later. The extension was meant to represent an older part of Victoria Street, incorporating three-storey apartment buildings, warehouses, a fire escape, a new ginnel, and cobbles reclaimed from the Quay Street site [3]. For ease of filming, the road turned northwards at the far end, blocking off the top end of the set. Two new studios, numbered five and six, were opened behind the façade.

The centrepiece of the set extension was Victoria Gardens, a small urban natural space containing benches, a kids corner and an allotment area. A special mosaic-covered memorial bench sported a plaque paying tribute to Coronation Street super-fan Martyn Hett and all other victims of the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing. Victoria Gardens was the first part of the expansion to be seen, appearing in Episode 9436 on 20th April, with the rest appearing in the coming days.

Of the businesses operating in the area, the only one to feature within storylines was Speed Daal, Zeedan Nazir's new Pakistani street food restaurant situated in the basement of an old warehouse. The rest were simply frontages and were intended more as scenery than active workplaces. These included Weatherfield Snooker Hall, Tattoo'll Do Nicely, the Weatherfield Council Advice Centre, and the real-world establishments of Costa Coffee and the Co-Op. This was the first time that entire shopfronts had appeared on an ITV show as product placements [4]. Adjacent to them was the Weatherfield North Tram Station, which was used more frequently but still only a frontage. The platforms were not a part of the set, but were supposed to lie atop a viaduct next to the station entrance with only the perimeter built.

The entrance to Weatherfield Police Station, with a full reception area inside, was also constructed behind the Victoria Court flats. Despite its on-set location, this was meant as a separate hub, located an indeterminate distance away from Coronation Street.

Following the expansion, a new set tour was launched by Continuum Attractions, operator of the Quay Street tours in 2014 and 2015. Starting on 26th May, the guided tours took place on selected weekends when filming was not taking place and consisted of only the exterior set [5].

Resignation of Kate Oates

Under Kate Oates, Coronation Street's run of hard-hitting storylines continued. Two in particular tackled the subject of male mental health. In April, David Platt was sexually assaulted by fitness trainer Josh Tucker. Subsequent episodes saw David suffer in silence, before the suicide of neighbour Aidan Connor compelled him to speak up and confide in his family. Aidan's mental state had been subtly hinted at for months before he took his own life off-screen, having kept his torment private. The storylines were woven together in this way in order to stress the importance of seeking help [6]. The episode in which Johnny Connor found his son's body won writer Jonathan Harvey the Writers' Guild Award for Best Long Running TV series [7]. With the suicide storyline, Shayne Ward left the programme after three years, though he returned to record a video interview with Aidan ostensibly shot while the character was in hospital to donate a kidney to Carla Connor. The interview was played back in scenes shown in August.

In January, Pat Phelan claimed another two victims as Anna Windass was convicted of causing GBH based on evidence planted by Phelan, and Luke Britton was burned alive when Phelan shot his car's petrol tank in order to silence him. Dean Fagan had quit after four years playing Luke, but his exit was kept out of the papers in order to make Luke's death a shock to viewers [8]. Tisha Merry made a short return as Steph Britton to tie in with Luke's funeral.

Pat Phelan meets his end when Anna Windass ploughs a knife into his chest

Phelan's past finally caught up with him in March as the builder fell to his apparent death from a harbour in Whitehaven after a showdown with Eileen. Two episodes later, Phelan was revealed to be alive and recuperating at a bed and breakfast. His story reached a final end on Britain's Got Talent finals week, where Phelan attempted to snatch his grandson Zack Rubinstein at gunpoint and was ultimately stabbed to death by Anna Windass, newly released from prison. Debbie Rush had already left the programme by this point when the actress decided to move on having played Anna for ten years, but returned for two episodes to round off Anna's story and see her off to Durham [9]. Nicola Thorp, who played Phelan's daughter Nicola Rubinstein, also asked to be written out at the end of her one-year contract with the character leaving for Bristol with Zack [10].

Amid the praise the programme received for raising awareness of male mental health issues, the recent backlash over the dark subject matter intensified. In addition to the above-mentioned storylines, scenes highlighted include vicar Billy Mayhew taking heroin in St. Mary's Church [11], and Bethany Platt - working as a lap dancer at Tassels strip club - glassing a man in the face with a broken bottle [12], both of which aired on 28th February. In particular, celebrity fans Michael Parkinson [13], Fern Britton [14] and Martina Cole [15] complained that the show was too violent and called for a return to more light-hearted plots. Kate Oates addressed the criticisms while appearing on daytime TV promoting the suicide and rape storylines, arguing that, as a drama, the programme had to have something to say [16]. In a separate interview with the Radio Times, Oates accepted that the programme had become darker and stated her preference for comedy "within the darkness" rather than slapstick [17].

On 19th March, Oates confirmed that she was staying with Coronation Street until 2019 [18]. Just over a month later, ITV announced that the producer had quit the soap and would be standing down in June, to be replaced by Emmerdale producer Iain MacLeod [19]. Due to the timing of the announcement, the tabloids speculated that her departure was linked to the backlash over her dark storylines, but Oates confirmed that this was not the case [20].

Loose ends

The whereabouts of Norris Cole and Todd Grimshaw were addressed as it became clear that neither character would be returning to the programme in the near future. In April, Norris was revealed to be staying with Emily Bishop in Edinburgh, leaving Mary Taylor to run The Kabin in his stead. Malcolm Hebden was recovering from a heart attack and spent three months in an induced coma, though by December the actor had signed a new contract to return [21]. Todd, currently in hiding with Summer Spellman due to the sacking of actor Bruno Langley, was revealed to have punched a police officer and run off, thus enabling Summer to return without him.

Peter Barlow and Toyah Battersby's tenure as landlords of the Rovers Return ended after just one year in August. They had split up when Toyah attempted to pass off Eva Price and Aidan Connor's baby daughter Susie as their own, supposedly birthed by surrogate Jacqui Ainsworth, who had in fact miscarried. The storyline built up to Eva's exit as the character and her daughter reunited with Stella in France. Catherine Tyldesley had quit the programme after seven years in order to spend more time with her family [22].

Jenny and Johnny Connor become licensees of the Rovers Return

Meanwhile, Johnny and Jenny Connor bought the Rovers and introduced a bed and breakfast service, opening up new story opportunities there. This was followed by Carla Connor's successful bid to regain control of Underworld from Alya Nazir, solidyfing the Connors' central role in the programme. Carla ran the factory in a 50/50 partnership with Peter Barlow. Also on the Connor front, Michelle's 2008 baby swap storyline was revisited as her biological son Alex Neeson, in training to become a doctor, started work at the medical centre. The character was recast with James Burrows in the role and was generally known as "Ali" in order to distinguish him from Alex Warner. Ryan Connor also returned, now played Ryan Prescott.

Sean Wilson appeared in three episodes as Martin Platt as part of the male rape storyline, reprising his role after a 13 year absence. The opportunity came as the executives involved in his dismissal in 2005 had since moved on [23]. Still with Robyn, Martin was in the process of leaving the country to emigrate to New Zealand.

In June, Rosie Webster, Craig Tinker and Gemma Winter "appeared" on ITV lifestyle show This Morning where they were interviewed by hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, guest-starring as themselves, about their roles in busting a drug-smuggling operation. Rosie then left Weatherfield to work in Japan as an assistant on a TV game show. The character was being written out for six months to cover Helen Flanagan's maternity leave, though the actress stated that she was "unsure" when she would be back [24]. In October, Flanagan confirmed that she had no immediate plans to return [25].

Qasim Akhtar departed at the end of his contract, having played Zeedan Nazir for a year longer than the three he originally envisioned [26]. Zeedan's wife Rana had recently left him for a woman, Kate Connor. The storyline explored the effects of Rana coming out on her strict Muslim family.

A storyline aired in July saw Jack Webster contract sepsis after grazing his knee and Kevin make the difficult decision to have part of his son's leg amputated. Able-bodied actor Kyran Bowes wore a green bandage on his leg which was edited out in post-production by the VFX team on occasions where Jack's leg was seen [27].

August also saw Jake Windass gain a new head as Seth and Theo Wild were replaced by Bobby Bradshaw.

Death and new life

Iain MacLeod was the third producer in a row who worked on Emmerdale and Coronation Street back-to-back. MacLeod had also been story editor on Coronation Street from 2009 to 2014. Although the handover from Kate Oates occurred in June, MacLeod was not credited as producer until Episode 9636 on 12th December, making it difficult to attribute particular storylines or casting decisions to either one. However, there was a marked change in the programme's tone in the latter months of the year.

Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street's new "outspoken battleaxe"

Two characters who last appeared in 2010 received off-screen deaths. The first was Jackie Dobbs, whose passing led Tyrone to the discovery that she and Darren Dobbs weren't his true parents, and that his only surviving real family was his maternal grandmother Evelyn Plummer. Maureen Lipman joined the programme as Evelyn when producers sought an "outspoken battleaxe" character for the show [28]. Three months later, Roy Hudd's Archie Shuttleworth passed away leaving £80,000 to Audrey Roberts. This was part of a storyline involving con-man Lewis Archer, who had re-surfaced in June and rekindled his relationship with Audrey. Nigel Havers reprised Lewis for his third and final stint in the programme. Audrey's friend Claudia Colby, last seen in 2011, returned a month later, with Rula Lenska joining the main cast for the first time.

A bigger retconning of Coronation Street history was teased when Charles Lawson came back for another short stint as Jim McDonald, who was now out of prison. Returning to the street, Jim was accompanied by a young woman he claimed was his and Liz's dead daughter Katie, supposedly mixed up at birth with the baby they buried. However, "Katie" was quickly revealed to be Jim's girlfriend Hannah Gilmore, who was helping him scam Liz in a revenge plot. Lawson was originally meant to appear for a year, but the controversial storyline was altered in order to tie in with the actor's theatre commitments [29].

Two Barlow weddings took place a month apart, Daniel Osbourne and Sinead Tinker in September and Tracy Barlow and Steve McDonald in October. Daniel and Sinead's Pagan ceremony took place on the day Sinead was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Daniel's discovery of his wife's illness, and her decision not to undergo chemotherapy due to her pregnancy, was followed by a four-hander featuring only Daniel, Sinead, Peter, and Ken Barlow, plus two guest cast.

Other newcomers included Alexandra Mardell as dizzy hairdresser Emma Brooker, Ian Bartholomew as hospital DJ Geoff Metcalfe, father of Tim, and Stirling Gallacher as solicitor Paula Martin, who became Sophie Webster's first significantly older girlfriend. Peter Ash appeared in three episodes as David Platt's cellmate Paul Foreman, while Ben Price made a return as Nick Tilsley in October after a year away from the soap. By the end of the year, Nick had replaced Peter Barlow as Carla's partner at Underworld. Lastly, Fiz Stape was written out temporarily when Jennie McAlpine went on maternity leave. She was explained as going away to Birmingham when misbehaving Hope Stape was referred to a specialist school there.

The episodes broadcast on 14th November featured a piano solo re-arrangement of Eric Spear's theme music as part of a promotion campaign for ITV's broadcast of the John Lewis 2018 Christmas advert starring Sir Elton John the following evening. Similar changes were made on other ITV mainstays airing on 14th and 15th November [30].

Viewing figures

Ratings chart for the year

From the figures for the week of 17th to 23rd September BARB introduced "four-screen viewing" which gave combined figures for TV, PC/laptop, tablet and smartphone. This change, made to reflect modern technologies, resulted in overall figures that were not as "rounded up" as in the past but in the case of the latter three methods of viewing, were far more precise.

Averaging 7.60 million viewers across the year, Coronation Streets ratings were down by 55k on 2017, a drop of only 0.7%, and still well up on 2014 to 2016. However, individual months saw greater shifts, with January to May up year-on-year and the later months down from between 100k-600k apiece, with the overall result being a negligible net loss.

Transmitting more episodes than in any previous year, Coronation Street equalled 2017's total of 11 number one chart placings, while no episodes fell outside the top twenty for the second year in a row. The most-watched episode of the year was Episode 9418, in which Eileen Phelan discovered the true extent of Pat's crimes. At 9.38m viewers, this was the programme's biggest audience since Hayley Cropper's death in 2014.

Episodes

# Ep.
No.
Date Part Writer Director Viewing
Figures
Chart
Position
1 9341 Monday 1st January David Isaac Brett Fallis 8,070,000 7
2 9342 Wednesday 3rd January 1 Jonathan Harvey Brett Fallis 8,430,000 4
3 9343 Wednesday 3rd January 2 Cameron McAllister Brett Fallis 7,850,000 8
4 9344 Thursday 4th January Cameron McAllister Brett Fallis 7,810,000 9
5 9345 Friday 5th January 1 Joe Turner Alan Grint 8,120,000 6
6 9346 Friday 5th January 2 Joe Turner Alan Grint 7,460,000 11
7 9347 Monday 8th January 1 Debbie Oates Alan Grint 8,655,000 2
8 9348 Monday 8th January 2 Debbie Oates Alan Grint 8,592,000 3
9 9349 Wednesday 10th January 1 Perrie Balthazar Neil Alderton 8,552,000 5
10 9350 Wednesday 10th January 2 Martin Allen Neil Alderton 7,810,000 10
11 9351 Friday 12th January 1 Simon Crowther Neil Alderton 8,390,000 6
12 9352 Friday 12th January 2 Simon Crowther Neil Alderton 8,370,000 7
13 9353 Monday 15th January 1 Julie Jones Durno Johnston 8,559,000 4
14 9354 Monday 15th January 2 Julie Jones Durno Johnston 8,340,000 6
15 9355 Wednesday 17th January 1 Ben Tagoe Durno Johnston 8,565,000 3
16 9356 Wednesday 17th January 2 John Kerr Durno Johnston 7,810,000 10
17 9357 Friday 19th January 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Matt Hilton 8,529,000 5
18 9358 Friday 19th January 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Matt Hilton 8,578,000 2
19 9359 Monday 22nd January 1 Chris Fewtrell Matt Hilton 8,681,000 2
20 9360 Monday 22nd January 2 Jan McVerry Matt Hilton 8,283,000 4
21 9361 Wednesday 24th January 1 Susan Oudot Judith Dine 8,468,000 3
22 9362 Wednesday 24th January 2 Susan Oudot Judith Dine 7,910,000 8
23 9363 Friday 26th January 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Judith Dine 8,097,000 5
24 9364 Friday 26th January 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Judith Dine 7,770,000 9
25 9365 Monday 29th January 1 Chris Fewtrell Audrey Cooke 8,589,000 2
26 9366 Monday 29th January 2 Chris Fewtrell Audrey Cooke 8,458,000 3
27 9367 Wednesday 31st January 1 Ella Greenhill Audrey Cooke 8,395,000 4
28 9368 Wednesday 31st January 2 John Kerr Audrey Cooke 7,800,000 9
29 9369 Friday 2nd February 1 Simon Crowther Tim Dowd 8,218,000 6
30 9370 Friday 2nd February 2 Simon Crowther Tim Dowd 8,281,000 5
31 9371 Monday 5th February 1 David Isaac Tim Dowd 8,620,000 2
32 9372 Monday 5th February 2 Perrie Balthazar Tim Dowd 8,350,000 4
33 9373 Wednesday 7th February 1 Jayne Hollinson Nickie Lister 8,305,000 5
34 9374 Wednesday 7th February 2 Martin Allen Nickie Lister 7,090,000 16
35 9375 Friday 9th February 1 Joe Turner Nickie Lister 8,235,000 6
36 9376 Friday 9th February 2 Joe Turner Nickie Lister 8,419,000 3
37 9377 Monday 12th February 1 Cameron McAllister Diana Patrick 8,388,000 2
38 9378 Monday 12th February 2 Mark Wadlow Diana Patrick 8,361,000 3
39 9379 Wednesday 14th February 1 Julie Jones Diana Patrick 8,041,000 5
40 9380 Wednesday 14th February 2 Julie Jones Diana Patrick 7,830,000 7
41 9381 Friday 16th February 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Sean Healy 8,115,000 4
42 9382 Friday 16th February 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Sean Healy 8,008,000 6
43 9383 Monday 19th February 1 Carmel Morgan Sean Healy 8,360,000 3
44 9384 Monday 19th February 2 Mark Burt Sean Healy 7,800,000 6
45 9385 Wednesday 21st February Mark Burt Gill Wilkinson 8,290,000 4
46 9386 Thursday 22nd February David Isaac Gill Wilkinson 7,010,000 12
47 9387 Friday 23rd February 1 John Kerr Gill Wilkinson 7,920,000 5
48 9388 Friday 23rd February 2 Mark Wadlow Gill Wilkinson 7,510,000 7
49 9389 Monday 26th February 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Brett Fallis 8,531,000 5
50 9390 Monday 26th February 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Brett Fallis 8,150,000 7
51 9391 Wednesday 28th February 1 Ellen Taylor Brett Fallis 8,664,000 3
52 9392 Wednesday 28th February 2 Ellen Taylor Brett Fallis 7,180,000 14
53 9393 Friday 2nd March 1 Susan Oudot David Kester 8,608,000 4
54 9394 Friday 2nd March 2 Julie Jones David Kester 8,179,000 6
55 9395 Monday 5th March 1 Cameron McAllister David Kester 8,090,000 4
56 9396 Monday 5th March 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox David Kester 8,200,000 3
57 9397 Wednesday 7th March 1 Simon Crowther Jordan Hogg 8,210,000 2
58 9398 Wednesday 7th March 2 Simon Crowther Jordan Hogg 7,670,000 6
59 9399 Friday 9th March 1 Martin Allen Jordan Hogg 7,430,000 8
60 9400 Friday 9th March 2 Carmel Morgan Jordan Hogg 7,470,000 7
61 9401 Monday 12th March 1 Chris Fewtrell David Moor 8,032,000 3
62 9402 Monday 12th March 2 Chris Fewtrell David Moor 7,881,000 5
63 9403 Wednesday 14th March 1 Joe Turner David Moor 8,073,000 2
64 9404 Wednesday 14th March 2 Joe Turner David Moor 7,010,000 7
65 9405 Friday 16th March 1 Jonathan Harvey Vicky Thomas 7,730,000 6
66 9406 Friday 16th March 2 Jonathan Harvey Vicky Thomas 7,905,000 4
67 9407 Monday 19th March 1 Jan McVerry Vicky Thomas 8,459,000 2
68 9408 Monday 19th March 2 Jan McVerry Vicky Thomas 8,466,000 1
69 9409 Wednesday 21st March 1 Susan Oudot Judith Dine 8,150,000 3
70 9410 Wednesday 21st March 2 Carmel Morgan Judith Dine 7,486,000 5
71 9411 Thursday 22nd March David Isaac Judith Dine 7,891,000 4
72 9412 Monday 26th March 1 Chris Fewtrell Judith Dine 8,490,000 5
73 9413 Monday 26th March 2 Chris Fewtrell Judith Dine 8,790,000 3
74 9414 Wednesday 28th March 1 John Kerr Tony Prescott 8,120,000 7
75 9415 Wednesday 28th March 2 Mark Wadlow Tony Prescott 7,900,000 8
76 9416 Thursday 29th March Cameron McAllister Tony Prescott 8,160,000 6
77 9417 Friday 30th March 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tony Prescott 8,520,000 4
78 9418 Friday 30th March 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tony Prescott 9,380,000 1
79 9419 Monday 2nd April 1 Perrie Balthazar Audrey Cooke 8,808,000 2
80 9420 Monday 2nd April 2 Ella Greenhill Audrey Cooke 8,859,000 1
81 9421 Wednesday 4th April 1 Joe Turner Audrey Cooke 8,678,000 3
82 9422 Wednesday 4th April 2 Joe Turner Audrey Cooke 8,164,000 4
83 9423 Friday 6th April 1 Simon Crowther Alan Grint 8,061,000 5
84 9424 Friday 6th April 2 Simon Crowther Alan Grint 7,920,000 7
85 9425 Monday 9th April 1 Jan McVerry Alan Grint 8,455,000 3
86 9426 Monday 9th April 2 Jonathan Harvey Alan Grint 8,489,000 2
87 9427 Wednesday 11th April 1 Jayne Hollinson Tessa Hoffe 8,022,000 4
88 9428 Wednesday 11th April 2 Mark Burt Tessa Hoffe 7,770,000 6
89 9429 Friday 13th April 1 Julie Jones Tessa Hoffe 7,740,000 7
90 9430 Friday 13th April 2 Martin Allen Tessa Hoffe 7,808,000 5
91 9431 Monday 16th April 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Simon Ferguson 8,074,000 2
92 9432 Monday 16th April 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Simon Ferguson 7,710,000 3
93 9433 Wednesday 18th April 1 Debbie Oates Simon Ferguson 7,728,000 5
94 9434 Wednesday 18th April 2 Debbie Oates Simon Ferguson 7,110,000 7
95 9435 Friday 20th April 1 Cameron McAlister Abe Juckes 7,430,000 6
96 9436 Friday 20th April 2 Ella Greenhill Abe Juckes 7,751,000 4
97 9437 Monday 23rd April 1 Chris Fewtrell Abe Juckes 8,089,000 2
98 9438 Monday 23rd April 2 Jan McVerry Abe Juckes 7,831,000 4
99 9439 Wednesday 25th April 1 Mark Burt Abe Juckes 8,016,000 3
100 9440 Wednesday 25th April 2 Mark Burt Abe Juckes 7,280,000 7
101 9441 Friday 27th April 1 David Isaac Suri Krishnamma 7,600,000 6
102 9442 Friday 27th April 2 David Isaac Suri Krishnamma 7,710,000 5
103 9443 Monday 30th April 1 Ellen Taylor Suri Krishnamma 8,059,000 2
104 9444 Monday 30th April 2 Ellen Taylor Suri Krishnamma 8,014,000 3
105 9445 Wednesday 2nd May 1 Simon Crowther Peter Rose 7,512,000 4
106 9446 Wednesday 2nd May 2 Simon Crowther Peter Rose 7,010,000 7
107 9447 Friday 4th May 1 Susan Oudot Peter Rose 7,414,000 5
108 9448 Friday 4th May 2 Susan Oudot Peter Rose 7,260,000 6
109 9449 Monday 7th May 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Peter Rose 7,620,000 6
110 9450 Monday 7th May 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Peter Rose 7,769,000 5
111 9451 Wednesday 9th May Jonathan Harvey David Kester 8,555,000 2
112 9453 Friday 11th May 1 Carmel Morgan David Kester 8,010,000 3
113 9454 Friday 11th May 2 Jayne Hollinson David Kester 7,907,000 4
114 9455 Monday 14th May 1 Joe Turner Jordan Hogg 7,781,000 5
115 9456 Monday 14th May 2 Joe Turner Jordan Hogg 7,896,000 3
116 9457 Wednesday 16th May 1 Julie Jones Jordan Hogg 7,804,000 4
117 9458 Wednesday 16th May 2 Julie Jones Jordan Hogg 7,260,000 8
118 9459 Friday 18th May 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort David Moor 7,170,000 9
119 9460 Friday 18th May 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort David Moor 7,510,000 6
120 9461 Monday 21st May Martin Allen
Mark Wadlow
David Moor 8,177,000 1
121 9463 Wednesday 23rd May 1 Jonathan Harvey Tony Prescott 7,895,000 3
122 9464 Wednesday 23rd May 2 Jonathan Harvey Tony Prescott 7,900,000 2
123 9465 Friday 25th May 1 David Isaac Tony Prescott 7,540,000 6
124 9466 Friday 25th May 2 Ella Greenhill Tony Prescott 7,762,000 5
125 9467 Monday 28th May Debbie Oates Audrey Cooke 8,750,000 3
126 9468 Tuesday 29th May Debbie Oates Audrey Cooke 8,672,000 5
127 9469 Wednesday 30th May Cameron McAllister Audrey Cooke 8,570,000 6
128 9470 Thursday 31st May Owen Lloyd-Fox Audrey Cooke 8,689,000 4
129 9471 Friday 1st June Owen Lloyd-Fox Audrey Cooke 9,159,000 2
130 9472 Monday 4th June 1 Simon Crowther John Anderson 8,389,000 1
131 9473 Monday 4th June 2 Mark Wadlow John Anderson 8,276,000 2
132 9474 Wednesday 6th June 1 Chris Fewtrell John Anderson 7,848,000 3
133 9475 Wednesday 6th June 2 Chris Fewtrell John Anderson 7,530,000 6
134 9476 Friday 8th June 1 Susan Oudot Ian Bevitt 7,695,000 5
135 9477 Friday 8th June 2 Susan Oudot Ian Bevitt 7,743,000 4
136 9478 Monday 11th June 1 Martin Allen Ian Bevitt 7,745,000 3
137 9479 Monday 11th June 2 Carmel Morgan Ian Bevitt 7,665,000 4
138 9480 Wednesday 13th June 1 Jayne Hollinson Michael Lacey 7,440,000 7
139 9481 Wednesday 13th June 2 Mark Burt Michael Lacey 7,470,000 6
140 9482 Friday 15th June Ellen Taylor Michael Lacey 7,120,000 9
141 9484 Tuesday 19th June Ian Kershaw
Damon Alexis-Rochefort
Alan Grint 7,600,000 7
142 9486 Thursday 21st June David Isaac Alan Grint 6,920,000 11
143 9488 Friday 22nd June Mark Burt Peter Rose 6,820,000 12
144 9490 Monday 25th June Susan Oudot Peter Rose 7,050,000 8
145 9492 Tuesday 26th June David Isaac Suri Krishnamma 6,780,000 11
146 9494 Friday 29th June 1 Joe Turner Suri Krishnamma 6,900,000 10
147 9495 Friday 29th June 2 Joe Turner Suri Krishnamma 6,960,000 9
148 9496 Monday 2nd July Ian Kershaw Duncan Foster 6,850,000 11
149 9498 Wednesday 4th July 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Duncan Foster 7,080,000 10
150 9499 Wednesday 4th July 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Duncan Foster 6,630,000 12
151 9500 Friday 6th July 1 Chris Fewtrell Abe Juckes 6,170,000 13
152 9501 Friday 6th July 2 Mark Wadlow Abe Juckes 5,890,000 14
153 9502 Monday 9th July 1 Jan McVerry Abe Juckes 7,670,000 6
154 9503 Monday 9th July 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Abe Juckes 7,390,000 7
155 9504 Tuesday 10th July Ella Greenhill
Martin Allen
Gill Wilkinson 6,520,000 10
156 9506 Friday 13th July 1 Julie Jones Gill Wilkinson 7,040,000 8
157 9507 Friday 13th July 2 Julie Jones Gill Wilkinson 7,030,000 9
158 9508 Monday 16th July 1 Simon Crowther Sasha Ransome 7,944,000 1
159 9509 Monday 16th July 2 Cameron McAllister Sasha Ransome 6,542,000 4
160 9510 Wednesday 18th July 1 Debbie Oates Sasha Ransome 7,407,000 3
161 9511 Wednesday 18th July 2 Debbie Oates Sasha Ransome 6,270,000 8
162 9512 Friday 20th July 1 Chris Fewtrell Tim Royle 7,529,000 2
163 9513 Friday 20th July 2 Julie Jones Tim Royle 6,489,000 5
164 9514 Monday 23rd July 1 David Isaac Tim Royle 7,638,000 2
165 9515 Monday 23rd July 2 Mark Burt Tim Royle 7,756,000 1
166 9516 Wednesday 25th July 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox John Anderson 7,141,000 4
167 9517 Wednesday 25th July 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox John Anderson 7,040,000 6
168 9518 Friday 27th July 1 Cameron McAllister John Anderson 7,371,000 3
169 9519 Friday 27th July 2 Ella Greenhill John Anderson 7,098,000 5
170 9520 Monday 30th July 1 Carmel Morgan Durno Johnston 7,253,000 2
171 9521 Monday 30th July 2 David Isaac Durno Johnston 7,447,000 1
172 9522 Wednesday 1st August 1 Jonathan Harvey Durno Johnston 7,124,000 3
173 9523 Wednesday 1st August 2 Simon Crowther Durno Johnston 6,948,000 4
174 9524 Friday 3rd August 1 Jan McVerry Ian Bevitt 6,862,000 5
175 9525 Friday 3rd August 2 Jayne Hollinson Ian Bevitt 6,730,000 6
176 9526 Monday 6th August 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Ian Bevitt 7,334,000 1
177 9527 Monday 6th August 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Ian Bevitt 7,177,000 3
178 9528 Wednesday 8th August 1 Susan Oudot Alan Wareing 7,288,000 2
179 9529 Wednesday 8th August 2 Ian Kershaw Alan Wareing 6,480,000 6
180 9530 Friday 10th August 1 Debbie Oates Alan Wareing 6,843,000 4
181 9531 Friday 10th August 2 Martin Allen Alan Wareing 6,684,000 5
182 9532 Monday 13th August 1 Joe Turner Sarah Kendell 7,122,000 3
183 9533 Monday 13th August 2 Joe Turner Sarah Kendell 7,196,000 2
184 9534 Wednesday 15th August 1 Ellen Taylor Sarah Kendell 7,236,000 1
185 9535 Wednesday 15th August 2 Ellen Taylor Sarah Kendell 6,730,000 7
186 9536 Friday 17th August 1 Debbie Oates Becky Wild 6,992,000 4
187 9537 Friday 17th August 2 Susan Oudot Suri Krishnamma 6,780,000 6
188 9538 Monday 20th August 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Suri Krishnamma 7,276,000 2
189 9539 Monday 20th August 2 Mark Wadlow Suri Krishnamma 6,890,000 7
190 9540 Wednesday 22nd August 1 David Isaac Tim O'Mara 7,112,000 4
191 9541 Wednesday 22nd August 2 Jonathan Harvey Tim O'Mara 6,990,000 6
192 9542 Friday 24th August 1 Ellen Taylor Tim O'Mara 7,181,000 3
193 9543 Friday 24th August 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tim O'Mara 7,060,000 5
194 9544 Monday 27th August Simon Crowther Duncan Foster 7,094,000 5
195 9546 Wednesday 29th August 1 Ella Greenhill Duncan Foster 7,090,000 6
196 9547 Wednesday 29th August 2 Sam Holdsworth Duncan Foster 6,820,000 8
197 9548 Friday 31st August 1 Martin Allen Gill Wilkinson 7,080,000 7
198 9549 Friday 31st August 2 Cameron McAllister Gill Wilkinson 6,770,000 9
199 9550 Monday 3rd September 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Gill Wilkinson 7,401,000 4
200 9551 Monday 3rd September 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Gill Wilkinson 7,160,000 6
201 9552 Wednesday 5th September 1 Jayne Hollinson Tim Finn 7,360,000 5
202 9553 Wednesday 5th September 2 Alasdair Morrison Tim Finn 6,760,000 8
203 9554 Friday 7th September 1 Julie Jones Tim Finn 6,910,000 7
204 9555 Friday 7th September 2 Mark Burt Tim Finn 6,750,000 9
205 9556 Monday 10th September 1 Joe Turner Mickey Jones 7,143,000 4
206 9557 Monday 10th September 2 Joe Turner Mickey Jones 6,958,000 5
207 9558 Wednesday 12th September 1 Chris Fewtrell Mickey Jones 7,226,000 3
208 9559 Wednesday 12th September 2 Chris Fewtrell Mickey Jones 6,860,000 7
209 9560 Friday 14th September 1 Sam Holdsworth Vicky Thomas 6,880,000 6
210 9561 Friday 14th September 2 Cameron McAllister Vicky Thomas 6,690,000 9
211 9562 Monday 17th September 1 Simon Crowther Vicky Thomas 7,536,429 4
212 9563 Monday 17th September 2 Simon Crowther Vicky Thomas 7,433,471 5
213 9564 Wednesday 19th September 1 Susan Oudot John Anderson 7,194,088 6
214 9565 Wednesday 19th September 2 Ian Kershaw John Anderson 6,527,171 12
215 9566 Friday 21st September 1 David Isaac John Anderson 7,144,655 7
216 9567 Friday 21st September 2 Mark Wadlow John Anderson 6,855,407 8
217 9568 Monday 24th September 1 Alasdair Morrison Ian Barber 7,665,849 4
218 9569 Monday 24th September 2 Mark Burt Ian Barber 7,372,644 8
219 9570 Wednesday 26th September 1 Chris Fewtrell Ian Barber 7,493,213 6
220 9571 Wednesday 26th September 2 Chris Fewtrell Ian Barber 6,631,143 11
221 9572 Friday 28th September 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Ian Bevitt 7,445,504 7
222 9573 Friday 28th September 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Ian Bevitt 6,906,465 9
223 9574 Monday 1st October 1 Carmel Morgan Ian Bevitt 7,798,436 5
224 9575 Monday 1st October 2 Jonathan Harvey Ian Bevitt 7,502,953 7
225 9576 Wednesday 3rd October 1 Ellen Taylor Alan Grint 7,509,123 6
226 9577 Wednesday 3rd October 2 Ella Greenhill Alan Grint 6,483,507 15
227 9578 Friday 5th October 1 Julie Jones Alan Grint 7,288,618 8
228 9579 Friday 5th October 2 Martin Allen Alan Grint 6,987,291 10
229 9580 Monday 8th October 1 Jayne Hollinson Peter Rose 7,885,276 7
230 9581 Monday 8th October 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Peter Rose 7,995,419 5
231 9582 Wednesday 10th October 1 Joe Turner Peter Rose 7,955,877 6
232 9583 Wednesday 10th October 2 Joe Turner Peter Rose 7,397,920 11
233 9584 Friday 12th October 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tim O'Mara 7,821,037 8
234 9585 Friday 12th October 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tim O'Mara 7,641,167 9
235 9586 Monday 15th October 1 Carmel Morgan Tim O'Mara 8,230,576 5
236 9587 Monday 15th October 2 Sam Holdsworth Tim O'Mara 7,874,656 6
237 9588 Wednesday 17th October 1 David Isaac Duncan Foster 7,827,394 7
238 9589 Wednesday 17th October 2 David Isaac Duncan Foster 7,122,773 12
239 9590 Friday 19th October 1 Susan Oudot Duncan Foster 7,715,749 8
240 9591 Friday 19th October 2 Ian Kershaw Duncan Foster 7,384,893 9
241 9592 Monday 22nd October 1 Julie Jones Michael Lacey 7,859,913 5
242 9593 Monday 22nd October 2 Mark Wadlow Michael Lacey 7,620,997 8
243 9594 Wednesday 24th October 1 Simon Crowther Michael Lacey 7,631,867 7
244 9595 Wednesday 24th October 2 Simon Crowther Michael Lacey 7,089,841 11
245 9596 Friday 26th October 1 Cameron McAllister Mickey Jones 7,677,418 6
246 9597 Friday 26th October 2 Alasdair Morrison Mickey Jones 7,450,632 9
247 9598 Monday 29th October 1 Chris Fewtrell Mickey Jones 7,967,736 4
248 9599 Monday 29th October 2 Chris Fewtrell Mickey Jones 7,609,977 8
249 9600 Wednesday 31st October 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Gill Wilkinson 7,912,571 5
250 9601 Wednesday 31st October 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Gill Wilkinson 7,357,314 9
251 9602 Friday 2nd November 1 Joe Turner Gill Wilkinson 7,691,138 7
252 9603 Friday 2nd November 2 Joe Turner Gill Wilkinson 7,286,508 10
253 9604 Monday 5th November 1 Mark Burt Tim Finn 7,926,375 3
254 9605 Monday 5th November 2 Mark Burt Tim Finn 7,616,044 7
255 9606 Wednesday 7th November 1 Jan McVerry Tim Finn 7,645,921 5
256 9607 Wednesday 7th November 2 Jan McVerry Tim Finn 6,874,214 12
257 9608 Friday 9th November 1 Sam Holdsworth Nic Phillips 7,778,119 4
258 9609 Friday 9th November 2 Sam Holdsworth Nic Phillips 7,389,903 9
259 9610 Monday 12th November 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Nic Phillips 7,683,267 5
260 9611 Monday 12th November 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Nic Phillips 7,553,701 7
261 9612 Wednesday 14th November 1 Jan McVerry John Anderson 7,641,934 6
262 9613 Wednesday 14th November 2 Carmel Morgan John Anderson 7,136,491 11
263 9614 Friday 16th November 1 Ella Greenhill John Anderson 6,983,463 12
264 9615 Friday 16th November 2 Ella Greenhill John Anderson 6,245,000 18
265 9616 Monday 19th November 1 Cameron McAllister John Anderson 7,871,315 11
266 9617 Monday 19th November 2 Cameron McAllister John Anderson 7,514,052 13
267 9618 Wednesday 21st November 1 Ian Kershaw Sean Healy 7,337,966 14
268 9619 Wednesday 21st November 2 Ian Kershaw Sean Healy 7,238,075 15
269 9620 Friday 23rd November 1 Chris Fewtrell Sean Healy 7,092,000 16
270 9621 Friday 23rd November 2 Chris Fewtrell Sean Healy 7,004,000 18
271 9622 Monday 26th November 1 David Isaac Abe Juckes 7,786,095 11
272 9623 Monday 26th November 2 Martin Allen Abe Juckes 8,021,526 10
273 9624 Wednesday 28th November 1 Susan Oudot Abe Juckes 7,643,543 12
274 9625 Wednesday 28th November 2 Susan Oudot Abe Juckes 7,006,000 17
275 9626 Friday 30th November 1 Joe Turner Matt Hilton 7,254,043 15
276 9627 Friday 30th November 2 Mark Wadlow Matt Hilton 7,069,000 16
277 9628 Monday 3rd December 1 Alasdair Morrison Matt Hilton 7,559,103 10
278 9629 Monday 3rd December 2 Alasdair Morrison Matt Hilton 7,491,706 11
279 9630 Wednesday 5th December 1 Julie Jones Matt Hilton 7,163,781 14
280 9631 Wednesday 5th December 2 Julie Jones Matt Hilton 6,508,000 18
281 9632 Friday 7th December 1 Ellen Taylor Karl Neilson 7,270,327 13
282 9633 Friday 7th December 2 Ellen Taylor Karl Neilson 6,953,000 16
283 9634 Monday 10th December 1 Jayne Hollinson Karl Neilson 7,494,957 7
284 9635 Monday 10th December 2 Steven Fay Karl Neilson 7,345,333 8
285 9636 Wednesday 12th December 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tim Royle 7,173,196 10
286 9637 Wednesday 12th December 2 Mark Wadlow Tim Royle 6,736,411 13
287 9638 Friday 14th December 1 Sam Holdsworth Tim Royle 7,314,928 9
288 9639 Friday 14th December 2 Alasdair Morrison Tim Royle 7,119,839 12
289 9640 Monday 17th December 1 Susan Oudot Michael Lacey 7,752,027 1
290 9641 Monday 17th December 2 Susan Oudot Michael Lacey 7,414,193 3
291 9642 Wednesday 19th December 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Michael Lacey 7,258,701 4
292 9643 Wednesday 19th December 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Michael Lacey 6,791,489 6
293 9644 Friday 21st December 1 Mark Burt Tessa Hoffe 7,430,621 2
294 9645 Friday 21st December 2 Jayne Hollinson Tessa Hoffe 7,005,321 5
295 9646 Monday 24th December David Isaac Tessa Hoffe 7,101,122 7
296 9648 Tuesday 25th December Julie Jones Neil Alderton 6,819,130 11
297 9650 Wednesday 26th December Martin Allen Neil Alderton 7,026,982 8
298 9651 Friday 28th December 1 Ella Greenhill Neil Alderton 7,630,331 4
299 9652 Friday 28th December 2 Chris Fewtrell Neil Alderton 7,578,879 5
300 9653 Monday 31st December Ellen Taylor Tony Prescott 7,402,606 11

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Awards and nominations

Royal Television Society Awards

British Soap Awards

TV Choice Awards

  • Best Soap: Coronation Street (Winner)
  • Best Soap Actor: Jack P. Shepherd (Nominee), Shayne Ward (Nominee)
  • Best Soap Actress: Lucy Fallon (Nominee), Catherine Tyldesley (Nominee)
  • Best Soap Newcomer: Ryan Clayton (Nominee)

Royal Television Society (North West) Awards

  • Best Performance in a Continuing Drama: Jack P. Shepherd (Winner), Sue Cleaver (Nominee)
  • Best Continuing Drama Storyline: The Rape of David Platt (Winner), Aidan Connor's Suicide (Nominee)

MIND Media Mental Health Awards

  • Best storyline in soaps and continual series: Aidan's suicide (Winner)

Radio Times Readers Awards

  • Best Soap: Coronation Street (Winner)

Writers’ Guild Awards

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