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2019 was Coronation Street's sixtieth year.

Main characters

Ranking Character Played by Duration Number of Episodes Running total Previous year's ranking
1 Gary Windass Mikey North Full year 140 1006 40
2 Sarah Platt Tina O'Brien Full year 139 2023 18
3 Nick Tilsley Ben Price Full year 132 1974 67
4 Gemma Winter Dolly-Rose Campbell Full year 129 418 26
5 Carla Connor Alison King Full year 123 1454 1
5 Sally Metcalfe Sally Dynevor Full year 123 3337 17
7 Shona Ramsey/Platt Julia Goulding Full year except for April 121 346 11
8 David Platt Jack P. Shepherd Full year 118 2508 13
9 Jenny Connor Sally Ann Matthews Full year 115 718 8
10 Michelle Connor Kym Marsh Until December 112 1638 5
11 Steve McDonald Simon Gregson Full year except for October 111 3261 15
12 Chesney Brown Sam Aston Full year 110 1209 46
13 Roy Cropper David Neilson Full year except for October 106 2219 27
13 Tim Metcalfe Joe Duttine Full year 106 753 6
15 Daniel Osbourne Rob Mallard Full year 105 489 15
16 Johnny Connor Richard Hawley Full year 103 465 2
17 Emma Brooker Alexandra Mardell Full year 101 147 64
18 Peter Barlow Chris Gascoyne Full year 100 1557 3
19 Robert Preston Tristan Gemmill Until December 98 505 20
20 Paul Foreman Peter Ash Full year except for August 94 97 92
20 Beth Sutherland Lisa George Full year except for August and December 94 742 31
22 Bethany Platt Lucy Fallon Full year 93 837 31
23 Sean Tully Antony Cotton Full year 92 1680 54
24 Tracy McDonald Kate Ford Full year except for November 91 2210 20
25 Maria Connor Samia Longchambon Full year except for May 90 1687 35
26 Ryan Connor Ryan Prescott Full year except for February and April 88 515 56
27 Adam Barlow Samuel Robertson Full year except for March and April 85 553 23
28 Yasmeen Nazir/Metcalfe Shelley King Full year 80 376 52
29 Tyrone Dobbs Alan Halsall Full year except for May 79 2041 13
30 Ken Barlow William Roache Full year except for February 78 4587 48
30 Mary Cole Patti Clare Full year 78 768 39
30 Billy Mayhew Daniel Brocklebank Full year 78 430 35
33 Evelyn Plummer Maureen Lipman Full year except for February 76 109 75
34 Seb Franklin Harry Visinoni Full year except for June and October 75 227 46
34 Imran Habeeb Charlie De Melo Full year 75 182 23
36 Sinead Tinker/Osbourne Katie McGlynn January to October and December 74 567 22
37 Leanne Battersby Jane Danson Full year 73 2136 4
37 Abi Franklin Sally Carman Full year 73 157 44
39 Ali Neeson James Burrows Full year except for January and February 72 187 37
39 Kirk Sutherland Andrew Whyment Full year except for June 72 1362 40
41 Alya Nazir Sair Khan Full year except for January and February 70 459 30
42 Gail Rodwell Helen Worth Full year except for August and September 68 4321 44
42 Rita Tanner Barbara Knox Full year 68 3801 54
44 Izzy Armstrong Cherylee Houston Full year except for May 67 734 69
44 Amy Barlow Elle Mulvaney Full year except for April and July 67 724 70
46 Eileen Grimshaw Sue Cleaver Full year except for November 66 2073 9
46 Bertie Osbourne Ellis Blain and Elias & Rufus Morgan-Smith Full year except for May 66 66 -
46 Kevin Webster Michael Le Vell Full year except for May 66 3088 31
49 Brian Packham Peter Gunn Full year 65 374 43
49 Audrey Roberts Sue Nicholls Full year except for April 65 3167 31
51 Geoff Metcalfe Ian Bartholomew Full year except for February 60 102 68
52 Craig Tinker Colson Smith Full year 57 400 49
53 Kate Connor Faye Brookes January to May and July to September 56 433 9
54 Cathy Matthews Melanie Hill Full year except for May 54 351 50
55 Toyah Battersby Georgia Taylor Full year 53 938 7
55 Claudia Colby Rula Lenska Full year except for May 53 109 82
55 Liz McDonald Beverley Callard Full year except for September and November 53 2380 11
58 Dev Alahan Jimmi Harkishin Full year except for March, July and November 52 1635 40
59 Michael Bailey Ryan Russell From June 49 49 -
60 Aggie Bailey Lorna Laidlaw From June 48 48 -
61 Ed Bailey Trevor Michael Georges June to September and from November 47 47 -
62 Paula Martin Stirling Gallacher January, May to October and from December 46 76 76
63 Sophie Webster Brooke Vincent January to March, May, July and September to October 45 1553 19
63 Bernie Winter Jane Hazlegrove From July 45 45 -
65 James Bailey Nathan Graham May to June and from August 42 42 -
66 Max Turner Harry McDermott Full year except for April 41 467 73
67 Ruby Dobbs Macy Alabi Full year except for May 39 233 61
68 Fiz Stape Jennie McAlpine From August 38 2038 37
69 Asha Alahan Tanisha Gorey Full year except for March, April and July 37 231 86
70 Lily Platt Brooke Malonie Full year except for April and July 33 212 77
71 Hope Stape Isabella Flanagan From August 32 283 61
72 Faye Windass Ellie Leach Full year except for February, May and June 30 540 65
73 Joseph Brown William Flanagan January to April and August to November 28 169 85
74 Alex Warner Liam Bairstow February to April, July to September and from November 26 115 83
75 Gina Seddon Connie Hyde Until April 25 203 29
76 Harry Platt Freddie & Isaac Rhodes Full year except for February, August and September 24 110 88
77 Simon Barlow Alex Bain January to April, June to July and November 21 654 57
77 Alina Pop Ruxandra Porojnicu April to May, July to August and December 21 21 -
79 Rana Habeeb Bhavna Limbachia Until May 20 242 25
80 Ray Crosby Mark Frost July, September and from November 17 17 -
80 Summer Spellman Matilda Freeman Full year except for June 17 131 53
82 Moira Pollock Louiza Patikas Full year except for June, October and December 15 70 79
83 Aadi Alahan Zennon Ditchett January to February, May to June and August to October 14 198 89
83 Nina Lucas Mollie Gallagher From November 14 14 -
83 Jack Webster Kyran Bowes February, June to July and October to November 14 195 65
86 Norris Cole Malcolm Hebden May to June, October and December 12 1632 -
87 Liam Connor Charlie Wrenshall January, June to August and from October 10 195 84
88 Jake Windass Bobby Bradshaw June and from September 9 105 94
89 Aled Winter-Brown Charlotte & James Holt and Arthur, Lily & Lucy Taylor From October 8 8 -
89 Bryn Winter-Brown Charlotte & James Holt and Arthur, Lily & Lucy Taylor From October 8 8 -
89 Carys Winter-Brown Charlotte & James Holt and Arthur, Lily & Lucy Taylor From October 8 8 -
92 Oliver Battersby Emmanuel & Jeremiah Cheetham February, June, August and November 7 96 74
92 Llio Winter-Brown Charlotte & James Holt and Arthur, Lily & Lucy Taylor From October 7 7 -
94 Kelly Neelan Millie Gibson June to July 5 5 -
94 Nicola Rubinstein Nicola Thorp January to February 5 97 71
94 Grace Vickers Kate Spencer From November 5 5 -
94 Debbie Webster Sue Devaney October only 5 39 -
98 Angie Appleton Victoria Ekanoye Until January 4 94 58
99 Jude Appleton Paddy Wallace January only 2 90 63
99 Fiona Middleton Angela Griffin August only 2 492 -
101 George Appleton Romeo Cheetham-Karcz Until January 1 48 77
101 Lewis Archer Nigel Havers Until January 1 182 81
101 Emily Bishop Eileen Derbyshire October only 1 3297 -

Production

Heroes and villains

Promotional image of Kate and Rana's wedding day that never was

2019 was the first year entirely produced by Iain MacLeod, who joined Coronation Street from Emmerdale in June 2018.

The programme's Friday doubles started being regularly combined into single episodes due to ITV making 8.30pm the slot for its two-hour dramas. This began in February with Vera and continued later in the year with Midsomer Murders, Foyle's War and Endeavour, although Coronation Street occupied its usual timeslots when those series were not airing.

Underworld's roof collapsed in a March stunt, killing Rana Habeeb on her wedding day. Bhavna Limbachia had decided to leave the programme having played Rana for three years [1]. Some in the LGBTQ+ community reacted negatively to Rana being killed off, citing it as an example of the "bury your gays" film and TV trope. Former Coronation Street writer Russell T. Davies was among those who criticized the programme [2]. However, Limbachia herself had asked for Rana to die, seeing it as the only fitting way to separate her and Kate Connor [3]. Limbachia made two further appearances as Rana, firstly in mobile phone footage shown at the character's memorial and the second in a vision of Carla Connor's. Sally Metcalfe was also injured in the collapse, but survived. Gina Seddon then left the street after mending a rift with her sister. Connie Hyde had quit after two years as Gina [4].

The factory explosion was part of a wider story in which a familiar character descended into villainy. The transformation was teased ahead of the storyline's airing, with the character in question seen tampering with the factory roof [5]. The six suspects teased by ITV were Seb Franklin, Gary Windass, Carla Connor, Peter Barlow, Nick Tilsley and Robert Preston [6]. Burdened with the guilt of letting the roof damage go unchecked, Carla suffered a psychotic episode in scenes airing as part of Britain's Got Talent week. In the same episode, Gary was revealed to the audience as the actual saboteur. After killing Rick Neelan in self-defence, Gary set himself up as a loan shark, selling repossessed furniture in the former Webster's Autocentre bodyshop.

Less than a year after being re-opened by Aidan Connor, Underworld was closed until December while the factory was rebuilt. In the meantime, Carla gave her 50% of the business away to her staff, who formed a workers' cooperative with Sarah and Nick as managers. Wayne Hayes, Roy and Hayley Cropper's former foster child, returned for a guest stint as a health and safety inspector investigating the roof collapse. During its rebuilding phase, Underworld operated from Jamila House and transitioned to selling their products by telemarketing rather than to clients. The rebuilt Underworld was an entirely new set, with a separate office for the factory's new sales arm. Gary Windass became their new landlord after buying the land and leasing it to Underworld, initially using Derek Milligan as a frontman.

A debtor of Gary's, Derek threatened his tormentor with a gun on Christmas Day and shot Shona Platt and Robert Preston, the latter fatally, before falling off a helter skelter and dying. This was the first death of a main character to take place on Christmas Day itself [7]. Robert's exit followed Tristan Gemmill's decision to leave Coronation Street after four years [8]. In his final weeks, Robert had become a father to Sonny Jefferies, son of Vicky with whom he was having an affair. His partner Michelle Connor left for Ireland two episodes later, as Kym Marsh quit after 13 years. Marsh told the press that she planned to return after experiencing new jobs outside of the soap [9]. The Viaduct Bistro was bought over by Ray Crosby, another villain who was built up over the preceding months as a powerful businessman and sex pest who silenced his victims with gagging orders.

A second Connor departure was aired in September when Kate left Weatherfield to go travelling, six months after Rana's death. Actress Faye Brookes resigned after playing Kate for four years [10].

A new family

Malcolm Hebden returned to filming in February, making his first appearance as Norris Cole since his 2017 heart attack. This was a guest spot designed to cut Norris's ties with Weatherfield, even though producers hoped to bring him back again [11]. The Kabin was sold to Brian Packham, while Norris ended his marriage to Mary in order to marry Freda Burgess.

The Baileys - James, Ed, Aggie and Michael

No.3 became home to a new family, the Baileys - Ed, Aggie and their grown sons Michael and James. Played by Trevor Michael Georges, Lorna Laidlaw, Ryan Russell and Nathan Graham, the Baileys were promoted as the Coronation Street's first black family [12]. Though strictly speaking there had been black families in the programme in the past, they were its first black nuclear family. Ed was a self-employed builder who took over the yard from Gary, employing Michael, with Aggie being a former nurse who worked at Roy's Rolls. James, youngest of the clan and the first to appear, was a closeted footballer for Weatherfield County FC, with his early storylines exploring homophobia in football.

After his send-off in June, Norris was seen in three more episodes. Two in October revolved around Ken Barlow's 80th birthday party, at which Emily Bishop made a surprise video call from Edinburgh to pass on her best wishes. The cameo was shot at MediaCity studios nearly four years after Eileen Derbyshire last appeared in the programme. Although Derbyshire's absence had gone well beyond the initial six months, earlier in the year Iain MacLeod had said the producers were in regular talks with the actress and the door would remain open [13]. Norris was last seen fleetingly in December where he revealed to Rita that he and Freda were looking for somewhere local to live. This was setup for further appearances in 2020.

The family of Gemma Winter was also introduced. Paul Foreman, David Platt's old cellmate, re-appeared and was revealed to be Gemma's twin brother. Paul was the focal point of a storyline about historic child sex abuse which helped win actor Peter Ash the National Television Award for Best Newcomer in 2020. Their rough diamond mother Bernie Winter was also introduced as Gemma and Chesney Brown prepared to welcome quadruplets. Bernie was played by Jane Hazlegrove, who had previously played Sue Clayton in 1985 - the first Coronation Street actor to be a main cast member in two different roles. In October, Gemma went into labour in a cable car in Llandudno and gave birth to Aled, Bryn, Carys, Llio. Rather than the usual practice whereby each baby was played by one set of twins, twins Charlotte and James Holt and triplets Arthur, Lily and Lucy Taylor initially shared the parts of all four quads, with scenes featuring all of them together kept to a minimum for ease of filming.

Two characters solved a mystery that led them to family they never knew they had. In January, Sylvia Goodwin was killed off, six years after Stephanie Cole last played the role. An inscription on Sylvia's ring led Roy Cropper to his half-brother Richard Lucas, who suffered from pulmonary fibrosis. After Richard's death, Roy's goth niece Nina Lucas came to live with him, with Mollie Gallagher joining the main cast.

In August, Emma Brooker was revealed to be the daughter of erstwhile Coronation Street regular Fiona Middleton. Angela Griffin reprised the role she last played in 1998 firstly in a video message and then a video chat with Emma, both recorded at MediaCity studios. The connection between the characters was made so that Steve McDonald, Fiona's ex-boyfriend, could be unveiled as Emma's real father, giving the popular newcomer ties to one of the programme's main families.

Turmoil for the Platts and Barlows

Lewis Archer died mysteriously on New Year's Day. The conman played by Nigel Havers had appeared intermittently since 2009 and returned for a final six months in 2018. In death, Lewis was blamed for stealing £80,000 from Audrey Roberts, a crime actually committed by Nick Tilsley. Nick and David then used the money to set up Trim Up North, a new barber shop in Victoria Street. In a Platt-centric Britain's Got Talent week, the family holidayed at a spa lodge where comedic shenanigans involving Gail Rodwell stalking TV presenter Lorraine Kelly (guest starring as herself) gave way to more dramatic scenes where David confessed everything to his gran.

In July, a remorseful David went to prison for his role in the fraud, while Nick received a suspended sentence. Upon his release, David married his partner Shona. Josh Tucker made a brief return while David was in prison, with David passing up the opportunity to kill his rapist during a prison riot in order to see him answer for his crime. As financial pressures had forced Audrey to sell her share of the salon to Claudia Colby (with Maria Connor owning the rest), David made amends by giving his gran the barber shop. Helen Worth took a summer break in the midst of the drama, with Gail booking a one-way ticket to Thailand in order to get away from her family. Her break was not announced in advance, leading to speculation that the actress had quit the programme [14].

Jimmi Harkishin was also given a two-month break in the middle of the year as a reward for completing two decades as Dev Alahan [15]. The Alahans spent the time in India with an ailing Ravi Desai. Meanwhile, the little-seen Alahan twins started appearing more with the beginning of Asha's body image struggles. At the end of the year, Zennon Ditchett quit the role of Aadi in order to concentrate on his school work. He made his final appearance in October [16].

Two other key storylines revolved around the Barlows. In January, Amy Barlow was revealed to be pregnant at fourteen after losing her virginity to Tyler Jefferies. After a few weeks, Amy decided that she wasn't ready to be a mother and aborted the child. In the same month, Daniel and Sinead Osbourne's son Bertie was born. Due to his premature birth, Bertie was portrayed by a prosthetic baby until March when Ellis Blain and Elias and Rufus Morgan-Smith took over the part.

Sinead Osbourne's cervical cancer received critical acclaim

Sinead's cervical cancer storyline reached an apparent conclusion in July when the cancer went into remission. Two months later, on their wedding day a lump was found on Sinead's neck which signalled the cancer's return. The episode in which Sinead was notified that her condition was terminal contained a ten-minute two-hander between Sinead and Daniel. Sinead's death was not anticipated when the storyline began in 2018 however it triggered Katie McGlynn's resignation from the programme, as the actress felt that her character dying would be more true to life [17]. The character passed away in October after recording videos for Bertie to watch as he grew up; these videos would be seen multiple times over the coming months.

Also in October, Sophie Webster went to travel around Asia for a few months as Brooke Vincent embarked on maternity leave, while in August Fiz and Hope Stape returned to Weatherfield after Jennie McAlpine had her baby. Characters leaving the street included Jude, Angie and George Appleton in January, while Nicola Thorp and Sue Devaney made short-term returns as Nicola Rubinstein and Debbie Webster respectively. Having last played her role in 1985, Devaney became the actress with the longest gap between appearances in the same part, taking the record from Sally Ann Matthews.

Viewing figures

Ratings chart for the year

While ratings were down, in accordance with general TV trends, Coronation Street maintained a strong chart performance with none of the 281 episodes dropping outside the top 20 and 14 episodes reaching number one, the most since 2010. The highest-rated episode of the year was 9678 on 28th January, with an audience of 8.23m viewers. The episode dealt mostly with Amy Barlow's pregnancy. This was the lowest peak of any year to date.

A drop of 810k viewers on 2018 resulted in an average of 6.79 million viewers for the year, losing nearly all of the gains made in 2016 and 2017. This was the second-lowest average ever after 2015 (and it is notable that the latter year's figures did not include ITV+1 and ITV HD).

The drops were consistent throughout the year, reaching their greatest magnitude in March which lost 1.2m viewers from the same month in 2018 despite the high-profile Underworld roof collapse airing that month.

Episodes

# Ep.
No.
Date Part Writer Director Viewing
Figures
Chart
Position
1 9654 Tuesday 1st January Simon Crowther Tony Prescott 7,169,059 13
2 9656 Wednesday 2nd January 1 Joe Turner Tony Prescott 8,133,968 5
3 9657 Wednesday 2nd January 2 Joe Turner Tony Prescott 7,254,163 12
4 9658 Friday 4th January 1 Steven Fay Alan Grint 7,749,392 7
5 9659 Friday 4th January 2 Cameron McAllister Alan Grint 7,747,194 8
6 9660 Monday 7th January 1 Jan McVerry Alan Grint 7,821,802 7
7 9661 Monday 7th January 2 Carmel Morgan Alan Grint 7,420,738 14
8 9662 Wednesday 9th January 1 Jonathan Harvey Brett Fallis 7,737,987 9
9 9663 Wednesday 9th January 2 Jonathan Harvey Brett Fallis 7,562,275 12
10 9664 Friday 11th January 1 Ian Kershaw Brett Fallis 7,750,093 8
11 9665 Friday 11th January 2 Cameron McAllister Brett Fallis 7,603,019 11
12 9666 Monday 14th January 1 David Isaac Sean Healy 7,804,262 5
13 9667 Monday 14th January 2 David Isaac Sean Healy 7,767,454 7
14 9668 Wednesday 16th January 1 Alasdair Morrison Sean Healy 7,979,793 2
15 9669 Wednesday 16th January 2 Jan McVerry Sean Healy 7,548,621 12
16 9670 Friday 18th January 1 Sam Holdsworth Nic Phillips 7,721,117 8
17 9671 Friday 18th January 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Nic Phillips 7,573,574 11
18 9672 Monday 21st January 1 Susan Oudot Nic Phillips 7,877,491 5
19 9673 Monday 21st January 2 Susan Oudot Nic Phillips 7,819,167 6
20 9674 Wednesday 23rd January 1 Joe Turner Matt Hilton 7,694,558 7
21 9675 Wednesday 23rd January 2 Joe Turner Matt Hilton 7,377,400 10
22 9676 Friday 25th January 1 Steven Fay Matt Hilton 7,486,326 9
23 9677 Friday 25th January 2 Jayne Hollinson Matt Hilton 7,032,794 11
24 9678 Monday 28th January 1 Chris Fewtrell Karl Neilson 8,231,439 2
25 9679 Monday 28th January 2 Chris Fewtrell Karl Neilson 8,045,090 3
26 9680 Wednesday 30th January 1 Martin Allen Karl Neilson 7,836,321 6
27 9681 Wednesday 30th January 2 Simon Crowther Karl Neilson 7,335,062 10
28 9682 Friday 1st February 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Simon Ferguson 7,423,806 9
29 9683 Friday 1st February 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Simon Ferguson 6,851,300 14
30 9684 Monday 4th February 1 Ella Greenhill Simon Ferguson 7,797,309 4
31 9685 Monday 4th February 2 Mark Burt Simon Ferguson 7,498,651 7
32 9686 Wednesday 6th February 1 Cameron McAllister Tim Royle 7,594,826 6
33 9687 Wednesday 6th February 2 Ella Greenhill Tim Royle 7,143,312 10
34 9688 Friday 8th February 1 Sam Holdsworth Tim Royle 7,764,238 5
35 9689 Friday 8th February 2 Sam Holdsworth Tim Royle 7,392,049 9
36 9690 Monday 11th February 1 Susan Oudot Abe Juckes 7,635,316 3
37 9691 Monday 11th February 2 Susan Oudot Abe Juckes 7,484,334 4
38 9692 Wednesday 13th February 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Abe Juckes 7,321,039 6
39 9693 Wednesday 13th February 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Abe Juckes 6,423,902 12
40 9694 Friday 15th February 1 Mark Wadlow David Moor 7,272,878 7
41 9695 Friday 15th February 2 Jonathan Harvey David Moor 6,939,322 8
42 9696 Monday 18th February 1 David Isaac David Moor 7,302,659 4
43 9697 Monday 18th February 2 David Isaac David Moor 6,893,995 6
44 9698 Wednesday 20th February John Kerr Audrey Cooke 7,323,131 3
45 9699 Friday 22nd February Julie Jones
Carmel Morgan
Audrey Cooke 7,022,793 5
46 9701 Monday 25th February 1 Ian Kershaw Audrey Cooke 7,309,363 3
47 9702 Monday 25th February 2 Steven Fay Audrey Cooke 7,000,378 6
48 9703 Wednesday 27th February 1 Mark Burt Nickie Lister 7,292,901 4
49 9704 Wednesday 27th February 2 Mark Burt Nickie Lister 6,233,807 12
50 9705 Friday 1st March Chris Fewtrell Nickie Lister 7,164,117 5
51 9707 Monday 4th March 1 Ellen Taylor Neil Alderton 7,581,150 1
52 9708 Monday 4th March 2 Ellen Taylor Neil Alderton 7,349,906 3
53 9709 Wednesday 6th March 1 Simon Crowther Becky Wild 7,375,471 2
54 9710 Wednesday 6th March 2 Simon Crowther Becky Wild 6,511,854 9
55 9711 Thursday 7th March Martin Allen Neil Alderton 6,837,172 5
56 9712 Friday 8th March 1 Cameron McAllister Suri Krishnamma 6,959,893 4
57 9713 Friday 8th March 2 Alasdair Morrison Suri Krishnamma 6,580,416 7
58 9714 Monday 11th March 1 Mark Wadlow Suri Krishnamma 7,472,728 2
59 9715 Monday 11th March 2 Susan Oudot Suri Krishnamma 6,980,106 6
60 9716 Wednesday 13th March 1 Jonathan Harvey David Kester 7,150,086 4
61 9717 Wednesday 13th March 2 Jan McVerry David Kester 5,891,564 15
62 9718 Friday 15th March John Kerr
David Isaac
David Kester 6,658,238 9
63 9720 Monday 18th March 1 Joe Turner Brett Fallis 7,728,591 2
64 9721 Monday 18th March 2 Joe Turner Brett Fallis 7,511,638 3
65 9722 Wednesday 20th March 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Brett Fallis 7,752,452 1
66 9723 Wednesday 20th March 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Brett Fallis 7,304,617 5
67 9724 Sunday 24th March Julie Jones Alan Grint 7,101,247 6
68 9726 Wednesday 27th March 1 Ella Greenhill Alan Grint 7,431,315 2
69 9727 Wednesday 27th March 2 Sam Holdsworth Alan Grint 6,732,149 5
70 9728 Friday 29th March Ian Kershaw
Jayne Hollinson
Tony Prescott 6,987,246 4
71 9730 Sunday 31st March Martin Allen
Steven Fay
Tony Prescott 6,176,655 6
72 9732 Monday 1st April 1 Ellen Taylor Matt Hilton 7,391,312 3
73 9733 Monday 1st April 2 Debbie Oates Matt Hilton 7,202,331 5
74 9734 Wednesday 3rd April 1 Carmel Morgan Matt Hilton 7,178,869 6
75 9735 Wednesday 3rd April 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Matt Hilton 6,485,829 8
76 9736 Friday 5th April Chris Fewtrell Matt Hilton 7,025,519 7
77 9738 Monday 8th April 1 Susan Oudot David Moor 7,277,646 3
78 9739 Monday 8th April 2 Susan Oudot David Moor 6,689,789 7
79 9740 Wednesday 10th April 1 Ian Kershaw David Moor 6,832,383 4
80 9741 Wednesday 10th April 2 Sam Holdsworth David Moor 6,242,455 10
81 9742 Friday 12th April Jan McVerry Diana Patrick 6,726,577 6
82 9744 Monday 15th April 1 Alasdair Morrison Diana Patrick 7,252,355 3
83 9745 Monday 15th April 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Diana Patrick 6,976,388 4
84 9746 Wednesday 17th April 1 Cameron McAllister Gill Wilkinson 6,894,793 5
85 9747 Wednesday 17th April 2 Simon Crowther Gill Wilkinson 6,335,981 8
86 9748 Friday 19th April Chris Fewtrell Gill Wilkinson 6,355,879 7
87 9750 Monday 22nd April 1 David Isaac Steve Finn 6,541,894 9
88 9751 Monday 22nd April 2 David Isaac Steve Finn 6,575,610 7
89 9752 Wednesday 24th April 1 Mark Wadlow Steve Finn 6,727,993 5
90 9753 Wednesday 24th April 2 Ella Greenhill Steve Finn 6,281,445 12
91 9754 Friday 26th April 1 Julie Jones Tim Royle 6,759,358 4
92 9755 Friday 26th April 2 Carmel Morgan Tim Royle 6,656,871 6
93 9756 Monday 29th April 1 Jonathan Harvey Tim Royle 7,024,657 4
94 9757 Monday 29th April 2 John Kerr Tim Royle 6,906,378 5
95 9758 Wednesday 1st May 1 Mark Burt Neil Alderton 7,202,473 3
96 9759 Wednesday 1st May 2 Jayne Hollinson Neil Alderton 6,316,658 10
97 9760 Friday 3rd May 1 Joe Turner Neil Alderton 6,829,282 6
98 9761 Friday 3rd May 2 Joe Turner Neil Alderton 6,663,014 7
99 9762 Monday 6th May 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Neil Alderton 6,612,007 6
100 9763 Monday 6th May 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Neil Alderton 6,597,989 7
101 9764 Wednesday 8th May 1 Debbie Oates Abe Jukes 6,984,348 2
102 9765 Wednesday 8th May 2 Debbie Oates Abe Jukes 6,220,791 13
103 9766 Friday 10th May 1 Ellen Taylor Abe Jukes 6,764,864 4
104 9767 Friday 10th May 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Abe Jukes 6,812,329 3
105 9768 Monday 13th May 1 Sam Holdsworth Lee Trevor 6,831,468 3
106 9769 Monday 13th May 2 David Isaac Lee Trevor 6,517,727 7
107 9770 Wednesday 15th May 1 Alasdair Morrison Ian Bevitt 6,583,889 6
108 9771 Wednesday 15th May 2 John Kerr Ian Bevitt 6,299,254 10
109 9772 Friday 17th May 1 Joe Turner Suri Krishnamma 6,677,927 5
110 9773 Friday 17th May 2 Cameron McAllister Suri Krishnamma 6,395,943 8
111 9774 Monday 20th May 1 Susan Oudot Suri Krishnamma 6,899,070 2
112 9775 Monday 20th May 2 Jonathan Harvey Suri Krishnamma 6,715,864 4
113 9776 Wednesday 22nd May 1 Mark Wadlow Brett Fallis 6,757,501 3
114 9777 Wednesday 22nd May 2 Steven Fay Brett Fallis 6,361,173 7
115 9778 Friday 24th May 1 Julie Jones Brett Fallis 6,631,253 5
116 9779 Friday 24th May 2 Ian Kershaw Brett Fallis 6,402,483 6
117 9780 Monday 27th May Damon Alexis-Rochefort David Kester 7,374,852 5
118 9781 Tuesday 28th May Chris Fewtrell David Kester 7,206,169 7
119 9782 Wednesday 29th May Chris Fewtrell David Kester 7,192,840 8
120 9783 Thursday 30th May Jan McVerry David Kester 7,132,981 9
121 9784 Friday 31st May Carmel Morgan David Kester 6,750,042 11
122 9785 Monday 3rd June 1 Martin Allen Tim Finn 6,809,026 3
123 9786 Monday 3rd June 2 Jayne Hollinson Tim Finn 6,726,191 4
124 9787 Wednesday 5th June 1 Simon Crowther Tim Finn 6,531,157 6
125 9788 Wednesday 5th June 2 Ella Greenhill Tim Finn 6,596,160 5
126 9789 Friday 7th June Martin Allen
Julie Jones
Gill Wilkinson 7,118,329 1
127 9791 Monday 10th June 1 Mark Wadlow Kevin Boyle 7,279,097 2
128 9792 Monday 10th June 2 David Isaac Gill Wilkinson 7,046,214 3
129 9793 Wednesday 12th June 1 Steven Fay Sasha Ransome 7,360,944 1
130 9794 Wednesday 12th June 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Sasha Ransome 6,559,023 5
131 9795 Friday 14th June Susan Oudot
Jayne Hollinson
Sasha Ransome 6,646,616 4
132 9797 Monday 17th June 1 Debbie Oates Clive Arnold 7,289,376 1
133 9798 Monday 17th June 2 Debbie Oates Clive Arnold 6,908,546 3
134 9799 Wednesday 19th June 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Clive Arnold 7,082,204 2
135 9800 Wednesday 19th June 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Clive Arnold 6,500,012 5
136 9801 Friday 21st June Alasdair Morrison
Jan McVerry
Adrian Bean 6,567,496 4
137 9803 Monday 24th June 1 Cameron McAllister Adrian Bean 7,117,215 1
138 9804 Monday 24th June 2 Ellen Taylor Adrian Bean 6,811,391 2
139 9805 Wednesday 26th June 1 John Kerr Tim Royle 6,429,861 3
140 9806 Wednesday 26th June 2 Mark Burt Tim Royle 6,021,937 8
141 9807 Friday 28th June Ian Kershaw
Simon Crowther
Tim Royle 6,127,525 7
142 9809 Monday 1st July 1 Ella Greenhill Penelope Shales-Slyne 6,552,743 2
143 9810 Monday 1st July 2 Chris Fewtrell Penelope Shales-Slyne 6,472,797 3
144 9811 Wednesday 3rd July 1 Sam Holdsworth Penelope Shales-Slyne 6,357,176 4
145 9812 Wednesday 3rd July 2 Carmel Morgan Penelope Shales-Slyne 5,748,304 13
146 9813 Friday 5th July Jonathan Harvey
Alasdair Morrison
Lee Trevor 6,246,696 5
147 9815 Monday 8th July 1 Joe Turner Becky Wild 6,587,309 2
148 9816 Monday 8th July 2 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Becky Wild 6,457,942 3
149 9817 Wednesday 10th July 1 David Isaac Suri Krishnamma 6,599,346 1
150 9818 Wednesday 10th July 2 David Isaac Suri Krishnamma 6,184,365 4
151 9819 Friday 12th July Susan Oudot
Ian Kershaw
Suri Krishnamma 6,183,007 5
152 9821 Monday 15th July 1 Ella Greenhill Ian Bevitt 6,353,686 4
153 9822 Monday 15th July 2 Mark Burt Ian Bevitt 6,377,452 3
154 9823 Wednesday 17th July 1 Ellen Taylor Ian Bevitt 6,754,656 1
155 9824 Wednesday 17th July 2 Ellen Taylor Ian Bevitt 6,252,716 5
156 9825 Friday 19th July Cameron McAllister
Steven Fay
Tim Finn 6,570,409 2
157 9827 Monday 22nd July 1 Jayne Hollinson Tim Finn 6,591,688 1
158 9828 Monday 22nd July 2 Martin Allen Tim Finn 6,456,099 2
159 9829 Wednesday 24th July 1 Julie Jones Abe Juckes 6,243,726 5
160 9830 Wednesday 24th July 1 Owen Lloyd-Fox Abe Juckes 5,867,887 9
161 9831 Friday 26th July 1 Simon Crowther Abe Juckes 6,347,521 4
162 9832 Friday 26th July 2 John Kerr Abe Juckes 6,455,537 3
163 9833 Monday 29th July 1 Chris Fewtrell Steve Finn 6,522,135 2
164 9834 Monday 29th July 2 Chris Fewtrell Steve Finn 6,370,221 3
165 9835 Wednesday 31st July 1 Mark Wadlow Steve Finn 6,634,924 1
166 9836 Wednesday 31st July 2 Jan McVerry Steve Finn 6,123,460 6
167 9837 Friday 2nd August 1 Jan McVerry Clive Arnold 6,039,493 9
168 9838 Friday 2nd August 2 Mark Wadlow Clive Arnold 6,138,093 5
169 9839 Monday 5th August 1 Cameron McAllister Clive Arnold 6,773,488 1
170 9840 Monday 5th August 2 John Kerr Clive Arnold 6,397,952 3
171 9841 Wednesday 7th August 1 Joe Turner Vicky Thomas 6,177,021 5
172 9842 Wednesday 7th August 2 Joe Turner Vicky Thomas 5,932,071 9
173 9843 Friday 9th August 1 Simon Crowther Vicky Thomas 6,493,724 2
174 9844 Friday 9th August 2 Simon Crowther Vicky Thomas 6,381,208 4
175 9845 Monday 12th August 1 Susan Oudot Gill Wilkinson 6,478,561 2
176 9846 Monday 12th August 2 Chris Fewtrell Gill Wilkinson 6,295,993 4
177 9847 Wednesday 14th August 1 Ellen Taylor GIll Wilkinson 6,586,753 1
178 9848 Wednesday 14th August 2 David Isaac Emma Lindley 5,924,234 8
179 9849 Friday 16th August 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Duncan Foster 6,328,954 3
180 9850 Friday 16th August 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Duncan Foster 5,965,979 7
181 9851 Monday 19th August 1 Jonathan Harvey Duncan Foster 6,665,501 1
182 9852 Monday 19th August 2 Carmel Morgan Duncan Foster 6,458,821 2
183 9853 Wednesday 21st August 1 Debbie Oates Durno Johnston 6,421,252 3
184 9854 Wednesday 21st August 2 Debbie Oates Durno Johnston 5,963,820 7
185 9855 Friday 23rd August 1 Julie Jones Durno Johnston 6,155,974 5
186 9856 Friday 23rd August 2 Steven Fay Durno Johnston 6,091,132 6
187 9857 Monday 26th August Alasdair Morrison
Sam Holdsworth
Peter Rose 6,177,305 5
188 9859 Wednesday 28th August 1 Mark Burt Peter Rose 6,615,183 3
189 9860 Wednesday 28th August 2 Martin Allen Peter Rose 6,030,139 7
190 9861 Friday 30th August 1 Mark Wadlow Ian Bevitt 6,179,022 4
191 9862 Friday 30th August 2 Cameron McAllister Ian Bevitt 6,085,042 6
192 9863 Monday 2nd September 1 Ian Kershaw Ian Bevitt 6,773,468 4
193 9864 Monday 2nd September 2 Alasdair Morrison Ian Bevitt 6,531,513 6
194 9865 Wednesday 4th September 1 Susan Oudot Sarah Kendell 6,555,404 5
195 9866 Wednesday 4th September 2 Susan Oudot Sarah Kendell 5,848,069 13
196 9867 Friday 6th September 1 Simon Crowther Sarah Kendell 6,221,030 8
197 9868 Friday 6th September 2 Simon Crowther Sarah Kendell 6,150,601 9
198 9869 Monday 9th September 1 David Isaac Mickey Jones 6,678,238 3
199 9870 Monday 9th September 2 Ellen Taylor Mickey Jones 6,232,302 6
200 9871 Wednesday 11th September 1 Carmel Morgan Mickey Jones 6,707,172 2
201 9872 Wednesday 11th September 2 Jan McVerry Mickey Jones 6,343,745 4
202 9873 Friday 13th September Sam Holdsworth Mickey Jones 6,212,370 7
203 9875 Monday 16th September 1 Steven Fay John Anderson 6,849,766 3
204 9876 Monday 16th September 2 Mark Burt John Anderson 6,416,936 6
205 9877 Wednesday 18th September 1 Julie Jones John Anderson 6,552,673 4
206 9878 Wednesday 18th September 2 Julie Jones John Anderson 5,890,081 10
207 9879 Friday 20th September Damon Alexis-Rochefort Abe Juckes 6,357,123 7
208 9881 Monday 23rd September 1 John Kerr Abe Juckes 6,854,893 4
209 9882 Monday 23rd September 2 Jayne Hollinson Abe Juckes 6,562,019 7
210 9883 Wednesday 25th September 1 Joe Turner Steve Finn 6,358,277 9
211 9884 Wednesday 25th September 2 Chris Fewtrell Steve Finn 5,951,291 13
212 9885 Friday 27th September Owen Lloyd-Fox
Jonathan Harvey
Steve Finn 6,504,276 8
213 9887 Monday 30th September 1 Sam Holdsworth Becky Wild 6,504,040 6
214 9888 Monday 30th September 2 Susan Oudot Becky Wild 6,159,925 12
215 9889 Wednesday 2nd October 1 John Kerr Becky Wild 6,352,349 9
216 9890 Wednesday 2nd October 2 John Kerr Becky Wild 6,020,660 14
217 9891 Friday 4th October Mark Burt
Ian Kershaw
Vicky Thomas 6,474,777 7
218 9893 Monday 7th October 1 Cameron McAllister Vicky Thomas 7,214,504 5
219 9894 Monday 7th October 2 Alasdair Morrison Vicky Thomas 6,758,342 7
220 9895 Wednesday 9th October 1 Jan McVerry Duncan Foster 6,816,564 6
221 9896 Wednesday 9th October 2 Julie Jones Duncan Foster 6,266,784 13
222 9897 Wednesday 16th October 1 David Isaac Duncan Foster 6,891,468 4
223 9898 Wednesday 16th October 2 Simon Crowther Duncan Foster 6,294,916 9
224 9899 Friday 18th October Martin Allen
Mark Wadlow
Tim O'Mara 6,640,771 7
225 9901 Monday 21st October 1 Joe Turner Tim O'Mara 7,072,592 7
226 9902 Monday 21st October 2 Owen Lloyd-Fox Tim O'Mara 6,755,269 10
227 9903 Wednesday 23rd October 1 Jayne Hollinson Michael Lacey 7,026,784 8
228 9904 Wednesday 23rd October 2 Debbie Oates Michael Lacey 6,488,690 14
229 9905 Thursday 24th October Jonathan Harvey Michael Lacey 6,240,000 17
230 9906 Friday 25th October Ellen Taylor Michael Lacey 7,134,706 6
231 9908 Monday 28th October 1 Carmel Morgan Peter Rose 7,344,108 7
232 9909 Monday 28th October 2 Steven Fay Peter Rose 6,830,099 10
233 9910 Wednesday 30th October 1 Damon Alexis-Rochefort Peter Rose 7,193,735 8
234 9911 Wednesday 30th October 2 Chris Fewtrell Peter Rose 6,611,347 12
235 9912 Thursday 31st October Owen Lloyd-Fox Durno Johnston 6,473,909 15
236 9913 Friday 1st November David Isaac Durno Johnston 6,726,140 11
237 9915 Monday 4th November 1 Simon Crowther Durno Johnston 7,059,663 6
238 9916 Monday 4th November 2 Simon Crowther Durno Johnston 6,705,342 8
239 9917 Wednesday 6th November 1 Sam Holdsworth Alan Grint 6,880,929 7
240 9918 Wednesday 6th November 2 Sam Holdsworth Alan Grint 6,446,723 11
241 9919 Thursday 7th November Damon Alexis-Rochefort Alan Grint 6,049,000 16
242 9920 Friday 8th November Chris Fewtrell Alan Grint
Alex Browning
6,504,644 9
243 9922 Monday 11th November 1 Alasdair Morrison Judith Dine 7,051,148 6
244 9923 Monday 11th November 2 Alasdair Morrison Judith Dine 6,813,501 11
245 9924 Wednesday 13th November 1 Susan Oudot Judith Dine 6,911,388 8
246 9925 Wednesday 13th November 2 Susan Oudot Judith Dine 6,229,843 15
247 9926 Friday 15th November Julie Jones
Steven Fay
Steve Finn 6,358,019 12
248 9928 Monday 18th November 1 Joe Turner Steve Finn 7,041,954 13
249 9929 Monday 18th November 2 Joe Turner Steve Finn 6,698,000 16
250 9930 Wednesday 20th November 1 John Kerr John Anderson 6,898,330 14
251 9931 Wednesday 20th November 2 Carmel Morgan John Anderson 6,369,000 18
252 9932 Friday 22nd November 1 Cameron McAllister John Anderson 6,556,000 17
253 9933 Friday 22nd November 2 Ian Kershaw John Anderson 6,193,000 19
254 9934 Monday 25th November 1 Jonathan Harvey George C. Siougas 6,881,134 14
255 9935 Monday 25th November 2 Jonathan Harvey George C. Siougas 6,890,836 13
256 9936 Wednesday 27th November 1 Martin Allen George C. Siougas 7,046,381 12
257 9937 Wednesday 27th November 2 Mark Wadlow George C. Siougas 5,906,000 22
258 9938 Friday 29th November Damon Alexis-Rochefort Ian Barber 6,736,010 15
259 9940 Monday 2nd December 1 Ian Kershaw Ian Barber 7,006,432 13
260 9941 Monday 2nd December 2 John Kerr Ian Barber 6,979,866 14
261 9942 Wednesday 4th December 1 Ellen Taylor Duncan Foster 7,083,209 12
262 9943 Wednesday 4th December 2 David Isaac Duncan Foster 6,618,000 16
263 9944 Friday 6th December 1 Alasdair Morrison Duncan Foster 6,813,554 15
264 9945 Friday 6th December 2 Jayne Hollinson Duncan Foster 6,336,000 17
265 9946 Monday 9th December Simon Crowther Sean Healy 6,872,198 5
266 9948 Wednesday 11th December Chris Fewtrell Sean Healy 6,926,964 4
267 9950 Friday 13th December Susan Oudot Tim O'Mara 6,557,796 7
268 9952 Monday 16th December 1 Cameron McAllister Tim O'Mara 7,135,774 2
269 9953 Monday 16th December 2 Julie Jones Tim O'Mara 7,119,234 3
270 9954 Wednesday 18th December 1 Martin Allen Nickie Lister 6,850,329 5
271 9955 Wednesday 18th December 2 Mark Burt Nickie Lister 6,273,672 8
272 9956 Friday 20th December Jan McVerry
Steven Fay
Nickie Lister 6,669,286 6
273 9958 Monday 23rd December 1 Mark Wadlow Peter Rose 7,008,681 7
274 9959 Monday 23rd December 2 Joe Turner Peter Rose 6,351,306 15
275 9960 Tuesday 24th December Jonathan Harvey Peter Rose 5,988,000 17
276 9961 Wednesday 25th December Debbie Oates Peter Rose 6,879,951 8
277 9963 Thursday 26th December Alasdair Morrison Judith Dine 6,768,219 10
278 9964 Friday 27th December Sam Holdsworth Judith Dine 7,383,620 4
279 9965 Monday 30th December 1 John Kerr Judith Dine 7,061,554 4
280 9966 Monday 30th December 2 Martin Allen Judith Dine 7,059,541 5
281 9967 Tuesday 31st December Cameron McAllister Michael Lacey 6,537,852 11

Storylines

To be added

Who lives where

Coronation Street

Rosamund Street

Victoria Street

Victoria Court

Redbank Apartments

  • Unknown address - Claudia Colby (until August). Paula Martin (from October).

Others

Awards and nominations

Writers’ Guild Awards

National Television Awards

Royal Television Society Awards

  • Best soap - Coronation Street (Nominee)

British Soap Awards

Coronation Street in the 2010s
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