It has been revealed that a number of scenarios have changed in the middle of the pandemic coronavirus – some minor and others quite large.
Because of the lock of Covid-19 and new directives in place, the bosses of ITV have had to rewrite parts of some plots as this was not possible in the current times.
Change of location for the scripts, some of the scenes will not be much affected at all.
But it is a scenario that was due to the air during the annual week of episodes of 21 hours in may, which has been modified.
It had been teased that this was the week where the body of Rick, one of the victims of Gary, could be found in the woods.
Although the details surrounding the five episodes that have never been revealed, and Metro.co.uk revealed that the boss Iain MacLeod teased this week would be focused on the comeuppance of Gary – with this, the body could be found.
The soap had already confirmed that the wood would soon be revisited, so that it was not clear if Rick would be found and if the truth would come out.
All the filming television shows have been interrupted in march, and the entire production of Corrie has been suspended until the program returns to the beginning of the month of June.
The series was released as three episodes per week instead of six to stay on the air, so that the episodes would probably not have been disseminated in may anyway.
Not only that, but with the cessation of production, the major scenes have not been filmed at this point.
Iain has now confirmed to publications such as the Mirror Online, that a great story is the drop down for this week of may had been postponed to later in the year.
Although it has not been said in any scenario, Iain has already explained that the conspiracy to abuse of Yasmeen Nazir with Geoff Metcalfe had been extended, so it seemed likely that he was referring to this.
But since the soap was supposed to cover the comeuppance of Gary, or at least his past at this time also, is this story now occupies the front of the stage later in the year?
“We had a scenario particularly important due to the height of the week-finals of Britain’s Got Talent,” he said. “We normally do a great culmination of the dramatic history, and this proved to be impossible this time.
“So, rather than making a version half-cooked, because this would require a location, we have chosen to push the centre-piece of the pork, the drama of this week and do it later in the year at a time when we can do it in full screen, rather than a version compromised. ”
In the middle of the new, the fans are convinced that the interference of Adam Barlow and Imran Habeeb – as well as the arrival of the daughter of Rick Kelly and his ex-wife, Laura – can only mean one thing.
They think that by the time the character will be passed very soon, even if it is later in the year, while his crimes are revealed.
A fan said: “I think Gary is going to have a hard to prevent people from asking questions. Adam will discover that the mother of Kelly knows nothing to very fast. ”
Another tweeted: “The net gets closer to Gary! ”
A third added: “Yes, Adam, pulls down Gary. ”
Coronation Street broadcasts on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 19: 30 on ITV