Coronation Street Spoilers – Geoff Arson and Rooftop Showdown


Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street confirmed details of an arson storyline and rooftop showdown for Geoff Metcalfe in the show’s 60th anniversary episodes.

Fans can expect Geoff’s coercive control storyline with his wife Yasmeen to peak in the landmark editions of the ITV soap opera early next month.

As CorrieThe 60th anniversary week begins on Monday December 7, Yasmeen is still awaiting the outcome of his attempted murder trial.

With the case closed, the big question is whether overwhelming new evidence could see justice finally served, or whether Yasmeen will be sentenced to years behind bars.


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Once the lawyers have given their closing remarks, the jury withdraws and later returns with a verdict.

Later in the week, the fallout from the trial verdict sends shockwaves through the streets.

Geoff sets off another argument with Yasmeen’s granddaughter, Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) and attacks her at Speed ​​Daal.

geoff metcalfe and alya nazir in coronation street


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The scheming villain then takes it a step further by pouring a lighter fluid around number 6 and turning it on.

Alya follows Geoff to the house, where a dramatic rooftop confrontation ensues.

Will Geoff finally get his comeuppance, or will he take ultimate revenge on the Nazirs before leaving for his planned new start in Cyprus?

Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday December 7 and Wednesday December 9 at 7:30 p.m. on ITV.

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