Coronation Street spoilers – Christmas story teasers – .

Coronation Street spoilers – Christmas story teasers – .

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Coronation Street producer Iain MacLeod has promised one of the “dumbest fights” in television history, while revealing more festive spoilers.

Viewers can look forward to romantic drama for Fiz and Tyrone on Christmas Day, a long-awaited breakthrough for Sam Blakeman, and a frosty reunion for the Platts and Barlows during this month’s episodes.

But there’s even more drama and merriment to the cobblestones at Christmas, as MacLeod shared in a recent conversation with Digital spy and other media.

Producer Iain Macleod
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“It’s pretty happy, actually. There is a tradition on some soaps of getting really big and dark and a bit gothic on Christmas and we have dipped our toes in that water sometimes, but I think it’s fair to say this year maybe closer. to a traditional Coronation Street Christmas, ”said the producer.

“It’s very funny in places. It’s very silly and it’s really heartwarming and joyful. There’s a really strong community vibe this year, where we actually got to film it at a time when there was a window of opportunity to do stuff with actors who didn’t have to be two meters away. each other all the time.

“So there is more of that Coronation Street community on the cobblestone-type feeling that some of the previous Christmases had – certainly last Christmas. Last year we shot it amid the tightest restrictions so we couldn’t really do it. But this year is very happy and very community oriented, very family oriented. “

One of the lighter moments will apparently feature an erupting brawl at Weatherfield that viewers won’t soon forget.

“This is one of the silliest fights I have ever seen. Which implies the immortal line “sense my concern”. I’ll let you find out what that might refer to. But it’s a fantastically good TV hour, I have to say, ”he teased.

“I watched it when I wasn’t feeling very festive, because on television, everything is so early. I watched it in mid-November not very festive, and by the end I had a kind of chopped pie-shaped lump in my throat really! It was truly heartwarming and caused tears of joy rather than misery. It was just a glorious thing. So I really hope the audience likes it as much as I do. ”

Coronation Street broadcast Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:30 p.m. on ITV.

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