Coronation Street spoilers: Johnny Connor struggles to cope in prison

Coronation Street spoilers: Johnny Connor struggles to cope in prison

Johnny Connor continues you hallucinate…

In tonight's second episode of Coronation Street (ITV, 8.30pm - see our TV Guide for listings) Jenny’s worried sick, aware that Joe’s overdose will bring back dark thoughts of Aidan.

In the prison, troubled Johnny Connor imagines he can see a bloke in a suit. Jenny’s upset to overhear Daisy slagging off Johnny. But when Daisy apologises, she’s forgiving and assures her she likes having her to stay. Daisy’s relieved to have won her round.

In the bistro, Debbie reminds Abi that she saved her life and did what she had to do to protect herself. Debbie reveals to Ray’s accountant, Miles, how she’s no intention of allowing Ray a new life in Turkey and instead, he’s going to prison.

Debbie has plans for Ray...

Debbie tells Miles her plans for Ray...

As a guilty Shona tries to explain her actions, David and Tracy start a frenzied bidding war. When the bidding reaches £138k, Steve forbids Tracy from going any further and she angrily slams the lid closed on her laptop.

Tracy and David are equally shocked to discover that the final bid of £138k was placed by an unknown party. Spotting a light on in No.8, David and Shona knock on the door, desperate to find out who the mystery bidder was… but whoo bought the house?

Leanne admits how much she’s struggling and thanks Simon for his amazing support. Masking his own anxiety, he assures her they’ll be fine.

Ellen Markwardt
Listings Editor at TV Times

I've always had a passion for TV and movies, and got my dream job as TV Times Listings Editor over a decade ago. previously I was interviewing celebrities on a freelance basis for What's On TV, TV Easy and TV & Satellite Week magazines. There's nothing better than going behind-the-scenes of TV shows to bring our readers on set secrets and gossip! As well as my main role at TV Times, I also write Coronation Street spoilers for and write daily On Demand reviews.